The Spectropop Group Archives presented by Friends of Spectropop

[Prev by Date] [Next by Date] [Index] [Search]

Spectropop - Digest Number 286


                  
________________________________________________________________________
______________                                            ______________
______________                                            ______________
______________        S  P  E  C  T  R  O  P  O  P        ______________
______________                                            ______________
________________________________________________________________________
                  See label for correct playing order:
------------------------------------------------------------------------

There are 25 messages in this issue of Spectropop.

Topics in this Digest Number 286:

      1. One last Sam's memory
           From: Stewart Mason 
      2. RE: Misc from Digest Number 285
           From: "Paul Payton" 
      3. SV: ELLIE IN THE FLESH
           From: Kristensen Jan Kristen 
      4. Re: Mirrors Of Your Mind
           From: Mike Rashkow 
      5. Tony Passalacqua
           From: "Don Charles" 
      6. Re: Tony Pass
           From: Mike Rashkow 
      7. Correction
           From: Mike Rashkow 
      8. Re: Robin Ward
           From: Alan Gordon 
      9. Re: Rydell's backing singers
           From: Jane Wade 
     10. Re: Rydell's backing singers
           From: "Don Charles" 
     11. RE: Robin Ward
           From: Mike Rashkow 
     12. Intentionally Deleted
           By: "Spectropop Administration" 
     13. What was the first ever girl-group compilation?
           From: Frank Youngwerth 
     14. S.O.S.
           From: "Spector Collector" 
     15. Re: Skirt the Issue
           From: LePageWeb 
     16. Re: Skirt the issue
           From: Carole Gibson 
     17. Brill Building article
           From: Peter van Dam 
     18. The Songmakers Collection DVDis terrific !!
           From: "Claudia Wilson" 
     19. S.O.S.
           From: John Clemente 
     20. Intentionally Deleted
           By: "Spectropop Administration"
     21. RE: L.A. Spector Lovers
           From: "gregg luvoxx" 
     22. Del Shannon's girl group and more
           From: Tom Waters 
     23. Re: Dusty's miniskirt
           From: "Don Charles" 
     24. Re: L.A. Spector Lovers
           From: "Ken Levine" 
     25. The Liquid Room-10/28/01
           From: "David Ponak" 


________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

Message: 1
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 14:20:10 -0700
   From: Stewart Mason 
Subject: One last Sam's memory

>And as for the cigar smoking clerks, that's one aspect
>they've left far behind.  Now it's a tatooed and pierced
>crowd behind the counters, who surprisingly are
>non-judgemental.  Example; once sheepishly buying a
>volume of 'Here Come the Girls' CD, the Gen Y clerk, told
>me how cool he thought the series was!  Amazing, and I
>expected him to sneer because I wasn't buying something a
>little more au courant.

Only last year, while I was getting my (huge) purchase
rung up, the 21-year-old female cashier with the pink
hair and labrett pierce and I realized about
simultaneously that we were both singing along to the
Sweet's "Little Willy" as it blasted on the speakers
above our heads.  I've *never* met a hipper-than-thou
clerk at Sam's, and have been more often than not
sincerely complimented on at least one of my purchases. 
This is as opposed to the average HMV clerk, who has no
clue what you're buying if it hasn't been on Total
Request Live in the last six months.

Also, according to Paul Myers' new biography of the group,
the Yonge Street Sam's is the record store Steven Page is
singing about in the first verse of the Barenaked Ladies'
"Brian Wilson": "Drove downtown in the rain/9:30 on a
Tuesday night/Just to check out the late night record
shop..."

I would be thrilled if the Yonge Street Sam's could stay
open.

Stewart


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 2
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 17:56:05 -0500
   From: "Paul Payton" 
Subject: RE: Misc from Digest Number 285

> Dynette Setter Christy McWilson is married to head
> Fellow and Ian Hunter lookalike Scott McCaughey).

She also had an excellent primarily country-rock album
out last year with a gorgeous version of Brian Wilson's
"'Til I Die."

Which reminds me, among many collectible treasures at the
WFMU Record Fair was a Wilson Sisters CD on Mercury
exec-produced by Brian (with some production and singing
>from him too). Didn't even know it existed! Also a
version of "'Til I Die" here - sorta discofied, but
interesting. (I was told this was essentially abandoned
on release by Mercury.)

> Babs Cooper "Honest I Do" as an inspiration for
> [Marshall Crenshaw's] 1982 track "Our Town" from his
> "Field Day" LP ..anyone familar with this song?

It was a later Indigo 45; sort of a "Running
Scared"-tempo and much more heavily orchestrated track
than the Innocents' original. Very nice if not flat-out
hit material.

Anyone know if any of the Innocents are still recording?
There's a wonderful CD on Ace (UK) (I think) of most of
their non-Kathy Young material including some superb
demos unavailable elsewhere. NOT on this CD is the
Transworld 45, "Tick Tock," my all-time fave Innocents
track, or "Bobby James'" [Jim West's] solo "5000 Tears
Ago," another masterpiece (with great girl-group backing).
Anyone know if these are available on CD? Or - be still,
my heart - in stereo?!?

Thanks, Mick Patrick, for the Robin Ward info. I guess
she's in there with the "black grandmothers" on the Bobby
Rydell records as sounding teenage while not being same!
:-) Will be checking out her info.

Cass, thanks for www.geocities.com/yellownoollab. I've
gotten heavily into Gary Zekley lately, especially the
Ragamuffins' "The Fun We Had" (Tollie) - a quest for many
years, finally found last year.

Two related Zekley questions: (1) We all know he passed
on, but I've never seen the circumstances of his passing;
does anyone know who is willing to share the information?
(2) There was another artist - a duo - on Canterbury
called The New Wave ("Where Do We Go From Here"); does
anyone have any background on them?

Personal notes: being a late addition to this list, I may
be asking stuff that's already been covered. In fact, re:
the Bobby Rydell back-up singers, I was referred to an
earlier digest, where I noticed a few of the same but
many diferent correspondants. So if I'm re-hashing for
some, it seems there are a lot of fresher faces around
(like myself) who really want to know, and I appreciate
the "old timers'" indulgence.

Also, many thanks for posting so many songs as they're
discussed. I'll be listening real soon (slow downloads
here in the "countrified 'burbs").


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 3
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 14:04:49 +0100
   From: Kristensen Jan Kristen 
Subject: SV: ELLIE IN THE FLESH

I just had a look in Terry Hounsome New Rock Record
book. According to him Ellie also sang background on
Blondies LP "Eat to the beat". Does anybody know
anything of the Shel Talmy produced "Teenage Heartbeat"
with the Sorrows (US) from 1980? Ellie sang background
with among others Mikie Harris, Karla DeVito and Ellen
Foley. 

Mikie Harris had a part to play in Gary US Bonds:
"Dedication" together with Bruce Springsteen & the
E-Street Band and one John Clemente on bass (?)

Hilda Harris on her part sang with some interesting
people during the 70's. Gregg Allman's "Laid back" from
1973, David Bromberg: "Demon in disguise" (1972), Judy
Collins "Hard time for lovers" (1979), Elephant's
Memory with John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Toni Wine and Martha
Velez from 1972, also with Al Kooper, Jimi Hendrix and
Esther Phillips among others.

A last quest: Jimi Hendrix + the Ronettes - true or
false?
Jan K

> -----Opprinnelig melding-----
> Fra: Mick Patrick 
> Sendt: 4. november 2001 11:47
> Til: Spectropop Group
> Emne: Spectropop - ELLIE IN THE FLESH
> 
> The tracks "IN THE FLESH" and "MAN OVERBOARD" on the
> eponymous 1976 debut album by BLONDIE feature
> backing-vocals by Ellie Greenwich, Hilda Harris and Micki
> Harris.  One cannot help but presume that "Micki" Harris
> and Ellie's 1960s pal "Mikie" Harris of the Rag Dolls/Les
> Girls are one and the same person.


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 4
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 01:10:50 EST
   From: Mike Rashkow 
Subject: Re: Mirrors Of Your Mind

In a message dated 11/4/2001, Phil writes:

> >The recent contact with the Spectropop group motivated me
> >to go back to the archives and confirm some information.
> 
> So did I, and came up with your DRC recording of
> "Mirrors Of Your Mind", an uncharacteristic Teddy
> Randazzo tune. It may have taken 34 years, but it has
> really grown on me! It always annoyed me that you didn't
> fix the bass glitch on the first repeat chorus. Neat
> phasing though. Who are all the vocals? Flipside
> arranged by Sy Klopps, really!! - that's the one eyed
> like to know more about?

Thanks for your kind comments. Yes, the tune was
completely uncharacteristic of Randazzo at that time. 
Probably the influence of the co-writer Vicki Pike who I
think he later married (Last I heard they were in
Florida). I later handled the board on a very cute thing
they wrote called "Close The Door". Little Anthony and
The Imperials did the background voices. Anybody own that
one?  I've got an acetate of the rough mix.

The vocals on Mirrors were everybody I knew, but a lot of
Ellie and Mikie and Jeannie and maybe Tommy West, Gene
Pistilli, Terry Cashman, Billy Carr, and any drunk that
was sleeping in the stairwell - the very stairwell we
used as our echo chamber! 
 
We may have done vocals two or three different times on
different days. I really can't remember. I was a studio
sound man at the little demo studio and we'd do this
stuff late at night when the paying work was done.

The reason we couldn't fix anything that was wrong on the
rhythm is this.  The track was Randazzo's demo and it was
mono.  I got it from him "as is" to try and make a
record--and I did by transfering it to 4 track (the best
available at that time)  adding the voices and the
percussion and the horns--all in a little 8 in 4 out demo
studio--and accidently got the phase shift noise in the
bargain--no one had developed a phaser yet.

It happened from me trying to run two old Ampex four
track machines in sync (without sync tone) in order to
get more of something (like drums for instance) into the
final mix--most of the basic had been lost as we kept
going down several generations mixing to single tracks to
free up space for additonal voices, etc.  It probably
took three O.D's to get those tambourine shots.

It was tougher in those days.  We couldn't even bounce
tracks to adjacent tracks--had to have one track in
between.  No wonder the record sounds like it is coming
through an athletic sock.

So anyway, the machines wouldn'  stay in sync, and as
they shifted against each other, that weird sound
happened.  I didn't know what it was.  It was the middle
of the night and on the big speakers it sounded like the
Martians were landing.  

Once it happened I wanted to try and control it, but not
one of the techies I just left it the way it was.

The B side was done as a favor to Merle and Fred Parker
who were Mikie Harris's manager (and wife) who wrote it
with a young guy who's stage name was Christopher Robbin.
Later on he did TV commercials and soaps.   Don't remember
his real name. Nice guy.  Last time I saw him was when
Leader Of The Pack was first staged off Broadway.  I
haven't listened to the side in years and years.  Sy
Klopps was a joke of course---it was a head arrangement
done in 15 minutes or so.

This was the first record that Ellie and I worked on
together.  It was my second production. Les Girls was the
first.

We probably made this record for $400 and sold the master
for $1,000.  Wheeeeee, big time music business, huh?  


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 5
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 18:44:55 +0000
   From: "Don Charles" 
Subject: Tony Passalacqua

> And folks who know '50's music as well will pick up
> that Tony Pass[alaqua] was the lead voice of the
> Fascinators ("Chapel Bells"/"Oh, Rose Marie"), wasn't
> he? Two NYC group harmony classics!

Must have singles by Tony Passalacqua:  "Shout My Name"
on Colpix as Tony Richards; "Caravan Of Lonely
Men"/"Wind-Up Toy" on Carlton as Tony Richards; "A
Million Drums"/"Candle In The Wind" and "Write Me A
Letter" on Canadian-American as Tony Mitchell; and
"Spring Fever"/"True, True Love" as Tony Pass on Atco. 
Jeff Barry involvement on all of these as writer and/or
producer.  Tony was one hell of a singer!

Don Charles


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 6
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 01:14:53 EST
   From: Mike Rashkow 
Subject: Re: Tony Pass


> Nice to have you aboard, Mike Rashkow. And folks who
> know '50's music as well will pick up that Tony
> Pass[alaqua] was the lead voice of the Fascinators
> ("Chapel Bells"/"Oh, Rose Marie"), wasn't he? 
> 
Thanks for this.  I only knew him through Ellie. Nice guy.
Nice voice.  Just did this one thing with him. Good job I
thought.


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 7
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 09:20:17 EST
   From: Mike Rashkow 
Subject: Correction

A quick correction to my post on Teddy Randazzo. I
previously wrote that Little Anthony, et al sang on
"Close The Door". However, the Randazzo track they sang
on which I was trying to reference was called "Trick Or
Treat" (also by Teddy and Vicki Pike and also a fine
piece). To clarify, Little Anthony did NOT sing on Close
the Door. 

Close The Door was released I think, but Trick Or Treat
never escaped to my knowledge, thought again, I have an
acetate of it in the vault.

MCR


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 8
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 13:05:07 -0800
   From: Alan Gordon 
Subject: Re: Robin Ward

Mick Patrick wrote:

> Robin Ward's smash hit of the winter of 1963/4,
> "Wonderful Summer", was one of the most heavenly
> pieces of pop music ever recorded.  "Winter's Here"
> was even better.  "Johnny, Come And Get Me": superior
> still.  "In His Car": perfection on wheels. Robin
> Ward's records were wonderfully produced at Gold Star
> by Perry Botkin who usually wrote the songs too.  The
> playing was faultless.

I agree.  Wonderful Summer is a fantastic song.  But I've
never heard anything else by her that was issued on any
compilations.  Didn't Robin do the singing voice of
What'sHerName from The Big Valley in one of those AIP
Beach movies as well?

al babe

Robin Ward Wonderful Summer

--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 9
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 09:43:56 -0800 (PST)
   From: Jane Wade 
Subject: Re: Rydell's backing singers

I have long been a fan of those girls who made Bobby
sound so great. He, in fact, gave them credit on a long
ago t.v. show..He said he'd been nowhere without them and
how great they were. He called them fondly, "my
girls"...They had a great set of pipes! 

Jane

--- Jack Madani wrote:


> A search of the Spectropop Archives came up with the
> answer:
> 
[ http://www.spectropop.com_archive/digest/m425.html
]



--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 10
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 18:53:56 +0000
   From: "Don Charles" 
Subject: Re: Rydell's backing singers

> >P.S. Odd thought - does anyone know who were - or
> >anything about - the three female back-up singers who
> >were on so many Bobby Rydell records on Cameo in the 60's
> >(like "Swingin' School" and "Volare")? Was it always 
> >the same group?

Recalling my own interview with Kal Mann, and a Dee Dee
Sharp interview that was published in Discoveries some
years ago, I can tell you that it was usually the same
group of ladies, though I don't know their names.  They
were middle-aged black gospel singers, probably
associated with the Clara Ward organization, as was Dee
Dee Sharp before she signed with the Cameo label.

Don Charles


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 11
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 21:48:51 EST
   From: Mike Rashkow 
Subject: RE: Robin Ward

It sounds to me like I better get some Robin/Jackie Ward
music before I die clueless.


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 12
Intentionally Deleted


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 13
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 02:09:47 EST
   From: Frank Youngwerth 
Subject: What was the first ever girl-group compilation?

> That (Where the Girls Are!) was the first LP I
> compiled, Jack. It was the brainchild of my colleague
> Andy Croasdell and might have been the first ever
> girl-group compilation album. Anyone know for sure?

It was the second one I bought, first being Dream Babies
on Capitol UK--I just dug that out from my closet and
it's copyright '85, the year after WTGA.

By the way, Mick, were you involved with the early
reissue containing the "Lookin' for Trouble" track that
was listed as being by Big Maybelle, only later to be
corrected?

Frank Youngwerth


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 14
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 23:06:53 +0000
   From: "Spector Collector" 
Subject: S.O.S.

Greetings, music lovers!

In his last post, Mike Rashkow advised us to look for a
single called "S.O.S. (Heart in Distress)," but without
mentioning the artist. For the benefit of anyone whose
appetite he whetted, it's by Christine Cooper, on
Parkway 971, and Mike's right; it's well worth finding.

David A. Young


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 15
   Date: Tue, 06 Nov 2001 13:17:27 +0900
   From: LePageWeb 
Subject: Re: Skirt the Issue

"Phil Chapman" wrote:

> SENSATIONAL POP MINI-SKIRT
> EXCLUSIVE TO THE PURCHASERS OF
> "I'LL TRY ANYTHING" Records or Music

> A maximum skirt length of 24" precluded placing an
> order...

Just the thought of that is funny enough, but after
reading the coupon I am struck by the following:

"We regret that we cannot supply mini-skirts to buyers
who send in a remittance without completing the coupon."

Does this mean "Don't forget to send us the shipping
address, otherwise we won't know where to send it"?

Strange!

I love it - the title of the song "I'll Try
Anything" printed on a skirt. Great conversation opener...

"Pardon me, I couldn't help but notice. Is it really
true that you'll try anything or is that just the title
of your skirt?"

...and now of course everyone around here wants to see a
photo...I wonder if the publisher got paid a print license
fee.

Jamie


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 16
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 08:39:13 +0000
   From: Carole Gibson 
Subject: Re: Skirt the issue

Those skirts did indeed exist and I had one.  Of course I
lost it sometime way back when but then met up with an
old friend this past year and she still had hers.  So I
now have a photo of me and the skirt again.  Just
pretending to wear it this time though, being that I've
put on a couple of inches since I was sixteen!  And does
anyone remember the story of Dusty turning up at Mark
Barkans flat wearing a skirt with the lyrics of Pretty
Flamingo on it?

Carole 


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 17
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 15:56:59 -0000
   From: Peter van Dam 
Subject: Brill Building article

Dear Folks,

I was just informed about Brill Building "oral history"
article in the latest issue of the Vanity Fair Magazine.
alas not available to me, so awaits futher information on this.
thanks,

Peter van Dam

p.s. Any other Dutch collector on this list?
e-mail me privately on
vandampeter@planet.nl


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 18
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 16:09:18 -0800
   From: "Claudia Wilson" 
Subject: The Songmakers Collection DVDis terrific !!

http://store.aetv.com/html/catalog/vp01.jhtml?id=70320


Brill Building era heaven !!


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 19
   Date: Tue, 06 Nov 2001 00:03:09 -0500
   From: John Clemente 
Subject: S.O.S.

Hello All,

Thanks to Mike Rashkow for the validation of the backing
vocals on Christine Cooper's "S.O.S (Heart In Distress)"
on Parkway Records.  That track was recycled onto Teri
Nelson's version for her Kama Sutra LP.

Regards,

John Clemente


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 20
Intentionally Deleted


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 21
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 22:38:15 -0800
   From: "gregg luvoxx" 
Subject: RE: L.A. Spector Lovers

I'm in Hollywood. What about Canters on Fairfax? It has a
long history of rock clientele (Brian Wilson is often
spotted there). And I'm not just saying this because I'm
playing an acoustic gig there this Friday.

Brian Chidester wrote:

> > Who besides me lives in LA?
> 
> I live in the Valley.
> 
> > Any interest in a Spectropop get together?
> 
> Very much so.  Didn't Spector live behind Ben Franks on
> the Sunset Strip?  It is called Mel's Diner now.  I think
> out of the "American Grafitti"/"Happy Days" nostalgia,
> more than anything, but that would be a cool place to
> have some lunch -- at the foot of the old Spector mansion.


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 22
   Date: Tue, 06 Nov 2001 00:47:58 -0500
   From: Tom Waters 
Subject: Del Shannon's girl group and more

Del Shannon's backing singers, that is a good question! I
read somewhere the Ronettes backed him on "The Wamboo"
and the singers on that recording always sounded the same
to me as on the others.  Could it be them? If it isn't, I
don't really have any other guesses.

What about the background singers on Johnny Cymbal's
records, like MarshMallow and some others?  To me, they
sound like the Angels.  Speaking of the Angels, (don't
you love these segues?) why are their mid to late 60's
recordings so hard to find?  I'd love to hear them (along
with the Reparata recordings from the same period which I
also can't find).

Tom


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 23
   Date: Tue, 06 Nov 2001 17:17:57 +0000
   From: "Don Charles" 
Subject: Re: Dusty's miniskirt

Mark Barkan told me this story when I interviewed him. 
Dusty Springfield came to his apartment in order to hear
his new song "I'll Try Anything."  It wasn't the lyrics
of the song on her skirt, though, it was just the title.

Don Charles

Carole Gibson wrote:

> And does anyone remember the story of Dusty turning up
> at Mark Barkans flat wearing a skirt with the lyrics
> of Pretty Flamingo on it?
>
>Carole


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 24
   Date: Tue, 06 Nov 2001 08:07:07 -0800
   From: "Ken Levine" 
Subject: Re: L.A. Spector Lovers

For all the LA Spectropop members interested in a
get-together, my email address is veen@earthlink.net.
Let's coordinate something.

And while I'm here....whatever happened to Joannie
Sommers??


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------


Message: 25
   Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 17:07:25 -0800
   From: "David Ponak" 
Subject: The Liquid Room-10/28/01

The Liquid Room, (usually) 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. 

Mad props to the talented, suave, and attractive Toni
Tucci for filling in for me this past weekend. Coming up
next weekend, Debbie Diamond from the Januaries will be
my guest, and then on 11/18, I'll have the priviledge of
being joined in the studio by none other than Money Mark!

The Liquid Room-11/4/01 (The Tucci Mix)

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

2. Odd Nosdam/Track 28
Mush Filmstrip Frame 1 (Shadow)

3. Margo Guryan/Something's Wrong With The Morning
25 Demos (Franklin Castle)

4. Gak Sato/Green City
Tangram (Temposphere-Italy)

5. Kumar Sanu + Alka Yagnik/Ladki Badi Anjani Hai
The Very Best Of Bollywood Songs (Outcaste-UK)

6. Dave Mackay + Vicky Hamilton/Blues For Hari
The Bombay Jazz Palace (Outcaste-UK)

7. Rubin Steiner/Lo-Fi Nu Jazz #6
Lo-Fi Nu Jazz Volume 2 (Platinum-France)

8. E + E Sounds/Clowns (Send In The Clowns)
New Testament Of Funk Volume 3 (Acid Jazz-UK)

9. Saint Etienne/Only Love Can Break Your Heart
Smash The System (Heavenly-UK)

10. Bertrand Burgalat/TSOM
The SSSound Of Music (Emperor Norton)

11. Brigitte Fontaine/God's Nightmare
Kekeland (Virgin-France)

12. Money Mark/Use Your Head
Change Is Coming (Emperor Norton)

13. Mo Horizens/Hit The Road Jack (Pe Na Estrada)
Remember Tomorrow (Stereo Deluxe-Germany)

14. The Mamas & The Papas/Boys And Girls Together
All The Leaves Are Brown: The Golden Era Collection (MCA)

15. Mickey 3D/2-3 Jour a Paris
La Treve (Virgin-France)

16. Terminal 3/Blue Eyed Beat Banging Soul
Latin Travels (Six Degrees)

17. The Miracles/Ain't Nobody Straight In L.A.
Mojo Club Volume 10 (Universal-Germany)

18. Pulser SG Meets Johnny Hallyday/Noir C'est Noir
The Remix Album Part 2 (Universal-Germany)

19. DJ Spiller/Batucada (Elusive Samba Vocal)
Groovejet EP (Atlantic)

20. Scott Walker/The Old Man's Back Again
Scott 4 (Fontana)

21. The Troublemakers/Hum Hum
Doubts & Convictions (Guidance)

22. Benjamin Biolay/Les Ceris Volants
Rose Kennedy (Virgin-France)

23. Kid Koala & Dynomite D/Third World Lover
Bombay 2: Electric Vindaloo (Motel)

24. Shawn Lee/Happiness (Ashley Beedle's Secret Beach 
Bossa Mix)
Future Sounds Of Jazz Volume 8 (Compost-Germany)

The Liquid Room Love Hour

25. Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra/The Look Of Love
Pioneers (Epic/Sony-Japan)

26. Los Chicharrons/Summer Fever
Blow For Me Blow For You (Tummy Touch-UK)

27. Ohio Players/Sweet Sticky Thing
Gold (Mercury)

28. Clementine/Pillow Talk
En Prive (Sony-Japan)

29. Maxwell/For Lovers Only
Now (Columbia)

30. Titan/Honey
Elevator (Virgin)

31. The Magnetic Sounds/Flash
Super Erotica (EMI-Brazil)

32. Soulstance/Riding The Mambo
Truth, Simplicity & Love (Shakti)

33. Belvedere Meets Marcos Valle/Crickets Sing For 
Anamaria
The Remix Album Part 2 (Universal-Germany)

34. Kalliopi Vetta/Concert For One Voice
Excusion 2 (Virgin-France)

35. Fantastic Plastic Machine/Closing 
Theme~Je T'aime...Moi Non Plus
A life Of Cityboys (1997 Soundtrack) (Trattoria-Japan)

36. Paul Williams/Mornin' I'll Be Movin' On
Someday Man (Reprise)


--------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]--------------------
End


Click here to go to The Spectropop Group


Spectropop text contents copyright Spectropop unless stated otherwise. All rights in and to the contents of these documents, including each element embodied therein, is subject to copyright protection under international copyright law. Any use, reuse, reproduction and/or adaptation without written permission of the owners is a violation of copyright law and is strictly prohibited. All rights reserved.