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TOPIC: Day 71
Day 71 2 Months, 1 Week ago  
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Little Sausage

Re:Day 71 2 Months, 1 Week ago  
"You've Lost That Loving Feeling"
(Phil Spector, Cynthia Weil & Barry Mann)

jk I love your version of this song.. it's quite mad and berserk... I've never heard it done like this before...
Images come to mind of....
Tribal drums echoing across the islands
Frantic dancing by the natives around the melting pot
In one corner is a string section and in the other corner is the brass ensemble..

Meanwhile the tom toms are a pounding and the guitars are a blazing..

This track may not have been a seller but it could well be a sizeable streamer..

One good thing about the music streaming model is that music fans are more willing to stream the unusual and quirky
whereas in the older model of purchase and download people were more discerning about spending their 99p on a song (on iTunes).

So this is where the music streaming model is good.. people will click to play anything that captures their interests..
(On Apple and Spotify you earn royalties after ~ 30 seconds of track-play)

JK maybe consider creating some personal playlists on Apple Music and Spotify, kind of like putting together albums,
as playlists are a good way to get people to listen to a greater number of songs in your Jonjo Music / UK Records back catalogue.

and now to today's jk choice song.. found this on the internet..
Jonathan King - The Kung Fu Anthem - UK Records (1973)
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Green Man

Re:Day 71 2 Months, 1 Week ago  
The song is Marmite. My mother loved it my father found it dreary. I'm not a fan but can appreciate it and I can understand why it was a success. 1960s music has gigantic catalogue of nuggets, pysch, pop, 'early metal', surf, rock, soul and underground stuff that's totally obsecure and pretty much forgotten. I never heard of Joe Meek until Andrew, let me borrowed his CDs. ( In Which I still got)
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