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Cass Elliot – One Way Ticket

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“Our job as entertainers is to ease some pain. So to begin with, you have to know what and where the pain is”.

‘Mama Cass’ Elliot was often described as the queen of L.A. pop society. Her phenomenal voice helped propel the Mamas & the Papas into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and her home in Laurel Canyon was a popular gathering place for the likes of David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Joni Mitchell, and Eric Clapton to name a few.

The Mamas & the Papas released a total of five studio albums and seventeen singles over a four-year period (1965-1968) selling 40 million albums plus 6 Top 10 singles, including classics “California Dreamin” and “Monday, Monday”. The success of the Papa’s cover of the popular standard, “Dream a Little Dream of Me” spurred Elliot’s desire for a solo career and by the end of 1968, the group had split.

Cass guest-hosted for Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show and was a frequent guest on The Mike Douglas Show, The Andy Williams Show, The Johnny Cash Show and many others. Elliot headlined two weeks of concerts at the London Palladium in July of 1974 and soon after died in her sleep at the age of 32 from heart failure. She passed away in a flat on loan from singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson. Four years later, the Who’s drummer Keith Moon would die in that same flat also at the age of 32.

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Contact & Licensing info:
“One Way Ticket” was written by Stephen Lawrence & Bruce Hart
Published by Notable Music Co.(ASCAP)
Contact: Damon Booth / info@notablemusic.net
Administered by Downtown Music Publishing
Contact: Sean McGraw / seanmcgraw@dmpgroup.com
Master Controlled by Universal Music Group.

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Freddy Fresh w/Fatboy Slim – Badder Badder Schwing

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“Badder Badder Schwing”, was released in 1999 by one of the most active and prolific American underground dance music artists of the past 20 years, Minneapolis’s own, Freddy Fresh. In addition to a growing stateside audience, Fresh was also one of the first contemporary non-Detroit techno/electro musicians to have a strong European following.

Freddy Fresh’s fusion of electro & breakbeat funk springboards nicely with the big-beat fad of the late 90′s as demonstrated on his album The Last True Family Man. “Badder Badder Schwing” was a Top 40 hit in the UK and is a Fatboy Slim collaboration. Freestylers and Grandmaster Flash also contribute on this album.

Please enjoy the video HERE.

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Contact & Licensing info:

Master Licensing contact: staticmusic.com

Publishing controlled by Notable Music Co. (Lawrence/Hart) contact: Damon Booth / info@notablemusic.net / Administered by Downtown Music Publishing (ASCAP) / contact: Sean McGraw / seanmcgraw@dmpgroup.com

Publishing controlled by BMG Chrysalis (Freddy Fresh) & by Universal Music (Cook) /

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