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There are 8 messages in this issue of Spectropop.

Topics in this Digest Number 102:

      1. disc info requested
           From: "Jack Madani" 
      2. Jill Gibson - It's as Easy As 1-2-3
           From: "Billy G. Spradlin" 
      3. Margo Guryan interview at!
           From: Linus 
      4. LA Sessions book
           From: Marc Miller 
      5. Re: PF was Phat
           From: "Ruby Tuesday" 
      6. The Orchids again
           From: Scott Swanson 
      7. Arthur Lee - Arranger???
           From: "David Mirich" 
      8. Hello and Help?!?!?
           From: Tony Renner 


Message: 1
   Date: Wed, 07 Feb 2001 17:30:02 -0500
   From: "Jack Madani" 
Subject: disc info requested

I've seen the following cd advertised, and I wonder if
anyone can tell me what exact songs are on it:

Various Artists - Dream Girls ( 60's Rare) (2cd) 60
tracks (Euro.) CC 1492	

any help would be appreciated.


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Message: 2
   Date: Wed, 07 Feb 2001 18:56:46 -0600
   From: "Billy G. Spradlin" 
Subject: Jill Gibson - It's as Easy As 1-2-3

Could Someone repost the "Jill Gibson - It's as Easy
As 1-2-3" Mp3?  I was away from my main PC last month
and couldn't download it.

PS: is this the mono 45 mix or the stereo LP version?
If its the stereo mix I already have it. Strange to
think of this, but this song was issued on 3 different
Jan & Dean albums by Liberty Records (The Little Old
Lady, Deadman's Curve/New Girl in School and Popsicle)
guess they liked it a lot!

Thanks Billy

Billy G. Spradlin
29 Rim Road
Kilgore, Texas 75662

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Message: 3
   Date: Wed, 07 Feb 2001 16:29:51 EST
   From: Linus 
Subject: Margo Guryan interview at!

Hi everyone!

Just want to let you know that MARGO GURYAN will be
doing a LIVE interview on tomorrow
(Thursday, February 8th) at 2:30 PM Pacific Standard
Time.  Those of you who are familiar with Margo know
that interviews with her are pretty rare, so this is a
great chance to hear about her amazing life and career
first hand.  

Franklin Castle Recordings


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------- Message: 4 Date: Wed, 07 Feb 2001 14:43:35 -0500 From: Marc Miller Subject: LA Sessions book Hi - Does anyone have an update on when Russ Wapensky's (sp?) book about LA session musicians is due for publication? Marc --------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------- Message: 5 Date: Wed, 07 Feb 2001 21:22:16 -0500 From: "Ruby Tuesday" Subject: Re: PF was Phat DJJimmyBee wrote: > He also charted minorly with the Dunhill single "The > Sins Of The Family (fall on the daughter)" in 66 or > so...sort of a Dylan meets Grassroots effort.. a song also nicely covered by Barry McGuire, on his Eve of Destruction album . . . -- i'm not a Southern Belle, i'm a Southern ding-a-ling. --------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------- Message: 6 Date: Wed, 07 Feb 2001 02:02:47 -0800 From: Scott Swanson Subject: The Orchids again Hello group, I am thoroughly enjoying the two rackss by The Orchids that somebody (I can't remember who) [played] a couple weeks back. But......I am hungry for more! Can anyone out there [play] the rest of their songs? I have "Oo-Chang-A-Lang" (the most Spector-ish song they ever did) that I'd be glad to [play] -- if someone could just tell me how. :-) Anyway, it's just an idea from someone who can't sleep at 2 a.m.... Back to bed, Scott --------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------- Message: 7 Date: Wed, 07 Feb 2001 05:38:55 -0700 From: "David Mirich" Subject: Arthur Lee - Arranger??? A few years ago I asked on this list but don't remember any response to my question as to whether A. Lee did any/all of the magnificent arrangements on Forever Changes? (horns, vocals, strings, etc). If not he, who, or whom?) BTW what is his ETR (estimated time of release - from the pen)? Dave Mirich > > There is a new release on Collectables of Love's Forever > > Changes with bonus tracks. I certainlly will buy this > > but any insights you may have on the additions or lp > > itself are most welcome. > > I just read that the CD will be reissued in an > expanded, remastered format with seven bonus > tracks on FEBRUARY 13th, via Rhino/Elektra > Traditions. Among the bonus tracks are alternate > versions of "Alone Again Or" and "You Set The > Scene," as well as the single "Your Mind And We > Belong Together" and its b-side "Laughing Stock." > Also included is an early version of "The Good > Humor Man He Sees Everything Like This" under > the moniker "Hummingbirds," plus the outtake > "Wonder People (I Do Wonder)." > > Bryan > --------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------- Message: 8 Date: Wed, 07 Feb 2001 17:36:17 -0000 From: Tony Renner Subject: Hello and Help?!?!? Hello, First, sorry for sending this to so many places all at once but I'd like to get as much input as possible as quickly as possible. I am music director at KDHX FM 88.1 in St. Louis, Missouri, and my new goal is to market our Morning Show -- 6 to 9 a.m. M-F (6 to 8 on Tuesday) -- as effectively as possible and, to be honest, the retro/oldies scene is not my forte. What I'm looking for are some sources of '50's & '60's music magazines (I'm looking for those reviews of the new Doris Day album from someone who is really excited!), advertisements for radio stations, airchecks of '50's '60's station promos, etc., etc. The idea is to use these as inspirations for our own print ads and on-air promos for the Morning Show. Our main retro/oldies competitor in town is WEW 770 AM and I'd love to run an ad that takes off on early stereo ads. "Listen to your favorite hits in crystal clear STEREO, the new modern sound of the future." Here is a playlist from a recent Morning Show, 01 /17/01, and as you can see it's not entirely retro/oldies but that's where the host's main interests are. You can listen via the internet at <> and tomorrow, Thursday, is Soul Thursday which will be full of great soul and r&b, much of it fairly obscure. Check it out and let me know what you think. Thanks, Tony Renner music director KDHX FM 88.1 3504 Magnolia Avenue St. Louis, MO 63118 314 664-3955 ext. 301 314 664-3688 studio Morning Show Playlist, 01 /17/01 Host: Roy St. John Alma Cogan, Last Night Flaco Jimenez, I Found Out Perez Prado, Mack the Knife Shelby Lynne, I Walk the Line Johnny Clegg, Scatterlings of Africa Dion, Gonna Make It Rain Fauna Crepuschlan, Vivir En Esta Ciudad Bob Dylan, Caribbean Wind 8 1/2 Souvenirs, Dancin Chris Daniels, For the Love of Lil Ry Cooder, Big Bad Bill Gypsyland, Torita Amazing Rhythm Aces, End Is Not In Sight Billy Vaughan, Indian Love Call Steve Turre, Gumbo Johnny Rivers, Last Train to Memphis The Band, I'm Ready Joe Reisman, Bo Diddley Steve Turre, Montuno Caracal Keb Mo, Just Like You Taj Mahal, Cheatin' On You Joahn Hiatt, Crossing Muddy Water The Band, Ain't Got No Home Temptations, Papa Was A Rolling Stone Rosemary Clooney, This Ole House Coasters, In Crowd Flaco Jimenez, Alright I'm Wrong --------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------- End

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