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TOPIC: Day 73
Day 73 2 Months, 1 Week ago  
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Little Sausage

Re:Day 73 2 Months, 1 Week ago  
jk another marvellous daily diary episode and good subject about doing "interpretations (covers)" of popular songs..

I know from the titles I've heard that you have done some radically different interpretations of songs..
a couple of examples..
"Sugar Sugar" Sakkarin - a heavy metal bubblegum punk quasi Instrumental
"In The Mood" Sound 9418 -a fusion of swing and then dives into a pop Reggae feel

"Rag Doll"
(Bob Crewe & Bob Gaudio)

Agree with what you say about the lyrics..

Hey today's little jk gem...

Watch this video.. there's footage of JK at a London record shop asking people whether they'd buy a record if
they knew the artist billed on the record wasn't actually playing the instruments on the record.

The comments are quite interesting..
Jonathan King Archive3 1967 UK TV Good Evening Love Affair
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Little Sausage

Re:Day 73 2 Months, 1 Week ago  
jk mentioned on the video a couple of his session musicians and I looked up this one.

Session Guitarist: Jim Sullivan

Sullivan was featured on the Love Affair's "Everlasting Love" (1968), which was exposed to the detriment of the group on a TV show by Jonathan King.

Here's the link to the story

Fascinating reading..
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