Today 09:59 PM

TV Show Theme Songs

I was wondering if any Motown artists ever sang a theme songs for any tv shows?

I know that Donny Hathaway did the theme song for "Maude", Al Jarreau did the theme song for "Moonlighting", Aretha did the theme song for "A Different World" and Bobby McFerrin did the theme song for a season of "The Cosby Show." That got me wondering about Motown artists.
Today 07:46 PM

Fish ain't bittin' - lamont dozier

Just because. Just because it is a great song.......

Yesterday 03:02 PM

What's your thought on the Andantes replacing vocals on groups

They may be unsung, but they sure suckered us into buying a Four Tops, Martha and the Vandellas, Marvelettes, and worst of all *GASP* a Supremes record.

What's your thoughts on this? Should have this false advertising happened in Motown?

Louvain could give us some input if she's available.
Today 08:48 PM

Any One Still Have Those Small CD 3 Music Disc That Came Out Around the Early 90's?

I have the 3 that I purchased back then. I tried to post a picture but was unable to post it here for some reason. There were other artist available but these are the ones I picked up back then:

Billy Stewart: Summertime, I Do Love You, I'm No Romeo, Sitting In The Park

The Fifth Dimension: Medley Aquarius/Let The Sun Shine In, Stone Soul Picnic, The Flesh Failures, Let It Be Me

The Delfonics: La La Means I Love You, Didn't I Blow Your Mind, Ready Or Not Here I Come

I guess the 3" disc were just a novelty as they didn't seem to take off but they were cute and sounded good. I'll have to check my CD compatible players as I often update equipment. New audio technology is not compatible with these small disc but I think my older 5 disc Sony SACD player will play them. Anyone with more information on this format?

Edit: Picture did post after all but the second one was a mistake.
Today 09:19 PM

Brenda Holloway - "Now Look What You've Done"

A cracking alternate instrumental and the first recorded lead vocal (and also BGs') extended mix from the master, our very own Midnight Johnny, for what would become 'Just Look What You've Done' (Alt title: - Look At Me (See What You've Done) when the second lead vocal was overdubbed and used for the released track (and sounds like used partly on this track) : -

Love it!


Today 05:36 PM

Classic Soul JAMS!

Today is my birthday and with each one I am blessed with I like to look back some. In this case I am looking back at some of the BEST Classic Soul Jams in my opinion. Are you with me? Here's a few that make the cut:

Eddie Floyd - Knock On Wood - 1966


Ralph Terrana

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