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The Verdict


That's Where I Come In / Mr. Wizard



MP3 album size:

1320 mb

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4.5 ✱


Soul, Boogie

Date of release:


The Verdict - That's Where I Come In / Mr. Wizard album download


A That's Where I Come In 4:15
B Mr. Wizard 3:50

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Siegal / Redmond Music
  • Published By – Madison Street Music


  • Executive-Producer – T*, Tom*
  • Mixed By – Greg The Master, Mickey Mixin' Oliver*
  • Producer – Tom Lewis , Tom Tom 84


No credits shown for writers.
Siegal Redmond Music.
Madison Street Music BMI.

Courtesy of Starville Records.
Nuance Records & Tapes Inc. 1984.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label : A-Side): NU-746A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label : B-Side): NU-746B

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Watch Mr. Wizard is an American television program (1951–1965) for children that demonstrates the science behind ordinary things. The show's creator and on-air host was Don Herbert. At its peak, Watch Mr. Wizard drew audiences in the millions, but its impact was far wider.

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Come My Fanatic. s the second studio album by English heavy metal band Electric Wizard. The album was released in January 1997 on Rise Above Records and was produced by Rolf Startin, Mike Hurst and band member Jus Oborn. It was the group's follow-up to their eponymous album Electric Wizard. Oborn described the release as a reaction to the music on the earlier album, which he had felt was not as heavy as he wanted the group to sound.

One cluey King Gizzard fan has also noticed that running the band’s recent teaser video through Shazam confirms that the song used in the clip is called ‘A New World’, which appears on an album called Murder Of The Universe that’s set for release this year.

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Where I come from isn't all that great My automobile is a piece of crap My fashion sense is a little whack And my friends are just as screwy as me I didn't go to boarding schools Preppy girls never looked at me Why should they? I ain't nobody Got nothing in my pocket. Beverly Hills That's where I want to be (gimme, gimme) Livin' in Beverly Hills Beverly Hills Rollin' like a celebrity (gimme, gimme) Livin' in Beverly Hills

Watch Mr. Wizard, which was aimed at youngsters between 8 and 13, received a Peabody Award in 1953 for young people’s programming. More than 100,000 children were enrolled in 5,000 Mr. Wizard Science Clubs by the mid-1950s. Continue reading the main story. After his children’s program went off the air, Mr. Herbert remained a presence in TV science programming with general-audience shows like How About and Exploration. We cast a boy and a girl to come in and talk with me about science. That’s when it took off. Mr. Herbert once said in an interview how all the kids were just terrific, but they ideally had to be around 11 or 12. Once they got beyond 13, they became know-it-alls. Asked why he didn’t use his own children on his programs, Mr. Herbert replied, Because then I couldn’t fire them. Correction: June 22, 2007. Wizard is an American television program (1951–1965) for children that demonstrated the science behind ordinary things. Watch Mr. Wizard first aired on NBC on March 3, 1951 with Don Herbert as the title character. In the weekly half hour live television show Herbert played a science hobbyist, and every Saturday morning a neighbor boy or girl would come to visit. The children were played by child actors; one of them (Rita McLaughlin) enjoyed a long subsequent acting career.

essential double sider . . . . . . .
Exactly! So nice I got three copies of it :)
Very scarce Chicago soul track only issued on a 7". No details appear on the record stating the writers or musicians names, however the sound is so close that I believe this is Maxx Traxx under a different name. Members of that band can be found sessioning on numerous different artists work, mostly Chicago based, from the late 70's to mid 80's. "That's Where I Come In" is a truly phenomenal track. Check it out here and be sure to pay attention to the superb meaningful lyrics. Pure quality. Thanks, Martin

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