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ILRS#78 – Boettcher-rama Pt1
Goldebriars – Pretty Girls and Rolling Stones (Epic)
Goldebriars – Shenedoah (Epic
Action Unlimited – My Heart Cries Out (Parkway
Action Unlimited – Thinking To Myself (Parkway)
The Association – Don’t Blame It On Me (Valiant)
The Association – Message of Our Love (Valiant)
The Association – Along Comes Mary (Valiant)
Jacobson and Tansley – Dream With Me (Filmways)
Jacobson and Tansley – I Knew You Back When Babe (Filmways)
Jonathan Moore – I Didn’t Ever Know (Columbia)
Jonathan Moore – London Bridge (Columbia)
Lee Mallory – That’s the Way It’s Gonna Be (Valiant)
Lee Mallory – Many Are The Times (Valiant)
Plastic People – It’s Not Right (Kapp)
Plastic People – This Life of Mine (Kapp)
Something Young – Oh Don’t Come Crying Back To Me (Fontana)
Something Young – The Words I’m Seeking (Fontana)
Summer’s Children – Too Young To Marry (Date)
Summer’s Children – Milk and Honey (Date)
Your Gang – Tomorrow’s Dreams (Mercury)
This month begins (finally) my look at the work of Curt Boettcher as performer, composer, producer and arranger starting in 1964 and moving on into the early 70s.
There are a bunch of very cool obscurities and a couple of utterly non-obscure things, all with that special Boettcher touch.
There will be two more episodes (and maybe more…) next month and then again in December.
It’s time for the 2017 Funky16Corners Pledge Drive.
Since Iron Leg, and the Iron Leg Radio Show podcast are dependent of the continued health of Funky16Corners, and continue under the banner of the Funky16Corners Radio Network, it behooves me to post these links here, too.
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