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There are 5 messages in this issue of Spectropop.

Topics in this Digest Number 66:

      1. Boettcher reissues
           From: "Frank Carmack" 
      2. Re: looking for CD reissues Curt Boettcher Productions
           From: David Parkinson 
      3. Re: looking for CD reissues Curt Boettcher Productions
           From: christoffer 
      4. you don't love me (no, no, no)
           From: Brice 
      5. Phil Dating Nancy?
           From: Randy Wheeler 


Message: 1
   Date: Tue, 05 Dec 2000 20:08:55 +0900
   From: "Frank Carmack" 
Subject: Boettcher reissues

Froehliche Weihnachten !

In America,there is the re-issue of the Sagittarius
CD,PRESENT TENSE,available from most online music
services(or Sundazed' website)If I read properly,the
reissues of The Millennium,BEGIN,and The Ballroom's
unreleased CD on Rev-Ola are out-of-print.

Poptones(UK) has reissued The Millennium,AGAIN,Curt's
MISTY MIRAGE,Sandy Salisbury's SANDY,and Joey Stec's JOEY
STEC CDs.The GoldeBriars has,to my knowledge,never been
reissued on CD in the States,or UK,which makes the only
other option,expensive Japanese imports.I may be wrong on

I was tipped to Rev-Ola last year by the amazing Dawn
Eden,and was able to get The Ballroom,and the Millennium
reissue,as well as Eternity's Children(Curt and Keith
Olsen co-produced parts) before they closed shop.

Poptones has a cool web-site and takes credit over the

Hope this helps.Curt's music definitely deserves a wider

Freeman Carmack

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Message: 2
   Date: Wed, 06 Dec 2000 12:41:36 +0900
   From: David Parkinson 
Subject: Re: looking for CD reissues Curt Boettcher Productions

Hey there: 

I'm new to this list, and pretty new to the whole world
of West Coast pop. This stuff is taking over my mind in a
nasty way lately. I've been trying to get my mitts on as
many of Curt Boettcher's productions on CD as possible.
So far I've managed to find: 

Sagittarius/Present Tense (Sundazed reissue; easily
available, at least in the USA) Millennium/Begin
(Japanese import; I think I bought this through CDEurope,
whom I detest, but no one else seemed to have it at the
time) CB/Misty Mirage The Millennium/Again (these two I
ordered direct from Poptones in the UK, and received from
London -> Seattle in 4 days!! Unbelievably GREAT service;
they also have the Joey Stec and Sandy Salisbury CDs, so
I'm going to go back for those; G-d bless Alan McGee) The
Ballroom/Preparing For the Millennium (found what must be
one of the last new copies of the Rev-Ola reprint of
these, at a GREAT place online called
Association/And Then Along Comes... (bought this through
CDNow at a stupidly high price, but worth it) 

As far as I can tell, this just about taps out the
currently available CB on CD. Someone out there can
correct me if I'm wrong... maybe someone can let me know
who distributes the Second Millennium and The Millennium
Continues CDs; might as well be as completist as possible.

Most of these should be relatively easy to mail-order,
even to Germany. I tend to like CDNow (well-organized
site, decent prices, well-stocked), but they don't carry
the Poptones titles nor the Millennium. 

If anyone out there has the GoldeBriars, and would be
willing to burn a copy onto CD, please let me know. I
would love to hear this early chapter in the Boettcher
saga. Generally I'm strongly against stealing music, but
if someone were to reprint these on CD I would certainly
buy them. Does anyone know if there are rumours afoot of
these being reprinted? 


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Message: 3
   Date: Wed, 06 Dec 2000 12:44:18 +0900
   From: christoffer 
Subject: Re: looking for CD reissues Curt Boettcher Productions

Hi Boettcher also released a great solo-album 1973
called There's an Innocent Face which is available on CD
(Japan import).

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Message: 4
   Date: Tue, 05 Dec 2000 08:51:46 EST
   From: Brice 
Subject: you don't love me (no, no, no)

Hi all,

I'm in search of a cover of the song "you don't love me
(no, no, no)" originaly done by Dawn Penn (60's track)
that I heard month ago, without finding it.

The cover I search seems to be done in the mid 60's with
a very typical guitar "pop" riff and a up-tempo style,
and sung by a man. I know that these informations are
very weak but I badly need to find this track !!!

Anyway, if someone could give me a hint...


french guy from Paris, brand new to the list.

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Message: 5
   Date: Wed, 06 Dec 2000 12:40:21 +0900
   From: Randy Wheeler 
Subject: Phil Dating Nancy?

Just read this "item" in the Detroit Free Press, Monday,
Dec. 4, 2000: 

"Dating: Nancy Sinatra, Frank's 60-year-old daughter,
and legendary record producer Phil Spector, also 60.

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