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There are 8 messages in this issue of Spectropop.

Topics in this Digest Number 96:

      1. annette info please
           From: john rausch 
      2. Carol Kaye LIVE on LuxuriaMusic
           From: Jamie LePage 
      3. BACK TO MONO 2001
           From: "chris king" 
      4. Paul Williams, anyone?
           From: Steven Prazak 
      5. Spector Christmas LP
           From: Jimmy 
      6. Red Bird Records discography
           From: Spectropop Admin 
      7. Lesley and Jack
           From: "Joseph E. Vine Jr." 
      8. another site
           From: john rausch 


Message: 1
   Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 20:14:50 -0500
   From: john rausch 
Subject: annette info please

I`m looking for this cd collection for a friend, can
anyone on the list help or point me in the right
direction please? actual copy, tape or cdr???

Walt Disney Records: Annette: A Musical Reunion with
America's Girl Next Door

John Rausch

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Message: 2
   Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 04:19:08 -0000
   From: Jamie LePage 
Subject: Carol Kaye LIVE on LuxuriaMusic

Found this on the luxuria site:

The legendary Carol Kaye LIVE on LuxuriaMusic Sunday,
February 18, 2001 7:00 AM  

Saturday, February 17, from 2-4 PM (PST) Legendary
Session musician Carol Kaye will be dropping by the
LuxuriaMusic studio for an interview on Heroes &
Villains with Chuck Kelley.


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Message: 3
   Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 09:10:15 -0000
   From: "chris king" 
Subject: BACK TO MONO 2001

Greetings fellow Spectropopsters - Just a short mail to let you know that 
the first DA DOO RON RON of 2001 is happenin' next Saturday 3rd February 
here in Brighton, England.

When:-Saturday 3rd February 2001

Where:-The BANANA BAR (aka Banana-on-the-Square), 05 , Regency Square, 
Brighton, East Sussex, BN1  Tel:-01273-203090

Admission:-three of your finest English pounds

Doors:-8pm till late Strictly no ENTRY after 11pm!!!

DJ's:-Chris D King & Simon Bridger

Musical Menu:-Femme only (you'll never hear a MALE laed vocal at DDRR!) 
discs from the likes of Darlene Love, Lesley Gore, The Ronettes, Helen 
Shapiro, Dusty, Petula, Supremes, Brenda Holloway, Chris Clark, Lulu, 
Marvelettes, Vandellas, Chiffons, Crystals, Shangri-La's et al

For more info:-Check out the DDRR web site
or mail me here

Cheers, Chris

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Message: 4
   Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2001 11:31:50 -0500
   From: Steven Prazak 
Subject: Paul Williams, anyone?

I've always been quite enamored with the Monkees'
version of Paul Williams' Someday Man and am now on the
prowl for a good Williams collection. Anything in print
anywhere, or am I doomed to search endlessly through
piles of dusty elpees?

Steven Prazak
Atlanta, GA

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Message: 5
   Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2001 15:40:38 EST
   From: Jimmy 
Subject: Spector Christmas LP

Hey Doc... Seems I remember years ago hearing that there
was a longer version of "Sleigh Ride" by the Ronettes
out there, and it seems to me that I was told that the
instrumental break was longer; my memory is vague and
shady about it at this point, but I could almost swear...
maybe this will trigger someone else's more cogent


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Message: 6
   Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 05:55:41 -0000
   From: Spectropop Admin 
Subject: Red Bird Records discography

Just added to the Spectropop Group auto-link page:

A wonderful tribute to the legendary mid-sixties
pop/rock/soul/girl group label, RED BIRD - a
comprehensive resource for fans of this type of classic
sixties music.

Check it out at:

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Message: 7
   Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 13:35:30 -0000
   From: "Joseph E. Vine Jr." 
Subject: Lesley and Jack

>>> "What Am I Gonna Do With You"
>>>Definitely my very favorite Lesley
>>>Gore recording
> >The vocal on the Mercury Anthology (and ALSO, Rhino's
> >1998 "Best Of Lesley Gore: Sunshine, Lollipops &
> >Rainbows" and Demon-Westside's 2000 "My Town My Guy And
> >Me/Sings All about Love" 2-fer) sounds awfully HARSH to
> >me--and I'm not 100% certain it is the same vocal on the 
> >"Golden Hits" CD.
> >The Rhino "Best Of" CD credits NO arranger for Track 14
> >'What Am I Gonna Do With You') yet Jack Nitzsche IS
> >credited as arranger on Track 17 ('Off And Running').
> >The Demon-Westside CD booklet says:
> >"What Am I Gonna Do With You (Hey Baby)
> >Recorded in New York, July 23, 1965
> >Written by Russ Titelman & Gerry Goffin
> >Arranged by Don Costa
> >And on the Mercury "It's My Party" Lesley twofer, it says
> >produced by Quincy Jones, with orchestra arranged
> >and conducted by Claus Ogermann.
> >
> >Costa? Ogermann? Each excellent arrangers in their own
> >right to be sure, but I'm sorry, ain't no way that track
> >was arranged by anyone but Jack Nitzsche.
>Still, the Demon-Westside CD notes were written by Malcolm
>Baumgart & Mick Patrick, two very trustworthy researchers
>with serious Spector credentials.
>Apparently two Lesley Gore sessions are involved:
>March 27, 1965
>35170 Baby That's Me (Nitzsche-DeShannon)
>35171 No Matter what you do
>35172 Sunshine and Lollipops
>35174 All in the game
>35175 Love look away
>35176 Let It Be Me
>35177 When sonny gets blue
>The March 27, 1965 session appears to have been arranged
>by Jack Nitzsche (the Demon-Westside CD credits to 35170 &
>35171 to Nitzsche) yet the 'My Town, My guy & Me' album
>SEEMS to otherwise contain cuts from the following
>July 23, 1965
>36441 WHAT AM I GONNA DO WITH YOU (Don Costa?)
>36442 A girl In Love (Don Costa?)
>36443 Just another fool
>36444 My town, My guy & Me (Don Costa?)
>36445 Let Me Dream
>36446 Things we did last summer
>Does the Bear Family box set shine any light on these

Probably does! For $133.37 one could hear and
presumably read about:

Disc 3
1. Baby's That's Me
2. No Matter What You Do
3. Sunshine And Lollipops
4. What Am I Gonna Do With You
5. It's All In The Game
6. Love Look Away
7. Let It Be Me
8. When Sunny Gets Blue
9. What Am I Gonna Do With You
10. A Girl In Love
11. Just Another Fool
12. My Town My Guy And Me
13. Let Me Dream
14. The Things We Did Last Summer

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Message: 8
   Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 15:00:47 -0500
   From: john rausch 
Subject: another site

Here`s a new  girl  group page for anyone`s interest
John Rausch

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