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There are 25 messages in this issue of Spectropop.

Topics in this Digest Number 252:

      1. All Strung Out
           From: "Ian Chapman" 
      2. re: All Strung Out
           From: Michael 
      3. Nino Tempo and April Stevens
           From: LePageWeb 
      4. SURNAME CARROLL
           From: Mick Patrick 
      5. Re: Carole King: "Road To Nowhere"
           From: Mark Easter 
      6. Seeking Phil Spector enthusiasts.
           From: Neil Plenderleith 
      7. Re: rare "Needles and Pins" version
           From: "J.H. Ket" 
      8. Rusty ole Needles & Pinza
           From: "Kingsley Abbott" 
      9. Re: Rusty ole Needles & Pinza
           From: "Peter Lerner" 
     10. Rumor or Fact ?
           From: Mike W
     11. CAROLE KING VISITS TWIN PEAKS
           From: Mick Patrick 
     12. Re: CAROLE KING VISITS TWIN PEAKS
           From: Mike C 
     13. Re: CAROLE KING VISITS TWIN PEAKS
           From: Mike W. 
     14. Re: Rumor or Fact ?
           From: Don Charles 
     15. Phil Spector related 7" records/LP/CD's
           From: Ton Borsboom 
     16. Phil Spector Outakes
           From: "Spectropop Administration" 
     17. Barry Mann...."Soul and Inspiration"
           From: Mike W 
     18. Re: CAROLE KING GOES TO TWIN PEAKS
           From: Mick Patrick 
     19. More scary girls
           From: "Ian Chapman" 
     20. bright ideas for scary songs
           From: Ron Buono 
     21. Re: Scary Songs for Delia
           From: "Delia" 
     22. Re: Barry Mann...."Soul and Inspiration"
           From: "Don Charles" 
     23. Re: Barry Mann...."Soul and Inspiration"
           From: "Bill Reed" 
     24. Bonnie not Ronnie .... but who actually produced?
           From: "Spectropop Administration" 
     25. The Liquid Room-9/23/01
           From: "David Ponak" 

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Message: 1
   Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2001 23:15:59 +0100
   From: "Ian Chapman" 
Subject: All Strung Out

Bill Green wrote:

> "All Strung Out" by Nino Tempo and April
> Stevens......Nino Tempo spent some time working with
> Phil Spector. No doubt that explains why "All Strung
> Out" has the PS sound. In fact, I'd bet it was
> recorded at Gold Star studios with many of the same
> musicians who appear on Phil Spector songs.

Bill, you're exactly right about that.  Back in '85, I
did an article for "Philately" on Jerry Riopelle, who
co-produced "All Strung Out" with Nino. Here's an edited
extract:-

"Jerry then moved on to White Whale records where he
joined forces with Nino Tempo & April Stevens.  Nino had
of course played on many Philles sessions and April, as
we later discovered, had actually been produced by Phil -
so it's almost certain that Jerry had already met the duo
through that association. Like Jerry, Nino had made a
careful study of the Spector technique, and had in fact
produced three soundalikes by Noreen Corcoran earlier in
'63/'64.  A collaboration of two experts in the field,
therefore, held promise of great things.  And as it
turned out, that promise was fulfilled.  The sessions
resulted in "All Strung Out", written by Jerry and Nino,
which made number 26 in the Hot 100; and the follow-up,
"The Habit of Loving You Baby", which didn't fare as well
chartwise, but was just as masterful.  Both magnificently
arranged and produced, they were two glorious slices of
Spectorism.  But then, Nino and Jerry had been purposeful
in their intention to achieve precisely that.  Not only
did they use reliable Gold Star - they hung around while
Spector was actually in there recording Tina Turner. When
he'd finished, they moved in swiftly to lay down their
own tracks, using the same musicians, and no doubt taking
advantage of the momentum already generated by Phil.  Ike
and Tina were none too pleased about this, and voiced
their displeasure to the British press during their 1966
tour.  Their annoyance had been compounded by the fact
that London-American in the UK had issued  both "All
Strung Out" and the Turners' "A Love Like Yours" on the
same day.  But whatever the ethics, the two Nino & April
tracks made undeniably fabulous listening.  The duo had
already developed the knack of blending their unique
voices to great effect on earlier hits like "Deep Purple"
and "Whispering" - but now, they had a stronger, richer
resonance. Given that, imagine those vocals multi-layered
against a grandiose, crescendo-laden Gold Star
accompaniment.  If Phil Spector had ever produced the
Mamas and the Papas, the results may have been along
similar lines."

Ian


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Message: 2

   Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2001 15:49:52 -0000
   From: Michael 
Subject: re: All Strung Out

I believe I read that Nino originally intended this song
for the Righteous Brothers, which is easy to hear, once
one listens to the track.  I can't imagine why they
would pass on a song so perfectly suited to their style,
but who knows what prompted that decision....  There is
an album of the same name by Chad Everett (the actor),
which Nino was involved in.  It includes a cover of the
song and (I don't have it here to refer to) I believe
some other tunes from Nino & April's "All Strung Out" LP,
which has several stellar cuts on it. 

If you can't find the original LP, it has been
re-released on CD with bonus tracks.  Also, if you can
find it, look for their single, "Makin' Love To Rainbow
Colors."  It's great!

Glad I finally figured out how to post to this wonderful
list!

Michael


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Message: 3
   Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 11:08:52 +0900
   From: LePageWeb 
Subject: Nino Tempo and April Stevens

Ian Chapman wrote about an April Stevens 45 from '74 on
A&M, released under the singular "April" and entitled
"Gotta Leave You Baby". Boys Town is one of my favorites,
embodying as it does heavy influence of both Spector and
Brian Wilson. Even if it doesn't have as many Beach Boys
touches as Boys Town, I bet it's great! Wonder why this
hasn't come up before? Great find, Ian!


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Message: 4
   Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2001 23:58:28 +0100 (BST)
   From: Mick Patrick 
Subject: SURNAME CARROLL

Greetings,

D. Clyde wrote:

> I'm originally from Cleveland and if I remember
> correctly, Bernadette Carroll was from the Gene Carroll
> show which was a variety type show, with the various
> acts which featured Bernadette.

Close but no cigar. It wasn't Bernadette "Party Girl"
Carroll who got her start on the Gene Carroll TV show but
ANDREA "Hey, Beach Boy" CARROLL. The singer was born with
the surname DeCapite and adopted her stagename in Gene
Carroll's honor. Andrea continued to appear on his shows
until he passed away in 1972.

"The Doolang", anyone?

MICK PATRICK

PS This information comes from a very nice article by
Jerry Bentsch in Discoveries magazine, June 1989.


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Message: 5
   Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2001 12:54:26 EDT
   From: Mark Easter 
Subject: Re: Carole King: "Road To Nowhere"

Hi all,

If anyone can help me obtain a clean copy of the above
tune and its B-side on a CDR, I'd be most appreciative!
Please e-mail me offlist.

Mark Easter


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Message: 6
   Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2001 10:40:41 +0100 (BST)
   From: Neil Plenderleith 
Subject: Seeking Phil Spector enthusiasts.

Hi,

I live in Birmingham and am very keen to meet up with
Phil Spector enthusiasts to listen to his music and
maybe compose similar.

If you live anywhere accessible from Birmingham, and that
includes London, I would be very pleased to hear from you.

Best wishes,

Neil


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Message: 7
   Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2001 18:57:51 +0200
   From: "J.H. Ket" 
Subject: Re: rare "Needles and Pins" version

Ton Borsboom wrote:

> Steve Marriot was a member of the Small Faces?
> When you think you heard his voice, which group could 
> it be? 

Yes I meant the singer of the Small Faces. I'm just
speculating, but the track sounds more like a seventies
thing and IF it's S. Mariott he lost the hights in his
voice. I don't think it's from the Immediate era. Maybe
a kind of reunion thing from members of different
groups.

Greetings Hans


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Message: 8
   Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2001 20:18:15 +0100
   From: "Kingsley Abbott" 
Subject: Rusty ole Needles & Pinza

This great song was also covered by The Ramones (Road To
Ruin) and Tom Petty (Pack Up...) - could the mystery one
possibly be either of these?? Also Tight Fit did it,
but...nuff said if you've heard them.  Also there is a
Clovers version listed - anyone know about that one??  I
don't know it.  Also listed are versions by Andrew
Oldham Orchestra, the Smokie one, Twiggy, Freddie Starr
(British 'comic' and ex-sixties group leader), Cher and
Charlotte Cornwall (ickle girl with big voice nowadays).
Hope it helps, but perhaps more likely to confuse more...

BTW Brill Tone CDs are certainly boots, but I suspect
the German connection may be a red herring

Kingsley Abbott


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Message: 9
   Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 08:41:46 +0100
   From: "Peter Lerner" 
Subject: Re: Rusty ole Needles & Pinza

Errrm........ I think Kingsley's missed a version. Didn't
Jackie DeShannon also record it? (please note heavy irony).
Interesting note for all you fans, when Jackie sang this
at the Bottom Line in NY in March this year, she
definitely sand about Needles and Pins - not a Pinza in
sight!

Peter

"Kingsley Abbott" wrote:

> This great song was also covered by The Ramones (Road To
> Ruin) and Tom Petty (Pack Up...) - could the mystery one
> possibly be either of these?? Also Tight Fit did it,
> but...nuff said if you've heard them.  Also there is a
> Clovers version listed - anyone know about that one??  I
> don't know it.  Also listed are versions by Andrew
> Oldham Orchestra, the Smokie one, Twiggy, Freddie Starr
> (British 'comic' and ex-sixties group leader), Cher and
> Charlotte Cornwall (ickle girl with big voice nowadays).
>
> Kingsley Abbott


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Message: 10
   Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 07:30:07 -0000
   From: Mike W
Subject: Rumor or Fact ?

Dear Members,

There is a rumor "going around" that there is a 5 CD set
of alternate versions and outtakes of Phil Spector
productions circulating "out there"...has ANYONE heard
anything about this ?

Thanks for your consideration !

yours, Mike W.


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Message: 11
   Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2001 22:25:51 +0100 (BST)
   From: Mick Patrick 
Subject: CAROLE KING VISITS TWIN PEAKS

Matthew wrote: 

> "Blues For A Young Girl Gone" was actually written by
> Carole King & Toni Stern. The song was released on the
> 1968 Strawberry Alarm Clock album THE WORLD IN A SEA
> SHELL. Also on this album is another King/Stern tune,
> "Lady Of The Lake".

(click)...Diane, I'm holding in my hand a small box of
chocolate bunnies...(click)

(click)...Diane, 3p.m., just back from the Leidecker
Clinic. While a llama may produce some of the finest
wools, prized around the world; their breath, on the
other hand, can only be prized somewhere in the far
reaches of llama hell...(click)

(click)...Diane, have just finished another long
interview with the proprietress of the Double R Diner.
In the early 1970s she met and married a man named
Quincy Jones. He's a record producer, I'm told. Together
they had two daughters, Kidada and Rashide. She and Mr
Jones separated in 1987, after which she made Addicted
To His Love and War Party, made for television movies.
She then changed her name to Norma Jennings and bought
the Double R Diner here in Twin Peaks with part of the
divorce settlement. She wants to live the rest of her
life in anonymity, Diane. Deputy Andy and myself are now
off to search for a spiderwoman who calls herself
Blackie...(click)

(click)...Diane, it's Special Agent Michael Patrick here,
believer in facts. Waldo, the minah bird, has been
assassinated. That's first name Michael, surname
Patrick...(click)

(click)...Diane, 09 .57a.m., have just finished breakfast
at the Double R Diner. Cherry pie and several cups of
Norma's damn fine coffee. Seems there's even more to
Norma's story. She had a previous life. Not only was she
once a policewoman in flares working under cover for the
LAPD, but she made some records using the name PEGGY
LIPTON. She was the girlfriend of Lou Adler, the famous
record producer. He was separated from his wife Shelley
Fabares by this time. In 1968 Peggy made an album for Mr
Adler's Ode label. CAROLE KING wrote some of the songs.
Norma gave me a list: NATURAL WOMAN, WHO NEEDS IT, IT
MIGHT AS WELL RAIN UNTIL SEPTEMBER, WASN'T IT YOU and
LADY OF THE LAKE. Norma tells me that I should speak to
the lady who carries a log. They call her...the log
lady...(click)

(click)...Diane, 02 .10a.m., sleep-deprivation is a
one-way ticket to temporary psychosis. I believe I need
a hot cup of strong black coffee. Twenty-four hour room
service must be one of the premier achievements of
modern civilization...(click)  


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Message: 12
   Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 12:36:12 -0000
   From: Mike C 
Subject: Re: CAROLE KING VISITS TWIN PEAKS

> (click)...Diane, 09 .57a.m., have just finished breakfast
> at the Double R Diner. Cherry pie and several cups of
> Norma's damn fine coffee. Seems there's even more to
> Norma's story. She had a previous life. Not only was she
> once a policewoman in flares working under cover for the
> LAPD, but she made some records using the name PEGGY
> LIPTON. She was the girlfriend of Lou Adler, the famous
> record producer. He was separated from his wife Shelley
> Fabares by this time. In 1968 Peggy made an album for Mr
> Adler's Ode label. CAROLE KING wrote some of the songs.
> Norma gave me a list: NATURAL WOMAN, WHO NEEDS IT, IT
> MIGHT AS WELL RAIN UNTIL SEPTEMBER, WASN'T IT YOU and
> LADY OF THE LAKE. Norma tells me that I should speak to
> the lady who carries a log. They call her...the log
> lady...(click)

BRRRRiiiinnnnnnggggggg. . . . .

Hello?....Is that so?....Well, I don't care, Diane.
Wake him up!!

Special Sgent Michael P., Do you mean to tell me that
you have not heard Peggy "Julie" Lipton's album on Ode
Records?  And you a special agent no less.  

In the Special Agent Handbook entry no. 410 states
...Peggy Lipton's "Natural Woman" with Darlene Love and
the Blossoms singing background vocals shows a
sensitivity for lyrics and music beyond her recording
experience.

However, Entry No. 411 says: NOT!  "Natural Woman" is
over her head and should have been given to Darlene L.
to sing the lead. "Lady Of The Lake" and "Who Needs It"
are more "Julie's" speed.

What's this about Entry 1022?  The log lady. . . .

You'd better contact the main office with more details,
Special Agent Michael P.

Click,
Michael C.


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Message: 13
   Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 14:04:22 -0000
   From: Mike W. 
Subject: Re: CAROLE KING VISITS TWIN PEAKS

Dear Mick,

I love that Gap TV commercial she does with her daughter
too...as well as the Neil Diamond one...guess Neil
doesn't want to poke fun at himself tooooo much !

yours, 

mikenyc

--- In spectropop, Mick Patrick wrote:

Re: GOIN' BACK: THE SONGS OF GOFFIN & KING

> Don't tell Chrissie Hynde but I espied Carole King and
> her daughter Louise Goffin on TV last night starring in
> the new ad for THE GAP. Apparently this is some sort of
> clothes store. Funny, I thought Carole was strictly a
> DKNY lady these days.

[ Quick Time version of the commercial may be streamed at:
http://www.gap.com/asp/shops/gap/gaptv_fall2.asp?tv=mymom&wdid=0
]



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Message: 14
   Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 16:15:57 +0000
   From: Don Charles 
Subject: Re: Rumor or Fact ?

> There is a rumor "going around" that there is a 5 CD
> set of alternate versions and outtakes of Phil Spector
> productions circulating "out there"...has ANYONE heard
> anything about this ?

It does indeed exist - a friend of mine has a copy,
actually.  Additional copies of this set go up for
auction on eBay quite regularly.

Don Charles


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Message: 15
   Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 18:34:26 -0000
   From: Ton Borsboom 
Subject: Phil Spector related 7" records/LP/CD's

At http://www7.gemm.com (trading site) you
can find a

lot of Phil Spector related music.

Greetings,

Ton Borsboom


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Message: 16
   Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 16:38:23 +0900
   From: "Spectropop Administration" 
Subject: Phil Spector Outakes

Posted to the Spectropop Bulletin Board by michael
 on Sun, 23 Sep 2001 11:59:20 

http://www.escribe.com/music/spectropop/bb/index.html?bID=229


Well after 3 months+ searching I was able to find this
GREAT 5 CD SET OF UNCLE PHIL OUTAKES. Incredible stuff,
easily rivals the Beach Boys "Sea of Tunes" set. If
you're interested I am willing to trade for cdr's of
similar material. 

Mahalo, 

Michael


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Message: 17
   Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 22:41:15 -0000
   From: Mike W 
Subject: Barry Mann...."Soul and Inspiration"

Dear Members,

This is, without a doubt in my mind, the most
entertaining and certainly the most, revealing, CD's I
have listened to in a long time...since those early days
when he and The Others ruled the air waves !

It died an inglorious death in the CD bins...but what do
they know, right ?


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Message: 18
   Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 00:27:26 +0100 (BST)
   From: Mick Patrick 
Subject: Re: CAROLE KING GOES TO TWIN PEAKS

MESSAGE TO: Mike C
>FROM: Diane

When Agent Patrick failed to return my calls I stomped
round to that darned motel and demanded that they open up
his room. The smell was unbearable. Fearing the worst, I
yanked back the duvet but the mound underneath was just a
pile of clothes. He sure had some lovely sweaters. The
only other things I found were a copy of an old LP by
Peggy Lipton, a dictaphone machine, his Special Agent
Handbook and a 7 inch 45rpm record on the Tomorrow label
by a group called the Bachs Lunch. It was then that the
receptionist gave me the note he left. It reads:

"Diane,

I'm picking up a Bureau car. Looks like I'l be heading
out Highwat 2, due east. I've got about ten hours driving
ahead of me. That'll include lunch, one pitstop and two
cups of coffee. Unless I refill my thermos. I have an
awful feeling of doom. Just in case I don't see you again,
send the records I left in my room to Mike C. and tell
him that the Bachs Lunch are really the Cookies in
disguise and that Julie Barnes sends her love".

I hope some of that makes sense to you because, if you
ask me, Agent Patrick was never the same after he and
Deputy Hawk saw that one-armed man at the hospital.

Diane 


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Message: 19
   Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 19:53:05 +0100
   From: "Ian Chapman" 
Subject: More scary girls

> Does anybody have any bright ideas for 'scary' themed
> songs by sixties girl groups/female singers?

Delia,

Can't leave out Janie Jones' "Witches Brew", can we?

And Sandie Shaw's "Run", with it's thunderstorm intro and
manic organ-playing, could have been the backdrop to any
60s slasher movie!  Play this and you'll be looking over
your shoulder for days afterwards...

Ian


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Message: 20
   Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 09:24:08 EDT
   From: Ron Buono 
Subject: bright ideas for scary songs

In a message dated 9/26/01 spectropop writes:

> Does anybody have any bright ideas for 'scary' themed
> songs by sixties girl groups/female singers? 

How about:
"Nightmare" by The Whyte Boots
"Zombie Walk" by The Magics
"Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde" by Babs Tino
"Egyptian Shumba" by The Tammys
"Pineapple Princess" by Little Peggy March??????
(that one SCARES me!)  LOL!

Ron


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Message: 21
   Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 19:13:29 +0100
   From: "Delia" 
Subject: Re: Scary Songs for Delia

hi jimmy and mick,

thanks for the scary suggestions! we'll check some of
them out! results will be viewable at the
www.clubmontepulciano.com halloween night on october
27th. for more info on actionettes sixties girl-voxed
pop dance troupe check out....
www.actionettes.com

thanks!

Delia


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Message: 22
   Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 17:36:42 +0000
   From: "Don Charles" 
Subject: Re: Barry Mann...."Soul and Inspiration"

It really is an excellent set, and a must-have for Brill
Building fanatics.  It was supposed to be part of a
"Great Songwriter" series featuring other legendary
composers - does anyone know if there were any other
albums released?

Don Charles


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Message: 23
   Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2001 01:40:57 -0000
   From: "Bill Reed" 
Subject: Re: Barry Mann...."Soul and Inspiration"

--- In spectropop Mike W  wrote:

> This is, without a doubt in my mind, the most
> entertaining and certainly the most, revealing, CD's I
> have listened to in a long time...
> 
> It died an inglorious death in the CD bins...but what do
> they know, right ?

I had the honor of meeting Barry Mann a few weeks ago. I
said to him, "I bought your CD." He chuckled and replied,
"So, you were the one."

If it had not been for a lengthy rave review in the
Japanese music magazine for which I write, Record
Collectors', I would never have known of the existence of
"Soul and Inspiration." As a singer he is his own MAN,
but S&I reminds me somewhat of the several equally fine
efforts by songwriter Dan Penn.

This is by far the best CD purchase I've made in ages.
Obviously Mann has other means of support, but one would
like to see a steady stream of CD's by him. Alas. . . .

Bill Reed


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Message: 24
   Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 22:02:51 +0900
   From: "Spectropop Administration" 
Subject: Bonnie not Ronnie .... but who actually produced?

Posted to Spectropop Bulletin board by Brian 
 on Fri, 28 Sep 2001

http://www.escribe.com/music/spectropop/bb/index.html?bID=241


Besides the enjoyability of sixties' music, it's great
fun just tracking down information concerning that music.
So Bonnie was not Ronnie, but Charlotte O'Hara? Okay, new
question - who produced "Home of the Brave"? Oddly enough,
two different websites are at odds with each other. The
first shows a "Phi-Dan" record label with the
aforementioned Jerry Riopell (without the ending "e") as
producer; the second shows a British "Phil Spector "
label with Spector as the record's sole producer. 

http://home.tbbs.net/~msland/Spector/PS200e.htm


http://home.tbbs.net/~msland/Spector/PS64e.htm


Could be credit mislabelling, or two different versions
of the same song. Just curious.


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Message: 25
   Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 11:04:29 -0700
   From: "David Ponak" 
Subject: The Liquid Room-9/23/01

The Liquid Room, hosted by David Ponak (me), airs every
Saturday night from Midnight to 3AM (PDT) on 90.7FM
KPFK Los Angeles, as well as streaming at
http://kpfk.org. 

Coming this weekend, an exciting new segment will be
added to the Liquid Room. To quote the great Hal David,
"What the world needs now is love sweet love," and I
intend to deliver that and more in the final hour of
the show (2-3AM), which will now be "The Liquid Room
Love Hour." The Love Hour will deliver 60 minutes of
the smoothest and sexiest sounds to provide the perfect
soundtrack for the kinds of things that people may
enjoy doing at that time of the night. Tune in if you
dare.

Here's what when down last week in the LR:

The Liquid Room-9/23/01

1.The Association/Come On In
Birthday (WB)

2.Esquivel/Latin-Esque
Latin-Esque (RCA)

3.Morgan/Miss Parker
Organized (Source-UK)

4.Super Furry Animals/(Drawing) Rings Around The World
& It's Not The End Of The World
Rings Around The World (Epic-UK)

5.Fugu/Monocorde
Fugu 1 (Minty Fresh)

6.The Kinks/Waterloo Sunset
The BBC Sessions 1964-1977 (Santuary)

7.Bertrand Burgalat/Sunshine Yellow
The Sssound Of Music (Emperor Norton)

8.Brute Force/Sit On A Sandwich
Confections Of Love (Columbia)

9.Chocolat/Roller Girl
Henry (Warner Music-Japan)

10.Call And Response/Rollerskate
Call And Response (Kindercore/Emperor Norton)

11.Jacques Dutronc/Amour, Toujours, Tendresse, Caresse
Jacque Dutronc (Vogue-France)

12.Le Hammond Inferno/An Apple A Day
My First Political Dance Album (Bungalow-Germany)

13.Cornelius/Point Of View Point
Pont (Trattoria-Japan)

14..The Inner Dialogue/Inner Dialogue
Inner Dialogue (Ranwood)

15.Swan Dive/Theme From "A Man Called Danger"
Words You Whisper (Siesta-Spain)

16.Claudine Longet/Nothing To Lose
The Mad Mad World Of Soundtracks Vol. 2 (Motor/Universal-Germany)

17.Orbital/Shadows
The Altogether (Sire-London)

18.Dudley Moore/The Millionaire
Bedazzled (soundtrack) (Arkit-UK)

19.The Beach Boys/Diamond Head
Friends (Capitol)

20.The Aluminum Group/Caroline No
Caroline Now (Marina-Germany)

21.The Free Design/Springtime
Cosmic Peekaboo (Marina-Germany)

22.Stereolab/Nought More Terrific Than Man
Sound-Dust (Elektra)

23.Simon & Garfunkle/Save The Life Of My Child
Bookends (Sony Legacy)

24.Soulstance/Circle
Truth, Simplicity And Love (Shakri)

25.Chara/Lemon Candy
Madrigal (Sony Music-Japan)

26.Lee Perry/The Upsetters/My Girl
Africia's Blood (Trojan)

27.Tim "Love" Lee/Bed Sheet Shuffle
Just Call Me "Lone" Lee (Tummy Touch-UK)

28.Margo Guryan/Spanky & Our Gang (demo)
Take A Picture (Japanese version bonus track) (Trattoria-Japan)

29.Belle & Sebastion/Jonathon David
Single (Matador)

30.Eternity's Children/Lifetime Day
Eternity's Children (Rev-ola-UK)

31.The Divine Comedy-Mastermind
Regeneration (Parlophone-UK)

32.To Roccoco Rot/Telema
The Amateur View (Mute)

33.Isaac Hayes/(They Long To Be) Close To You
Black Moses (Staxx)

34.Burt Bacharach/Wives & Lovers
Classics (A&M)

35.The Dining Rooms/False Start
Numero Deux (Guidance)

36.Novo/Shiroi Mori
Soft Rock Drivin'-Snow Dolphin Samba (King Records-Japan)

37.Cousteau/How Will I Know
Cousteau (Palm Pictures)

39.Wagon Christ/Perkission
Musipal (Ninja Tune)

40.Money Mark/People's Party (Red Alert)
Change Is Coming (Emperor Norton)

41.Cornelius/Brazil
Point (Trattoria-Japan)

42.World Party/Man We Was Lonely
LIsten To What The Man Said (Paul McCartney Tribute) (Oglio)

43.Nice System/We Sing Ba Ba Ba
Impractical Guide To The Opposite Sex (Radio Khartoum)

44.Paul Williams/Morning I'll Be Moving On
Someday Man (Reprise)


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