December 29, 2014

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Oh Sixteen-Oh Seven - Het Leven Is Goed In M´n Brabantse Land / Rotstomp (1979) - single

Nederlandse studio-groep uit Brabant onder leiding van Clemens Duijnstee, met zang van Thijs van der Molen. De groepsnaam was destijds het netnummer van het Brabantse Prinsenbeek, namelijk 01607.
Hun grootste hit is "Het leven is goed in m'n Brabantse land" van eind 1979.




A - Het Leven Is Goed In M'n Brabantse Land  (3:33)
Vocals – Thijs v.d. Molen / Written-By – A. Kraamer, C. Duijnstee, L. Varossieau, P. Nuyten / Producer – Ad Kraamer
B - Rotstomp  (4:00)
Written-By – C. Duijnstee / Producer – Ad Kraamer

Label:  CNR Records
Genre:  Nederlandstalig
Catalog#  141581

(P) 1979
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The New Dutch Organ Group - Holland Disco / The Blue Pillar (1978) - single

“The New Dutch Organ Group" is een studio project van twee Amsterdammers, Gerry Putter en Frank Riesenbeck. Er werden 4 singles uitgebracht, waarvan de single "Holland Disco" een 18e plaats in de top 40 bereikte. Daarnaast werd er een album bij Dureco (GIP) uitgebracht.
“Street Organ Goes Disco”. Het klassieke geluid van het draaiorgel wordt hier samen gesmeed met popmuziek, hetgeen een verrassend resultaat oplevert.


A - Holland Disco  (3:40)
Written-By – Jerry Putter / Producer – Frank Riesenbeck / Engineer – Rob v. Schoonderwalt / Arranged By – Tom Meyer
B - The Blue Pillar  (2:25)
Written-By – Tom Meyer / Producer – Frank Riesenbeck / Engineer – Rob v. Schoonderwalt / Arranged By – Tom Meyer

Label:  GIP Records
Genre:  Organ Disco
Catalog#  GS 36497

(P) 1978
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Tavares - Don´t Take Away The Music (Part 1) / Don´t Take Away The Music (Part 2) (1976) - single

Tavares (also known as The Tavares Brothers) are an American R&B, funk and soul music group, composed of five Cape Verdean-American brothers.
Don't Take Away the Music", whose combination of the group's soulful vocals and harmonies with Perren's glossy, shimmering production have proved enduringly popular. From “Sky High!” their fourth album released in 1976.



A - Don´t Take Away The Music (Part 1)
Written-By – Yarian, Perren, St. Lewis / Producer – Freddie Perren
B - Don´t Take Away The Music (Part 2)
Written-By – Yarian, Perren, St. Lewis / Producer – Freddie Perren

Label:  Capitol Records
Genre:  Soul, Disco
Catalog#  5C 006-85026

(P) 1976
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Jona Lewie - Cherry Ring b/w After We Swun (1977) - single

Jona Lewie (born John Lewis, 14 March 1947 in Southampton, England)  is male vocalist and multi-instrumentalis. He started as a session pianist before forming the group Brett Marvin and the Thunderbolts (alias Terry Dactyl and the Dinosaurs).
His first solo single “Cherry Ring” was released in 1976.




A - Cherry Ring  (2:19)
Written-By – John Lewis / Producer – Jona Lewie
B - After We Swun  (2:56)
Written-By – John Lewis / Producer – Jonh Lewie

Label:  Papillon Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  PLS 15027

(P) 1977
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December 20, 2014

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Howard Jones - Like To Get To Know You Well b/w Bounce Right Back (1984) - single

"Like to Get to Know You Well" is a single by musician Howard Jones released in the second half of 1984, which was subsequently included on his twelve inch remix album “The 12" Album”. The single climbed to number four on the UK Singles Chart and was featured on the soundtrack to the John Cusack movie "Better off Dead" as his character, "Lane Myers" and "Monique" (French foreign exchange student) work on Lane's 1967 Camaro towards the end of the movie. The sleeve carried the motto "Dedicated to the original spirit of the Olympic Games". The extended version, subtitled "International Remix", featured Jones singing in English, German and French. The song was included as a bonus track on the singer's second studio album, “Dream Into Action”.

A - Like To Get To Know You Well (4:00)
Written-by: Howard Jones / Producer: Rupert Hine / Engineered-by: Stephen W. Tayler
B - Bounce Right Back (4:35)
Written-by: Howard Jones / Producer: Howard Jones / Remixed-by: Stephen W. tayler

Label:  WEA Records
Genre:  Synth-pop
Catalog#  249298-7

(P) 1984
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Marianne Faithfull - Tenderness b/w Over Here (1980) - single

Marianne Faithfull began living in New York after the release of the follow-up album to “Broken English”, “Dangerous Acquaintances”, in 1981. The single “Tenderness” doesn´t reached any charts.
Despite her comeback, she was still battling with addiction in the mid-1980s, at one point breaking her jaw tripping on a flight of stairs while under the influence.


A - Tenderness (3:40)
Written-by: M. Faithfull, B. Reynolds / Produced-by: Mark Miller Mundy
B - Over Here (3:35)
Written-by: M. Faithfull, B. Reynolds / Produced-by: Chris Kimsey

Label:  Island Records
Genre:  Dance Pop
Catalog#  103877

(P) 1980
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The Boomtown Rats - Rat Trap b/w So Strange (1978) - single

It is a rock ballad, telling the tale of a boy called Billy who feels the depressing town he lives in is a "Rat Trap". Geldof mimed the saxophone part on a candelabra, a jest he explained in his autobiography Is That It?: "The Musicians' Union had forbidden me to play saxophone on the video, as obviously I hadn't done so on the record. But I saw a candelabra on the piano at the shoot and I put a mouthpiece in the central candle holder and played it. The impact of video came home when during the next few British gigs kids pulled out candelabras from nowhere and began playing them during the sax solo in 'Rat Trap'". In the music video, various members of the band are seen reading copies of the novel Rat Trap by the Welsh author Craig Thomas, although the book has no connection to the song. The lyric about "pus and grime..." was changed to "blood and tears pour down the drains and the sewers", although Geldof mumbled the line anyway.

A - Rat Trap (5:04)
Written-by: Geldof / Prodyced-by: R.J. Lange
B - So Strange (3:04)
Written-by: Geldof / Produced-by: The Boomtown Rats

Label:  Mercury Records
Genre:  New Wave, Punk
Catalog#  6008530

(P) 1978
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The Ritchie Family - African Queens (part 1) b/w African Queens (part 2) (1977) - single

The Ritchie Family is the name of an American vocal group, based in Philadelphia, who achieved several hits during the disco era. The four original members were not related; the group was a creation of Jacques Morali who also formed the Village People. The group took its name from record producer Richie Rome, who added a T to the name and originally consisted of four singers Jean Davis, Cassandra Wooten, Gwen Oliver (who eventually married musician Fred Wesley), and Nadine Felder originally known as Honey & The Bees.
“African Queens” were only mediocre successes, and is a concept album featuring songs of a similar theme as suggested by the album title. The album also featured a long medley, usually running from 15 to 20 minutes.

A - African Queens (part 1)  (3:16)
Written-by: J. Morali, H. Belolo, P. Hurtt / Producer – J. Morali / Executive-Producer – H. Belolo
B - African Queens (part 2)  (3:31)
Written-by: J. Morali, H. Belolo, P. Hurtt / Producer – J. Morali / Executive-Producer – H. Belolo

Label:  Philips Records
Genre:  Disco, Soul
Catalog#  6075018

(P) 1977
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Billie Jo Spears - Stay Away From The Apple Tree b/w Before Your Time (1975) - single

Billie Jo Spears (born Billie Jean Spears, January 14, 1937 – December 14, 2011) was an American country music singer. She reached the Top 10 of the country music chart five times between 1969 and 1977. In 1975, Spears signed again with United Artists Records, now the home to some of country music's pop-based acts like Kenny Rogers. She returned to the charts in 1975 with "Blanket on the Ground". "Stay Away from the Apple Tree" was the follow up single from her album “Billie Jo” (1975). 

A - Stay Away From The Apple Tree (2:46)
Written-by: L. Butler, R. Bowling / Produced-by: Larry Butler
B - Before Your Time (2:49)
Written-by: J.Chesnut / Produced-by: Larry Butler

Label:  United Artists Records
Genre:  Country
Catalog#  5C 006-97559

(P) 1975
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Ronnie Milsap - Daydreams About Night Things b/w (After Sweet Memories) Play Born To Lose Again (1977) - single

Ronnie Lee Milsap (born January 16, 1943) is an American country music singer and pianist. He was one of country music's most popular and influential performers of the 1970s and 1980s. He became country music's first successful blind singer, and one of the most successful and versatile country "crossover" singers of his time, appealing to both country and pop music music markets with hit songs that incorporated pop, R&B, and rock and roll elements. "Daydreams About Night Things" is a song written by John Schweers. It was released in 1975 as the first single from the album “Night Things”. "Daydreams About Night Things" would become Ronnie Milsap's eighth hit on the country chart and his fourth number one on the country chart. It was re-released in 1977, with on the B-side “Play Born To Lose Again”. Both songs vocal accompaniments by: The Jordanaires.

A - Daydreams About Night Things (2:22)
Written-by: John Schweers / Produced-by: Tom Collins and Jack D. Johnson for Gemini Productions
Vocal Accompaniment, The Jordanaires
B - (After Sweet Memories) Play Born To Lose Again (2:59)
Written-by: Kent Robbins / Produced-by: Tom Collins and Jack D. Johnson for Gemini Productions
Vocal Accompaniment, The Jordanaires

Label:  RCA Victor Records
Genre:  Country
Catalog#  PB-10335

(P) 1977
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December 11, 2014

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Ivan Heylen & F.O.G. - De Wilde Boerendochter b/w Electricity (1989) - single

Ivan Francies Heylen (Assenede, 8 februari 1946) is een Vlaams kleinkunstzanger die in 1973 bekend werd dankzij zijn hit De Wilde Boerndochtere. In 1989 maakte hij er een remix van, samen met, Belgian Techno/New Beat project F.O.G.





A - Ivan Heylen - De Wilde Boerendochter  (3:58)
Written-by: I, Heylen / Produced for Dureco by F.D.W.
B - F.O.G. - Electricity  (3:11)
Written-by: F.O.G. / Produced for Dureco by F.D.W.

Label:  Dureco Records
Genre:  Vlaamstalig
Catalog#  1101467

(P) 1989
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Terry Webster - I Want To See You Dancing b/w Rock ´N´ Roll We Love You (1975) - single

Singer, Songwriter, Musician, Record Producer, Vocal Comedy Impressionist. From Rock ´n´ Roll, R&B, Soul Disco Motown. Ex Jet Harris, Rockin Berries, Jive Bunny.






A - I Want To See You Dancing
Written-by: T. Webster / Produced-by: Henry Hadaway
B - Rock ´N´ Roll We Love You
Written-by: T. Webster / Produced-by: Henry Hadaway

Label:  Satril Records
Genre:  Dancepop
Catalog#  NG 734

(P) 1975
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Bram Biesterveld - Dit Is De Mooiste Dag b/w Zonnestraaltje Van Mijn Hart (1976) - single

Bram Biesterveld (Amsterdam, 16 november 1938) is een Nederlands acteur. Bekend o.a. van de Snip en Snaprevue, Amsterdams Volkstoneel en Pommetje Horlepiep. In 1976 bracht hij samen met het Weesper Mannenkoor o.l.v. Wim Kloek en Dameskoor Stad en Land het singeltje “Dit Is De Mooiste Dag” uit.



A - Dit Is De Mooiste Dag  (3:22)
Written-by: H. May, E. Neubach, E, Grevin
B - Zonnestraaltje Van Mijn Hart  (3:17)
Written-by: R. Schweitzer, E. Grevin

Label:  Negram Records
Genre:  Nederlandstalig
Catalog#  NG 2118

(P) 1976
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