|Big Saturday performed by The Jazz Butcher
|Good Fruit performed by Hefner
: Good taste my friend! That is one of my favourite Hefner songs. Should have been a huge hit, it only made number 50 in the UK charts for 1 week. It did go straight in at 1 in the indie charts though!
|i don't want another man performed by the feminine complex
|I'm Alive performed by Don Fardon
: Very swinging indeed...never heard of Don...I'm gonna track him down though.
Very American 1969 sound...for a Scottish guy.
: I thought he was English, not Scottish! Anyhow, I have
two 45s by him, "Indian Reservation" and "Lola". Of course, Paul Revere and the Raiders covered "Indian Reservation" and had a number one hit. Fardon isn't well known here in the U.S.
|Love and Pride performed by KING
|Love so fine performed by Roger Nichols and the Small Circle of Friends
: I couldn't agree more. This is the epitome of what Pizzicato Five were trying to recreate in the early 90's.
: I didn't realize someone had picked this one already! I spelled it "&" instead of "and". Excellent choice!
|Make The Madness Stop performed by Free Design
: No, you have it backwards, because your emotions get in the way. Understandable though, with this group, and particularly this song (which is one of my all-time faves). It "blows your mind but not completely..." is what I like to say. Stereolab have always worn their influences on their sleeves, from the Beach Boys to Can. And it seems like I should explain by saying that they are a gateway group for so many young people to discover older pop, but shallow as some are, they only like the FD songs that sound like more contemporary artists. Not that it's a super bad thing, just a little dissapointing, considering the depth and beauty of this groups entire body of work... Dig?
|Maybe in the next life performed by Cinnamon
: I'm a big fan of this song as well. The album this if from, Vertigo, is worth picking up if you can find it. Louis Philippe arranged the strings on it with Burgalat producing. I hope this isn't all we are going to hear from Cinnamon.
|Middle Of The Road performed by The Pretenders
|My Town performed by Michael Stanley Band
|Power in the Darkness performed by Tom Robinson Band
|Something Better Change performed by The Stranglers
|Until I Believe in my Soul performed by Dexys Midnight Runners