Wednesday, May 11, 2022

LUCKY DIP # 106

 

LUCKY DIP # 106

Lucky Dip's will be a mystery gift to those who choose to pick them up. 


Today's topic: EARTH


Stephen's Quote Of The Day:   “Our break came when Quincy Jones used the instrumental break from our song, “See What My Love Can Do,” on the soundtrack for the Steve McQueen version of “The Getaway”.”    ...Robbie Dunbar [Earthquake + Beserkley Records] 


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11 comments:

  1. “Our break came when Quincy Jones used the instrumental break from our song, “See What My Love Can Do,” on the soundtrack for the Steve McQueen version of “The Getaway”.”

    The band sued Jones, and the money he paid the band provided the seed money for Beserkley, one of the first indie music labels.

    Robbie Dunbar [Earthquake + Beserkley Records]

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  2. Always a fan of the Beserkley Recods Label.

    How about a "Beserkley" Collection?
    Rubinoos......Jonathan Richman - Modern Lovers etc.

    Cheers
    Stephen

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    1. Oooooh. I like your thinking Stephen.
      Lets see what I can do . The label had a relatively small roster of artists so a smaller compilation set may be worth a go. Or simply a set of albums for Lucky Dips.
      Cheers.

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    2. Lets go for both!

      There were some Beserkley released compilations in different parts of the world which were pretty good, and of course some great albums (and singles) by individual artists.
      Im a huge Rubinoos and Modern Lovers fan as well as others.

      Cheers
      Stephen

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  3. Another great surprise. Thanks my friend. Best wishes.

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  4. Hi BB,
    The tracks from Earth Quake - Why Don't You Try Me [1972] are missing :(
    The folder name indicates that it contains both Earth Quake & Why Don't You Try Me, but contains only the first album...
    I thought you might like to know.

    BigD

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    1. Hi Big Dave.
      My apologies.
      It is only the first album. Why Don't You Try Me [1972] will appear in another set.
      Cheers.

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  5. No worries,
    I'll look forward to it... thanks BB

    BigD

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