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I've totally played this game with "Spinning Wheel" as recorded by both Blood, Sweat and Tears and by the fabulicious Peggy Lee. Peggy Lee won.


you blow my mind.
how deep your crates be, boy?
p.s. i'm thinking of sending you an xmas present--not to spoil it or anything but do you have that jean-paul gaultier re-mixed by danny tenaglia 12"?


p.s.s. my vote goes to billy ray only cuz p-orridge creeps my shit.

John H.

Was never one of my favorite BRM tracks, but I admired the concept. Shame that her later stuff got little attention until Junior Vasquez was called back aboard. I miss Billie's voice! Her 18 Carat Garbage had more worth than some divas' entire back catalogues.

Sunny Bunny

Glad to see you doing more music related posts again. I love the top Model, Bobby Brown,etc recaps and the Kitty posts and the miscellaneous commentary and stuff, but I started checking your blog out a while back because of your music posts. You're really awesome!


Throbbing Gristle creeps me out. I got schooled today. But I didn't like it.


Actually, Billie recorded "Persuasion" with Electribe 101 for their unreleased second album. I think that's her best version. She my girl.

you need to hear the Trance Europe Express mix (on I Tunes) it's the version i heard first and nothing has compared to date ....

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What a great article Bert. One of the worst things about this recession is how so many good workers like you, folks with ambition and diligence, how been sidelined.

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We live near the end of a winding mile-long lane through woods with few other houses. If it weren't raining out right now I'd be included to walk down the lane with pumping in hand to scare the bejeebies out of any kids who dared to be out trick or treating.

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When you have a black cat, every day is Halloween. I enjoyed this and I have to admit I would not miss the holiday if it disappeared in the states, too. It lost its charm when the litte fun size candy bars appeared. Cheap!

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