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There are 4 messages in this issue of Spectropop.

Topics in this Digest Number 64:

      1. Hi.
           From: Dean Scapolo 
      2. Space Age Pop Music:
           From: Brad Bigelow 
      3. Hal Blaine
           From: john rausch 
           From: "Chris King" 


Message: 1
   Date: Sat, 25 Nov 2000 09:12:11 +1300
   From: Dean Scapolo 
Subject: Hi.

Hi everyone,

I am new to the list. I've been a sixties (well 1950-1970)
music fan since 1981, when I was all of 14 years old.
Starting with Jan and Dean and progressing from there to
the likes of the Beach Boys, Hollies, DC5 and most of the

I have a few questions maybe someone can help me with.
Has anyone ever seen Tar And Cement on CD? I have it on
some Australian CDs but this is a cut version.

Also, I am attempting to put together a book on the most
popular albums of all time and have been asking people
>from anywhere and everywhere for a list of their ten
favorite albums to be included in this book. My personal
top ten has only one sixties album in it: Pet Sounds.
Breakfast At Tiffany's soundtrack and Friends just missed.
Just send your list, if you're interested directly to me.



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Message: 2
   Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2000 20:03:45
   From: Brad Bigelow 
Subject: Space Age Pop Music:

The Space Age Pop Music page has moved to its own domain. 
You can now find the web's most comprehensive guide to
exotica, lounge, easy listening, now sounds, and other
space age pop music and musicians (over 250 biographies
and growing) at:


Brad Bigelow

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Message: 3
   Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000 22:20:08 -0500
   From: john rausch 
Subject: Hal Blaine

Hi group, here is a link to a Hal Blaine interview in the
recent ish of Manifesto magazine

The upcoming Dec. ish will feature an interview with Mr.

John Rausch
Phil Spector`s Wall Of Sound @

Presenting The Fabulous Ronettes featuring Ronnie Spector @

PS Thanks Gary S. for the info on Phil in the Rolling
Stone and Vanity Fair mags!

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Message: 4
   Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 06:14:13 -0000
   From: "Chris King" 

Fellow Spectropoppers:- Just to let you know that my
femme-tabulous club night DA DOO RON RON celebrates it's
third festive fandango on Saturday 9th December, 2000 at
The BANANA BAR, BRIGHTON (UK). Myself & fellow DJ Simon
Bridger will spin the trademark DDRR sounds celebrating
60's girl groups and sassy soul sisters, doubtless with
a fair sprinkling of tracks from the Spector Xmas LP!
Full details below. 
Kindest regards, 



BANANA BAR (aka Banana-on-the-Square), 05 , Regency Square,
Brighton, East Sussex, UK (Venue Tel:-01273-203090) 

DOORS 8pm til late, However, strictly NO ENTRY after

ADMISSION Three Pounds only 

DJ'S Chris D King and Si Bridger spin femme-centric
sides from the likes of The Ronettes, Chiffons, Darlene
Love, Dusty, Petula, Lesley Gore, Helen Shapiro, Lulu,
Shangri-La's, Crystals et al 

For more info plse mail me:  

or check out the DDRR web site:-

DA DOO RON RON web site

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