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  1. Ha, well done. I knew I had this. The bizarre thing is that last night on the radio I played four different kangaroo records and forgot to pull out this one!!
  2. I'm 99 percent sure I have this backing track as a different song...different singer, different lyrics. I...just...can't...put it together. Any other clues?
  3. Backing track sounds super familiar to me but not vocal. Can't quite place it, though.
  4. I realize that most (not all!) of these are near impossible, but I'm still trying to shake some loose. Cash waiting for clean original copies of the following (not for all of them at once, of course!): Lil Bob & the Lollipops, Peaches Originals, Young Train Benny Spellman, Spirit of Loneliness Gambrells, You Better Move Lynn Williams, It Takes Two Don Hart, Turn Back Donna King, Take Me Home Betty Turner, The Winds Kept Laughing Norma Jenkins, Airplane Song Jesse Butler, It's My Business Senator Jones, Do You Love Me JT Parker, If
  5. Geoff, I'm not aware of the repro. Which sides are on it?
  6. There are two original issues of "Oh Lover" with different flips. The one with "Acting Up" (the one you have, presumably) is much rarer.
  7. I realize that most (not all!) of these are near impossible, but I'm still trying to shake some loose. Cash waiting for clean original copies of the following (not for all of them at once, of course!): Lil Bob & the Lollipops, Peaches Originals, Young Train Benny Spellman, Spirit of Loneliness Gambrells, You Better Move Lynn Williams, It Takes Two Zircons, Was It Meant to Be This Way Donna King, Take Me Home Betty Turner, The Winds Kept Laughing Norma Jenkins, Airplane Song Jesse Butler, It's My Business Senator Jones, Do You Love Me
  8. I think most Americans who like this one prefer the deep side. (At least that's why I have it.)
  9. I realize that most (not all!) of these are near impossible, but I'm still trying to shake some loose. Cash waiting for clean original copies of the following (not for all of them at once, of course!): Lil Bob & the Lollipops, Peaches Originals, Young Train Benny Spellman, Spirit of Loneliness Gambrells, You Better Move Lynn Williams, It Takes Two Zircons, Was It Meant to Be This Way Donna King, Take Me Home Betty Turner, The Winds Kept Laughing Norma Jenkins, Airplane Song Jesse Butler, It's My Business Senator Jones, Do You Love Me
  10. I've been after Theron & Darrell for years, but this was just too much.
  11. Cash waiting for clean copies of the following (not for all of them at once, of course!): Lil Bob & the Lollipops, Peaches Benny Spellman, Spirit of Loneliness Lynn Williams, It Takes Two Norma Jenkins, Airplane Song Jesse Butler, It's My Business Senator Jones, Do You Love Me Lester Tipton, This Won't Change Lee Parker, Boy Meets Girl Ravins, Your Love Is What I Want Joni Wilson, The Loser's Seat The Singers, You Gotta Go Randolph Walker, 40 Love Street Jackie Harris, Peace Chuck Collins, Your Heart Wasn't in It
  12. It's the kind of untrained style of singing too...I feel like it would sit nicely beside Richard Hell's "I'm Your Man."
  13. Damn, I'm jealous you sorted your Forty Love Street! I still need one of those. Curious: Is there a difference between stock and promo on the Barbara & Brenda? You're just trying for a run of Dynamo white promos or something?
  14. There's some speculation above on this thread about Chess getting cold feet about the marketing possibilities for a record by an artist with a Jewish-sounding name and thus removing his full name from the label. That makes zero sense, as they ended up inserting the word "Yiddish" as part of his nickname.... "Only Girl I Had" is very far from soul to my ears. I've always thought it sounded like a Richard Hell & the Voidoids outtake. "In New York City" is decent outsider R&B.
  15. I tried asking Amnon a few different times many years ago how he got hooked up with Willie Dixon and Chess, and all I could get out of him were variations on "Those were the days."

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