November 25, 2014

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The Raiders - Touch Me b/w Who Turned My Name Into A Number (1985) - single

The Raiders (Of The Last Corvette) is een afsplitsing van de band Vitesse.
Bezetting: Carl Carlton (gitaar), Ruud Englebert (basgitaar), Otto Cooymans (toetsinstrumenten)
Hun enige single "Touch Me" bereikte in november 1985 alleen de Tipparade.



A - Touch Me (3:41)
Written-by: C. Carlton, T. Ampere / Produced-by: Nigel Jopson, The Raiders
B - Who Turned My Name Into A Number (3:40)
Written-by: O. Cooymans / Produced-by: The Raiders

Label:  CBS Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  6531

(P) 1985
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Grace Jones - Nipple To The Bottle b/w The Apple Stretching (1982) - single

"Nipple to the Bottle" was the lead single from Jones' sixth studio album, “Living My Life”. The song was released in some territories as a double A-side single with "The Apple Stretching". The front cover uses an image taken from her A One Man Show performance of "Demolition Man", with a group of Grace Jones "look-alikes" marching on across the stage. The song was performed by Grace in Julien Temple's 1983 film It's All True, made for BBC Arena series.

A - Nipple To The Bottle (4:22)
Written-By – S. Dunbar / Producer – Alex Sadkin, Chris Blackwell / Mixed By – Steven Stanley
B - The Apple Stretching (3:33)
Written-By – Melvin Van Peebles / Producer – A. Sadkin, C. Blackwell

Label:  Island Records
Genre:  Reggae
Catalog#  104706

(P) 1982
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Cheap Trick - Stop This Game b/w Who D´King (1980) - single

"Stop This Game" is a single by American rock band Cheap Trick, released as the lead single from their 1980 album “All Shook Up”. The song was written by Rick Nielsen and Robin Zander. The b-side "Who D'King" was featured as the closing track on the same album, written by Bun E. Carlos and Rick Nielsen. Both tracks were produced by George Martin, best known for his extensive involvement on each of The Beatles' original albums.

A - Stop This Game (3:25)
Written-By – R. Nielsen, R. Zander / Producer – Tom Werman
B - Who D´King (2:16)
Written-By – B.E. Carlos, R. Nielsen / Producer – Tom Werman

Label:  Epic Records
Genre:  Hardrock
Catalog#  EPC 9071

(P) 1980
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November 23, 2014

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Jaap Dekker Boogie Set - Wij Zijn Twee Eenzame Cowboys (Ranger´s Rhapsody) b/w Blues In Version (1979) - single

Jaap Dekker (Doesburg, 12 februari 1947) is een van de belangrijkste Nederlandse boogiewoogie pianist, zanger, mondharmonicaspeler, accordeonist en componist. Jaap Dekker is een allround jazz- en boogiewoogie pianist, met een klassieke basisopleiding. Daarnaast is hij een getalenteerd componist en tekstschrijver. Met hits als In Een Groen Groen Knollenland (1972) en Wij Zijn Twee Eenzame Cowboys (1979) weet hij zijn naam blijvend te vestigen.
Diverse singles en elpees verschijnen, die allemaal floppen. Alleen de single “Wij Zijn Twee Eenzame Cowboys”, origineel van Johnny en Rijk uit 1957, bereikte in november 1979 de Nederlandse Tipparade.

A - Wij Zijn Twee Eenzame Cowboys (Ranger´s Rhapsody) (3:42)
Written-By – J. Kraaykamp, R. de Gooyer, J. Dekker
B - Blues In Version (2:40)
Written-By – J. Dekker

Label:  Polydor Records
Genre:  Boogie Woogie, Blues Pop
Catalog#  2050582

1979
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Nico Haak - Bulletje En Bonestaak b/w Ik Hou Van Het Onweer (1981) - single










A - Bulletje En Bonestaak (3:32)
Written-by: Nico Haak, Henk v.d. Molen / Produktie: Nico Haak, Roy Beltman
B - Ik Hou Van Het Onweer (4:20)
Written-by: Nico Haak, Hans v.d. Mortel / Produktie: Nico Haak, Roy Beltman

Label:  Mercury Records
Genre:  Nederlandstalig
Catalog#  6017174

1981
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Clout - Portable Radio b/w Gonna Get It To You (1980) - single

Clout were originally a five-piece, South African million-selling all-girl rock group formed in 1977, and a major success in Europe. Clout were best known for their song, "Substitute". (a new arrangement of a Righteous Brothers song). “Portable Radio” was written by Daryl Hall & John Oates, from their album “X-Static”.



A - Portable Radio (3:03)
Written-by: D. Hall & J. Oates / Produced-by: Graham Beggs / Engineered-by: Ian Martin / A Sunshine Production
B - Gonna Get It To You (3:18)
Written-by: Clout / Produced-by: Graham Beggs / A Sunshine Production

Label:  Carrere Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  49607

1980
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Belle Epoque - Bamalama b/w Taste Of Destruction (1978) - single

Belle Epoque (also referenced in some sources as La Belle Epoque) was the name of a female vocal trio, based in Paris, France. Belle Epoque consisted of lead singer Evelyne Lenton, a French singer who began recording and performing in the early 1960s under the name Evy, as well as two back-up singers. Originally, the back-up singers were Jusy Fortes (also known as Judy Lisboa), originating from Cape Verde, and Marcia Briscoe (also known as Marcia Briscue), hailing from Atlanta, Georgia.However, over time, as Lenton notes, "The girls kept changing with the circumstances."
The group first most popularity during the mid to late 1970s.

A - Bamalama (3:47)
Written-by: A. Weyman, E. Lenton / Produced-by: Prima Linea / Arranged & Conducted-by: Albert Weyman
B - Taste Of Destruction (2:20)
Written-by: A. Weyman, E. Lenton / Produced-by: Prima Linea / Arranged & Conducted-by: Albert Weyman

Label:  Carrere Records
Genre:  Disco
Catalog#  49346

1978
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November 20, 2014

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Geff Harrison - Death Of A Clown b/w 6 4 9 (1976) - single

Geff Harrison (August 24, 1948 in Salford, England) is an English singer, composer and producer. Geff Harrison began his music career in the early 1960s in Manchester/Salford. After joining the bands, The Chasers, Some Other Guys, I Was Drive, 2066 And Then and Kin Ping Meh, he released his first solo album “Salford” in 1976. He gave it the name of his home town of Salford.
The song “Death Of A Clown” was a cover from Ray Davies, written by Ray and Dave Davies from The Kinks.

A - Death Of A Clown (3:30)
Written-by: Ray & Dave Davies / Produced-by: Gorilla Musik
B - 6 4 9 (3:26)
Written-by: Harrison, A. Klober / Produced-by: Gorilla Musik

Label:  Nova Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  6100975

1976
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Valerie Dore - The Night b/w The Night (Instrumental) (1984) - single

Valerie Dore is an Italo disco musical project formed in 1984 by producer Roberto Gasparini. The moniker is now used as a stage name by Monica Stucchi (born May 28, 1963 in Milan). Several hit singles and one album were released under the Valerie Dore name between 1984 and 1986, with studio vocals first provided by Novecento's Dora Nicolosi (née Carofiglio), then Simona Zanini (of Radiorama, Doctor's Cat, and Raggio di Luna/Moon Ray). Thereafter, Stucchi herself voiced her recordings and public appearances. Stucchi lives in Milan, Italy. Prior to her career in music, she worked as graphic designer and was a singer in The Watermelon String Band a bluegrass band led by Bruno Guaitamacchi that played in Milan pubs. She was discovered at age 20 by the Italo producer Roberto Gasparini.
The Valerie Dore project launched in 1984 with "The Night," an Italo disco ballad written by Barbara Lynn Addoms with the Nicolosi brothers from Novecento. With the music produced by Gasparini and Lino Nicolosi, and vocals by Dora Carofiglio, the song was completed in the studio and released as a single. Stucchi provided the public face of the singer, both in print and in "live" lip-synched performances.

A - The Night (3:48)
Written-by: G. Nicolos, B. Addoms / Produced-by: Lino Nicolosi, Roberto Gasparini / Arranged-by: P.E.L. Nicolosi
B - The Night (Instrumental) (3:48)
Written-by: G. Nicolos, B. Addoms / Produced-by: Lino Nicolosi, Roberto Gasparini / Arranged-by: P.E.L. Nicolosi

Label:  Dureco Benelux
Genre:  Italo Disco
Catalog#  4930

1984
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Billy Jones - Get On Down b/w Hold On (1976) - single

Billy Jones (November 20, 1945 - June 10, 1982) was an American soul singer who had his greatest success as a solo artist during the 1970s while based in the Netherlands. Originally he was a singer with Oscar Harris's The Twinkle Stars, which later became Thunderstorm (band).




A - Get On Down (3:20)
Written-by: B. Jones / A Basart Production
B - Hold On (4:02)
Written-by: B. Jones / A Basart Production

Label:  Poker Records
Genre:  Soul, Funk
Catalog#  S 615

1976
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November 19, 2014

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Little River Band - The Night Owls b/w Suicide Boulevard (1981) - single

“The Night Owls” is a song taken from “Time Exposure”, the sixth studio album by Little River Band (LRB), which was released in August 1981. It was the group's last album with Glen Shorrock on lead vocals until 1988.





A - The Night Owls  (3:51)
Written-by: Graham, Boble / Produced-by: George Martin
B - Suicide Boulevard  (3:23)
Written-by: B. Birtles, F. Howson / Produced-by: George Martin

Label:  Capitol Records
Genre:  Soft Rock
Catalog#  1C 006-86414

1981
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November 17, 2014

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The Pack - Muchas Gracias b/w Limelight (1981) - single

“Muchias Gracias” van The Pack, bereikte in november 1981 alleen de nederlandse tipparade. Het nummer was geproduceerd door Chas Jankel, die datzelfde jaar ook wat success had met de singles, “Ai  No Corrida” en “Questionaire”. Verder weinig bekend van dit groepje.




A - Muchias Gracias (3:45)
Written-by: Kenny Young, Chas Jankel / Producer: Kenny Young, Chas Jankel, Chris Warwick
B - Limelight (3:09)
Written-by: Kenny Young, Herbie Armstrong / Producer: Kenny Young

Label:  Friends Records
Genre:  Latin Disco
Catalog#   FRS 010

1981
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November 12, 2014

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The S Band - Guanto La Gusta b/w Get It Down Tonight (1980) - single

Zanger Theo van Es (ex-The Shoes) maakt begin jaren zeventig soloplaten en stort zich in de tweede helft van de jaren zeventig als Theo Vaness op de disco. Onder de naam de S Band maakt hij in de eerste helft van de jaren tachtig twee singles:  “Guanto La Guesta” (een co-productie met Cat Music) (dat wordt opgepikt in Spanje en Frankrijk).



A - Guanto La Gusta (3:27)
Written By – J. Edwards, R. Fleischer / Producer – Cat Music
B - Get It Down Tonight (3:43)
Written By – J. Edwards, R. Fleischer / Producer – Cat Music

Label:  EMI Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  1A 006-26603

1980
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Local Boy - Thriller medley with Owner Of A Lonely Heart b/w I Need A Place (1984) - single










A - Thriller Medley with Owner Of A Lonely Heart (4:37)
Songwriter [Owner Of A Lonely Heart] – Squire, Anderson, Horn, Rabin / Producer – Bob  
One, Stefano Scalera
Songwriter [Thriller] – R. Temperton
B - I Need A Place (4:07)
Written-By – L. Orioli, M. Flores, R. Bais, Trevisani / Producer – Bob One, Stefano Scalera

Label:  Jump Shout Records
Genre:  Disco
Catalog#  JS 4514

1984
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John Cougar Mellencamp - Lonely Ol´ Night b/w The Kind Of Fella I Am (1985) - single

"Lonely Ol' Night" is a rock song written and performed by singer-songwriter John Mellencamp. It appeared on his 1985 album “Scarecrow”, and was released as a single,
The title of "Lonely Ol' Night" was inspired by the 1963 film Hud starring Paul Newman, based on a book by Larry McMurtry. Mellencamp had seen the film many times as a young man, and its portrayal of Newman's character's strained relationship with his father affected Mellencamp deeply, inspiring many of his song ideas.

A - Lonely Ol´ Town (3:44)
Written-By – John Mellencamp / Producer – Don Gehman, Little Bastard
B - The Kind Of Fella I Am (2:55)
Written-By – John Mellencamp / Producer – Don Gehman, Little Bastard

Label:  Mercury Records
Genre:  Rock
Catalog#  880984-7

1985
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Slik - Don´t Take Your Love Away b/w This Side Up (1976) - single

Slik were a Scottish pop group of the mid-1970s, most notable for their UK no. 1 hit "Forever and Ever" in 1976. Initially glam rock, the band later changed their style to soft rock/bubblegum. It was the first band with whom singer and guitarist Midge Ure began to experience musical success, before joining new wave band Ultravox.



A - Don´t Take Your Love Away (4:02)
Written-by: Bill Martin, Phil Coulter / Produced-by: Phil Coulter for Martin-Coulter Productions
B - This Side Up (2:58)
Written-by: Bill McIsaac / Produced-by: Phil Coulter for Martin-Coulter Productions

Label:  Arista Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  NG 797

1976
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Brass Construction - Ha Cha Cha b/w Sambo (1976) - single

Brass Construction was an American funk group formed in Brooklyn, New York in 1968. They were originally known as Dynamic Soul, and went on to record a string of hit singles and albums through to 1985. In 1976 they released “Ha Cha Cha”, the follow-up single for “Movin”.




A - Ha Cha Cha (3:55)
Written-by: R. Muller / Arranged-by: Randy Muller
B - Sambo (5:18)
Written-by: R. Muller / Arranged-by: Randy Muller

Label:  United Artists Records
Genre:  Funk, Soul
Catalog#  5C 006-98667

1976
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November 7, 2014

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De Diskoo-Kits - 3 X 3 = 9 b/w 3 X 3 = 9 (Instrumentaal) (1978) - single

De Diskoo-Kits was een studioproject van Job Maarse, Peter Koelewijn en Will Hoebee met kinderkoor.
Het nummer bereikte in februari 1978 alleen de Tipparade.






A - De Diskoo-Kits 3 X 3 = 9 (4:45)
Written-by - J. Maarse, P. Koelewijn, W. Hoebee / Producer - Born Free / Arranger - Job Maarse Rate
B - De Diskoo-Kits 3 X 3 = 9 (Instrumentaal) (4:45)
Written-by - J. Maarse, P. Koelewijn, W. Hoebee / Producer - Born Free / Arranger - Job Maarse Rate

Label:  Polydor Records
Genre:  Nederlandstalig, Kinderen
Catalog#  2050508

1978
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Jody - Don´t Stay Late b/w If Only We Could Stay Together (Goodbye) (1983) - single

Jody Pijper (Ter Aar, 17 mei 1952) is een Nederlands achtergrond- en solozangeres. Ze heeft ook opgetreden onder de namen Jody en Jody Miles.
Pijper begon haar muzikale carrière in 1972 in Den Haag. Met Robbie van Leeuwen (van Shocking Blue) nam ze in 1973 haar eerste single op. In 1974 speelde ze voor korte tijd bij Jupiter. In de tweede helft van de jaren zeventig was Pijper lid van de studiogroep Rainbow Train, onder leiding van Hans Vermeulen. In dat verband nam ze onder meer muziek op voor Lucifer, Anita Meyer (die ook deel uitmaakte van Rainbow Train) en Peter Hollestelle.
In 1978 vormde Pijper met allerlei studiomuzikanten (onder wie haar zus Lilly Pijper en Peter Hollestelle) The Hachee Band, waaruit Cashmere ontstond. Na verloop van tijd verlieten leden deze band en bleven Jody Pijper en Hollestelle als duo over. In 1979 hadden ze succes met een cover van het door Albert Hammond en Leo Sayer geschreven liedje "Love's what I want". Aan het eind van de jaren zeventig verzorgde Pijper achtergrondzang voor de albums 3 van Jan Akkerman en Slithering van The Blue Band.
Begin jaren tachtig nam Pijper deel aan het door Jaap Eggermont begonnen Stars on 45-project. Ze maakten discoversies van bekende hits. Hun single "Stars on 45", een medley met onder meer muziek van The Beatles en Shocking Blue, werd een nummer één-hit in Nederland en de Verenigde Staten. In 1983 werd haar eerste soloalbum (Jody Miles) uitgebracht met de ballad single “Don´t Stay Late”, wat niet verder kwam dan de Tipparade.

A - Don´t Stay Late (3:21)
Written-by: Ilja Gort / Producer: Dick Bakker / Arranger: Dick Bakker
B - If Only We Could Stay Together (Goodbye) (4:05)
Written-by: A. Hekket, M. Van Der Steen, G. Pijper / Producer: Fred Hekket / Arranger: Fred Hekket

Label:  VIP Records
Genre:  Ballad
Catalog#  110014

1983
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November 4, 2014

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The Temptations – Up The Creek (Without A Paddle) b/w Darling, Stand By Me (Song For My Woman) (1976) - single











A - Up The Creek (Without A Paddle)
Written-by: Jeffrey Bowen, Jim Ford, Truman Thomas / Produced-by: Jeffrey Bowen & Donald Baldwin
B - Darling, Stand By Me (Song For My Woman)
Written-by: D. Edwards, D. English, R. Street, O. Williams / Produced-by: James Carmichael, Suzee Ikeda & Temptations

Label:  Tamla Motown
Genre:  Soul, Funk
Catalog#  5C 006-97777

1976
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The O´Jays - Message In Our Music b/w She´s Only A Woman (1976) - single

"Message In Our Music" was a hit song for the R&B vocal group The O'Jays in 1976 from their album, Message in the Music. Written by famed songwriters Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, it spent a week at number one on the R&B singles chart in October, 1976,






A - Message In Our Music (3:22)
Written-by: K. Gamble, L. Huff / Arranged-by: Bobby Martin / Produced-by: Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff
B - She´s Only A Woman (4:32)
Written-by: J. Whitehead, G. McFadden, V. Carstarphen / Arranged-by: Tony Bell / Produced-by: Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff

Label:  Phialdelphia International Records
Genre:  Soul, Phillysound
Catalog#  PIR 4598

1976
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The Rubettes - Julia b/w Dancing In The Rain (1976) - single











A - Julia (2:52)
Written-by: Richardson, Williams / Produced-by: The Rubettes
B - Dancing In The Rain (2:56)
Written-by: M. Gower / Produced-by: The Rubettes

Label:  State Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  2088022

1976
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