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Spectropop V#0024

  • From: The Spectropop Group
  • Date: 12/3/97

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           Volume #0024             --                 12/04/97
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    Subject:     Re: The Swinging Medallions
    Sent:        12/3/97 2:39 AM
    Received:    12/3/97 8:15 AM
    From:        Doc Rock, docroXXX@XXXXXXom
    To:          Spectropop  List, spectroXXX@XXXXXXies.com
    
    In Kansas City, there was an equally popular version of "Double Shot" on 
    Bang, by the K-Otics.
    
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    Subject:     19th Nervous Breakdown
    Sent:        12/4/97 9:12 AM
    Received:    12/4/97 12:06 AM
    From:        David R. Modny, dmoXXX@XXXXXXcom.com
    To:          Spectropop List, spectroXXX@XXXXXXies.com
    
    Brad Elliott wrote:
    >  
    > Wow!  "19th Nervous Breakdown" is one I've NEVER heard in 
    > stereo.  Most of the rare early Stone stuff in stereo 
    > ("Heart of Stone," "Play With Fire" and "Satisfaction") is 
    > from a mid-1980s German re-release of HOT ROCKS, but 
    > (unfortunately) "19th Nervous Breakdown" is one of few 
    > cuts there that ISN'T in stereo!  I would appreciate it as 
    > well if someone could provide an answer to Jeff's 
    > question.
    > 
    > Surf's up! Brad...
    
    Hi all,
    >   ..."19th Nervous Breakdown" was available in true stereo ( along with "The 
    Last Time" & "As Tears Go By" ) on a few bootleg CD's ( 2 for sure that I 
    know of ) in pretty mediocre quality. I know Dick Bartley used to play a 
    true stereo version of this song. It may have, thus ( ? ), been released 
    also on one of those Westwood One "rarities" discs, for radio stations 
    only. I seem to remember the Stones' dedicated Westwood One CD had some 
    tunes in true stereo ( which ones - I can't remember ! ).
                                             D-Mod
    
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    Subject:     stereo
    Sent:        12/3/97 2:08 AM
    Received:    12/3/97 8:15 AM
    From:        Paul Urbahns, purbaXXX@XXXXXXorg
    To:          Spectropop  List, spectroXXX@XXXXXXies.com
    
    Doc Rock wrote:
    RE  Stereo
    
    > In 1966, I was in the GEM Discount store in Kansas City.  GEM was Government 
    Employees Mart, a huge (for the time) discount store with a very large 
    (for the time) music department.  All LPs, as I recall.  A major record 
    outlet in KC  It was very much like a Super KMART today.
    > 
    > I was looking for some stereo LPs, and could not find them.  There was a lot 
    of stereo, but not for the artists I was looking for.  I asked the clerk. 
     "Oh, we never stock any stereo in rock and roll.  No one every buys any, 
    it's just a waste of shelf space.  Kids don't care about stereo I guess"
    > 
    > At GEM, mono LPs were 2.99, stereo 3.99.
    > 
    > Paul URbahns adds:
    > 
    > This is very true, I remember local record stores that stocked the mono rock 
    albums but very little stereo. If you wanted the stereo you could special 
    order it and pay the $1.00 extra. I understand it was that extra dollar 
    that hurt sales more than anything else.
    
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