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Today 12:55 PM

British Invasion Acts Doing Their Versions Of Motown Songs:

Which of them did and with what songs??


I'll start with this one: The Zombies 1965:

YOU'VE REALLY GOT A HOLD ON ME

Today 10:33 AM

Motown, The Brits, The 80s

As a bit of a companion to the British Invasion thread - the 80s had some good moments too ..

The Hollies - with Graham Nash back for the "What Comes Around" sessions - "Stop! In The Name Of Love"....
03-02-2021 09:44 AM

Songs with dances in the title

Mickey's Monkey
Twistin' Postman
Come On Do the Jerk
Can You Jerk Like Me?
Shotgun
Hitchhike

All of the above songs were original compositions released on various Motown labels, and all contain the names of dances.

I know there are more. Can you name more songs released by Motown that contain the names of dances that are NOT covers?
Yesterday 08:56 PM

Hattie Littles

Apologies if this has been discussed before, but I am astounded by the quality of MU62: Girls, especially the Hattie Littles cuts.

Anyone know why she didn't get more singles released during her motown [[gordy) tenure?

IMO enough material for a decent album, and better than some similar releases of the period....
Today 10:45 AM

Lou Rawls' 1974 LP 'She's Gone' Now On Streaming Platforms

Here's Lou's barn-burner version of 'You Don't Miss Your Water', the lp's opening cut -

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