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2003-11-06 02:22:00+00:00 - Lorne singing "Don't Leave Me This Way" where can I find it? - (Lady Berries <mistie@meec.com>)


Could someone let me know if they could send me or tell me where to get an .mp3 or even a .wav file of Lorne (Andy H.) singing "Don't Leave Me This Way", from the episode "Life of the Party". Thanks in advance for any info. If you want to e-mail it to me, I'll send you my address. thanks again, L B

2003-11-07 21:26:57-06:00 - Re: Lorne singing "Don't Leave Me This Way" where can I find it? - (That T Woman <ThatT@notyahoo.com>)


"Lady Berries" <mistie@meec.com> wrote in message news:drbjqvc82uvr2tr3v7n28kebvn5f7ot1pe@4ax.com... > Could someone let me know if they could send me or tell me where to > get an .mp3 or even a .wav file of Lorne (Andy H.) singing "Don't > Leave Me This Way", from the episode "Life of the Party". Thanks in > advance for any info. If you want to e-mail it to me, I'll send you > my address. > > thanks again, > L B 1) Download the episode. 2) Use a program like Easy Video Splitter (which you can download) to make a small file of just that part of the episode. 3) Use Virtual Dub (which you can also download) to strip the audio into a separate file. I think you can get it to save the audio as either a mp3 or a wav file. A lot of work but you're the one who wants the song. Of course, you can also wait until ME puts out a songs of AtS album.

2003-11-08 06:32:02+00:00 - Re: Lorne singing "Don't Leave Me This Way" where can I find it? - (Jeff <Jeffreymah@hotmail.com>)


Whats the song name? and who sang it originally? Jeff "That T Woman" <ThatT@notyahoo.com> wrote in message news:vqoojm865dp222@corp.supernews.com... > > "Lady Berries" <mistie@meec.com> wrote in message > news:drbjqvc82uvr2tr3v7n28kebvn5f7ot1pe@4ax.com... > > Could someone let me know if they could send me or tell me where to > > get an .mp3 or even a .wav file of Lorne (Andy H.) singing "Don't > > Leave Me This Way", from the episode "Life of the Party". Thanks in > > advance for any info. If you want to e-mail it to me, I'll send you > > my address. > > > > thanks again, > > L B > > 1) Download the episode. > > 2) Use a program like Easy Video Splitter (which you can download) to make a > small file of just that part of the episode. > > 3) Use Virtual Dub (which you can also download) to strip the audio into a > separate file. I think you can get it to save the audio as either a mp3 or > a wav file. > > A lot of work but you're the one who wants the song. > > Of course, you can also wait until ME puts out a songs of AtS album. > > >

2003-11-08 09:17:47-05:00 - Re: Lorne singing "Don't Leave Me This Way" where can I find it? - (Cyn <tan2002@bellsouth.net>)


"Don't Leave Me This Way" and the one I remember was by Thelma Houston (Whitney's aunt) -- *********************************************** "Always tell them the truth, it's the one thing they'll never believe." Andy Sipowitz - NYPD Blue Donate by just clicking on a button at the following sites: http://www.thebreastcancersite.com http://www.thehungersite.com http://www.thechildhealthsite.com http://www.therainforestsite.com http://www.theanimalrescuesite.com "Jeff" <Jeffreymah@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:C50rb.339218$pl3.127536@pd7tw3no... > Whats the song name? and who sang it originally? > > Jeff > > "That T Woman" <ThatT@notyahoo.com> wrote in message > news:vqoojm865dp222@corp.supernews.com... > > > > "Lady Berries" <mistie@meec.com> wrote in message > > news:drbjqvc82uvr2tr3v7n28kebvn5f7ot1pe@4ax.com... > > > Could someone let me know if they could send me or tell me where to > > > get an .mp3 or even a .wav file of Lorne (Andy H.) singing "Don't > > > Leave Me This Way", from the episode "Life of the Party". Thanks in > > > advance for any info. If you want to e-mail it to me, I'll send you > > > my address. > > > > > > thanks again, > > > L B > > > > 1) Download the episode. > > > > 2) Use a program like Easy Video Splitter (which you can download) to make > a > > small file of just that part of the episode. > > > > 3) Use Virtual Dub (which you can also download) to strip the audio into a > > separate file. I think you can get it to save the audio as either a mp3 > or > > a wav file. > > > > A lot of work but you're the one who wants the song. > > > > Of course, you can also wait until ME puts out a songs of AtS album. > > > > > > > >

2003-11-09 06:10:16-05:00 - Re: Lorne singing "Don't Leave Me This Way" where can I find it? - (Cyn <tan2002@bellsouth.net>)


soooo sorry I'd always heard that Thelma was Whitney's aunt....her father's baby sister. was listed when they talked about her other famous cousin Dionne Warwick. if I ruffled feathers, so sorry! Cyn -- *********************************************** "Always tell them the truth, it's the one thing they'll never believe." Andy Sipowitz - NYPD Blue Donate by just clicking on a button at the following sites: http://www.thebreastcancersite.com http://www.thehungersite.com http://www.thechildhealthsite.com http://www.therainforestsite.com http://www.theanimalrescuesite.com "David Samuel Barr" <dsbarr@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:3FADEA64.64EE@mindspring.com... > Cyn wrote: > > > > "Jeff" <Jeffreymah@hotmail.com> wrote in message > > news:C50rb.339218$pl3.127536@pd7tw3no... > > > > > Whats the song name? and who sang it originally? > > > > "Don't Leave Me This Way" and the one I remember was by Thelma Houston > > (Whitney's aunt) > > > 1) The song was originally recorded by Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes. > > 2) Thelma Houston is not in any way related to Whitney Houston. > >

2003-11-09 10:01:40+00:00 - Re: Lorne singing "Don't Leave Me This Way" where can I find it? - (David Samuel Barr <dsbarr@mindspring.com>)


Cyn wrote: > > "Jeff" <Jeffreymah@hotmail.com> wrote in message > news:C50rb.339218$pl3.127536@pd7tw3no... > > > Whats the song name? and who sang it originally? > > "Don't Leave Me This Way" and the one I remember was by Thelma Houston > (Whitney's aunt) 1) The song was originally recorded by Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes. 2) Thelma Houston is not in any way related to Whitney Houston.

2003-11-10 02:37:16+00:00 - Re: Lorne singing "Don't Leave Me This Way" where can I find it? - (David Samuel Barr <dsbarr@mindspring.com>)


Cyn wrote: > > soooo sorry > I'd always heard that Thelma was Whitney's aunt....her father's baby > sister. was listed when they talked about her other famous cousin > Dionne Warwick. > > if I ruffled feathers, so sorry! There's nothing to apologise for. It's simply a piece of bad information that has been widely repeated, like the incorrect claim that Bob Dylan took his professional surname from Dylan Thomas. Houston herself debunks it at http://www.sdbuzz.com/entertain/music/127_thelma.html

2003-11-10 14:11:18+00:00 - Re: Lorne singing "Don't Leave Me This Way" where can I find it? - (tsd@asteroids.gpcc.itd.umich.edu)


In article <3FADEA64.64EE@mindspring.com>, David Samuel Barr <dsbarr@mindspring.com> wrote: :Cyn wrote: :> :> "Jeff" <Jeffreymah@hotmail.com> wrote in message :> news:C50rb.339218$pl3.127536@pd7tw3no... :> :> > Whats the song name? and who sang it originally? :> :> "Don't Leave Me This Way" and the one I remember was by Thelma Houston :> (Whitney's aunt) : : :1) The song was originally recorded by Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes. : :2) Thelma Houston is not in any way related to Whitney Houston. I believe its Dionne Warwick who is related to Whitney Houston. She's her aunt. --

2003-11-11 10:31:25+00:00 - Re: Lorne singing "Don't Leave Me This Way" where can I find it? - (David Samuel Barr <dsbarr@mindspring.com>)


Tammy Stephanie Davis wrote: > > In article <3FADEA64.64EE@mindspring.com>, > David Samuel Barr <dsbarr@mindspring.com> wrote: > :Cyn wrote: > :> > :> "Jeff" <Jeffreymah@hotmail.com> wrote in message > :> news:C50rb.339218$pl3.127536@pd7tw3no... > :> > :> > Whats the song name? and who sang it originally? > :> > :> "Don't Leave Me This Way" and the one I remember was by Thelma > :> Houston (Whitney's aunt) > : > : > :1) The song was originally recorded by Harold Melvin & The Blue > :Notes. > : > :2) Thelma Houston is not in any way related to Whitney Houston. > > I believe its Dionne Warwick who is related to Whitney Houston. She's > her aunt. Dionne Warwick is Whitney Houston's cousin, not her aunt. Their mothers are sisters.

2003-11-11 11:17:28+00:00 - Re: Lorne singing "Don't Leave Me This Way" where can I find it? - (dalecue <pdgill@spamxerworldnet.att.net>)


Tammy Stephanie Davis wrote in message ... >In article <3FADEA64.64EE@mindspring.com>, >David Samuel Barr <dsbarr@mindspring.com> wrote: >:Cyn wrote: >:> >:> "Jeff" <Jeffreymah@hotmail.com> wrote in message >:> news:C50rb.339218$pl3.127536@pd7tw3no... >:> >:> > Whats the song name? and who sang it originally? >:> >:> "Don't Leave Me This Way" and the one I remember was by Thelma Houston >:> (Whitney's aunt) >: >: >:1) The song was originally recorded by Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes. >: >:2) Thelma Houston is not in any way related to Whitney Houston. IIRC it is 'Sissy Houston' who is Whitney mom - she was a member of the Sweat Inspiratiions who had one self-titled hit in the 60s - but went on to become the backup group for Elvis - who is reported to be dead > >I believe its Dionne Warwick who is related to Whitney Houston. She's >her aunt. > >--

2003-11-12 09:10:56+00:00 - Re: Lorne singing "Don't Leave Me This Way" where can I find it? - (David Samuel Barr <dsbarr@mindspring.com>)


dalecue wrote: > > Tammy Stephanie Davis wrote in message ... > >In article <3FADEA64.64EE@mindspring.com>, > >David Samuel Barr <dsbarr@mindspring.com> wrote: > >:Cyn wrote: > >:> > >:> "Jeff" <Jeffreymah@hotmail.com> wrote in message > >:> news:C50rb.339218$pl3.127536@pd7tw3no... > >:> > >:> > Whats the song name? and who sang it originally? > >:> > >:> "Don't Leave Me This Way" and the one I remember was by Thelma > >:> Houston (Whitney's aunt) > >: > >: > >:1) The song was originally recorded by Harold Melvin & The Blue > >:Notes. > >: > >:2) Thelma Houston is not in any way related to Whitney Houston. > > IIRC it is 'Sissy Houston' who is Whitney mom - she was a > member of the Sweat Inspiratiions who had one self-titled hit > in the 60s - but went on to become the backup group > for Elvis - who is reported to be dead > > >I believe its Dionne Warwick who is related to Whitney Houston. > >She's her aunt. OK, kiddies, pay attention, 'cause I'm only gonna do this once: The sisters are: 1) Lee Drinkard Warrick, mother of Marie Dionne (p/k/a Dionne) and Delia (p/k/a Dee Dee). A typographical error changed Warrick to Warwick on Dionne's first single release on Scepter Records, and both girls adopted that change. 2) Emily "Cissy" Drinkard Houston, mother of Whitney. That makes Cissy Dionne's aunt, Lee Whitney's aunt, and Whitney the cousin of Dionne & Dee Dee. Both Lee and Cissy were members of their family's gospel group, The Drinkard Singers. The Sweet Inspirations had their roots in The Gospelaires, a group founded by Dionne & Dee Dee (later joined by Cissy), although its history is told differently in every source, being as convoluted as the many personnel changes that arose as various of its members went on to successful solo careers. The net result was that during the 60s they became one of the top recording session backup groups of the decade (known in the industry simply as The Group), which in 1967 led to their own featured career as The Sweet Inspirations (the source of the name is similarly contradicted in various accounts). They placed eight singles on the pop charts (nine on the R&B charts), and as noted above, some of their work included working with Elvis as both backup group and concert warm-up act (as they also did for Aretha Franklin). Cissy went solo in 1970, and is probably best known for her 1978 club hit, "Think It Over".