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December 29, 2007

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EasyEW

This one is NOT getting enough love...it's worth it just to know that Jim Dandy followed up his wobbly tempo "Let It Be" knockoff with a what sounds to me like a wobbly tempo "Come and Get It" knock-off. And of course, worlds getting swallered by fire...

Jonas Fielding

This is a great way to ring in the new year - a superb, varied selection of tracks. i also love the Jim Dandy numbers - mad garage at its best - and i'm starting to like the Peter Dymond and Ronnie Smith tracks (which worries me!) although a lot of them are just so annoying catchy.

adam unknown

since this post:

i had great fun as i drove around silverlake and los feliz fake-hysterically laughing whilst blasting the jingle bells song and pointing at people as i drove by - (looked as if i was laughing like a maniac)

also the song, "trip on cruise" is my favorite, anyone know more about Jo Beecham??
was this song made for a cruise ship or vacation getaway resort or something? link to the lyrics? thanks - this whole set is fab...xoxo adam

cathi

I am loving the song The Cuckoo by Larry and Shirley, anyone know how I can could find publishing or label info on it? My searches are turning up nothing!! Thanks.

David Holt

That Tina King track is the most wretched thing I've ever heard, and I've listened to everything on both years of 365 Days. I really don't feel well at all now.

Eric Storm

Hi, on your page headed Dec 29th 2007, track no 26, I was the Nick of Nick and Nichola. Made me laugh to hear it again after all these years. Incidentally the line that you quote is actually: 'I've lost my interest in sex, 'GROUPS' like Tyrannosaurus Rex....Best, Eric.

David Noades

Hi Eric. So you were the Nick of Nick and Nichola fame! Thanks for letting us know the real lyrics, I didn't think my interpretation could be right. Can you tell us something about Nick and Nichola: Were you around for long? Did you release any other records? Was there an N&N album?

K HARPER

IN RESPONSE TO YOUR INFORMATION ON TINA KING. WHEN I GROW UP WAS THE B SIDE TO HER RECORD RELEASE OF 'YOU'RE MY HONEY' WHICH WAS WRITTEN BY THE WRITER OF CLIFF RICHARDS 'DEVIL WOMAN' AND RELEASED BY TINA AT THE AGE OF 12. AT NO POINT WAS TINA TRYING TO FOLLOW IN LENA ZAVARONI'S FOOTSTEPS AND WENT ON TO ENJOY A LONG AND SUCCESFUL CAREER IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY.

David

K Harper - If you have more information on Tina King and what she went on to do, please tell us!

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