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  • The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence

    Does anyone know who performed the opening violin intro to Gene Pitney's song "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence"? Thanks, Mike in PA

    mmgessner 1 day ago

    YOU Are A Holiday, at Mike Pell Rockollections: We are celebrating Birthdays, all around the Calendar. So from me to you, whenever it is, Happy Birthday! You

    radiopell321 1 day ago

    And The Party Is Over, at Mike Pell Rockollections: Well as they say, the Party's Over. This is it for Birthdays anyway- until I get the itch to do it again

    radiopell321 1 day ago
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The Spectropop Group

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Welcome to
The Spectropop Group
a non-commercial organization of multimedia facilities established
for the purpose of education and research. The discussion forum is
the place for on-line enthusiasts of the Brill Building, Girl Groups, West Coast surf and harmony, European and Soft Pop and topics generally
related to the legendary pop music of the pre-Woodstock 60s. Founded in 1997, the group brings together those interested in records made by producers such as Jeff Barry, Curt Boettcher, Bob Crewe, Leiber/Stoller, Jack Nitzsche, Van Dyke Parks, Jerry Ross, Phil Spector, Jimmy Webb and Brian Wilson. Although discussion occasionally wanders outside of the above parameters, members are requested to avoid topics related to rock music. Spectropop is a moderated group, and all the better for it. To ensure discussion remains on-topic, posts are routinely edited by our moderators, all of whom are unpaid volunteers. To keep their workload to a minimum, please take the time to read the full Spectropop Group Guidelines.
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  • 2947
  • 1960s
  • Dec 8, 1999
  • English

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