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Spectropop V#0036

  • From: The Spectropop Group
  • Date: 2/1/98

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           Volume #0036                               02/03/98
         Explanatory notes for the interested and informed Listener
    Subject:     Richard Carpenter
    Sent:        1/31/98 11:54 AM
    Received:    2/1/98 12:32 AM
    From:        JohnBarone,
    Don't know if there are any fans of the Carpenters
    here, but in case there are,there will be a live chat
    with Richard Carpenter at the Entertainment Asylum.
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    Subject:     Bacharach Collection Question
    Sent:        1/30/98 3:40 AM
    Received:    1/30/98 8:28 AM
    From:        James K Cribb, jkcrXXX@XXXXXXcom
    Excuse me if this has been discussed recently.  I'm
    behind on my digests this year.  BUt I noticed in the new
    ICE that Varese has a Bacharach songbook due out Feb 24th.
    Does anyone have a track list.
    Also any reactions to Big Deal's Bacharach tribute?  I
    can't say as mine is in mail on it's way to me now.
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    Subject:     Cryin'/Cryan' Shames
    Sent:        1/30/98 2:05 AM
    Received:    1/30/98 8:28 AM
    From:        Marc Miller, marXXX@XXXXXXom
    Big L, Jamie, re:
    BigL says:
    >>>I really enjoy "A Scratch In The Sky" by the Cryan'
    >>Now, is this Joe Meek? I love Cryin' Shames cover
    of The Drifters' Please Stay (Bacharach/Hillard).
    Must be a different band, right Lenny?<<
    There were 2 different bands.  The Cryan' Shames (Sugar & Spice) were 
    from the midwest, and Paul & Ritchie & The Cryin' Shames (Come On Back) 
    were a UK band.
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    Subject:     Here Come The Girls
    Sent:        2/2/98 2:05 AM
    Received:    2/2/98 2:07 AM
    Madani writes:
    > I've  been looking for "Here Come The Girls Volume 1," on 
    > Sequel Records from  the UK.  I believe its catalog number 
    > is SEQ NEX 111.2.  This is NOT the  volume that's 
    > subtitled "You can be wrong about boys," which is in fact  
    > volume 4 in the series but was issued here in the US and 
    > given the number  "volume 1" as some cruel way of messing 
    > with our heads.  No, the one I  want has no subtitle.  The 
    > one I want has "That's How It Goes" as the  very first 
    > song.  O please, I hope someone can help me.  (BTW, I'm  
    > looking for a cd copy of this disc)...
    Since it was the first volume, it has many of the best from Pye's vaults. 
    It was released in 1990, and I'm afraid it may very well be out of print. 
    The catalog number on my copy is NEX CD 111.
    Next time I go to the reckid store, I'll see if I can find it.
    All the best,
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