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Phil Spector - Part H - "Phil Spector International (PSI) Records"

PHIL SPECTOR INTERNATIONAL.45s

2010 001 (Released May 1975)
JERRI BO KENO:
"Here It Comes (And Here I Go)"
(Spector - Barry)
Producer: Phil Spector
https://youtu.be/xJumn_lmvAM
b/w
"I Don't Know Why"
(Spector - Tempo)
Producer: Phil Spector
https://youtu.be/7TTPsYdq1CM

2010 002 (Released June 1975)
THE CRYSTALS:
"He's A Rebel"
(Gene Pitney)
Lead Vocal: Darlene Love
Back-Up Vocals: The Blossoms
Producer: Phil Spector
Arranger: Phil Spector
https://youtu.be/jbp1h74-RUs
b/w
"I Love You Eddie"
(P. Spector - H. Hunter)
Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
Producer: Phil Spector
Arranger: Phil Spector
https://youtu.be/gesaxB2kAy8

2010 003 (Released July 1975)
THE RONETTES:
"Be My Baby"
(P. Spector - E. Greenwich - J. Barry)
Producer: Phil Spector
Arranger: Jack "Specs" Nitzsche
https://youtu.be/P5PoIljTtFQ
b/w

"Do I Love You"
(P. Spector - V. Poncia - P. Andreoli)
Producer: Phil Spector
Arranger: Jack "Specs" Nitzsche
https://youtu.be/FJ-FoTs6Oqw

2010 004 (No Information Available)

2010 005 (Released June 1975)
DION (DiMucci):
"Make The Woman Love Me"
(Mann - Weill)
Producer: Phil Spector
https://youtu.be/IbdFndx3xPo
b/w
"Running Close Behind You"
(Tuohy - DiMucci)
Producer: Dion DiMucci
https://youtu.be/LXH6A4MXb44
[NOTE: "Running Close Behind You" starts at 4:01 in the above link. This was the only music clip available.]

2010 006 (Released July 1975)
CHER/NILSSON:
"A Love Like Yours (Don't Come Knocking Every Day"
(Holland - Dozier - Holland)
Producer: Phil Spector
https://youtu.be/9tTjIZi1jKM
b/w
CHER (Solo)
"(Just Enough To Keep Me) Hangin' On"
(Mize - Allen)
Producers: Jerry Wexler, Tom Dowd & Arif Mardin
https://youtu.be/secF4yTQ16k

2010 007 (Released August 1975)
CALHOON:
"(Do You Wanna) Dance, Dance, Dance)"
(Calhoon)
Producer: Walt Kahn
https://youtu.be/XzK0mUlMc2g
b/w
"Rain 2000"
(Loseth - Robinson)
Producer: Walt Kahn
https://youtu.be/aumKbt2OCdo

2010 008 (Released October 1975)
MARK STEIN:
"The Long And Winding Road"
(Lennon - McCartney)
NO SOUND CLIP AVAILABLE
b/w)
"Killing Me Softly With His Song"
(Gimbel - Fox)
NO SOUND CLIP AVAILABLE

AND ALSO UNDER SAME RECORD # WITH DIFFERENT B-SIDE:

2010 008 (Released 1975)
MARK STEIN:
"The Long And Winding Road"
(Lennon - McCartney)
NO SOUND CLIP AVAILABLE
b/w)
"The Best Years Of My Life"
(No Composer Credit)
NO SOUND CLIP AVAILABLE

2010 009 (Released October 1975)
THE RONETTES:
[COLOR=#333333][FONT=verdana]"(I'm A) Woman In Love
https://youtu.be/Hdvuw96j1x8
Today 08:18 AM

MOTOWN UNRELEASED: 1969' Celebrates 60 Years With 60 Previously Unreleased Songs

LOS ANGELES: To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the celebrated label, Motown/UMe released MOTOWN UNRELEASED: 1969, a digital only collection that contains 60 previously unreleased studio recordings made during 1969 including songs by Diana Ross and the Supremes, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson and The Miracles, Gladys Knight and the Pips, and Jr. Walker and the All Stars and many more..

MOTOWN UNRELEASED: 1969 is available today, as The Motown Museum's Hitsville Honors festivities begin in Detroit, to purchase or stream from all major download and streaming services in standard and Hi-Res Audio formats at https://classicmotown.lnk.to/Unreleased1969PR.

MOTOWN UNRELEASED: 1969
1. Diana Ross & the Supremes / For Once In My Life
2. Stevie Wonder / Can't Do Without Your Love
3. Ivy Jo / It's Love I Need
4. Chris Clark / My World Is Empty Without You
5. The Temptations / Pretty Little Brown Skin Girl
6. The Volumes / Forever I'll Love You
7. Jr. Walker & the All Stars / (Baby) I Need You
8. Frank Wilson / Look Out Your Window
9. Edwin Starr / I'll Always Love You
10. Earl Van Dyke / Stone Soul Booster
11. Gladys Knight & the Pips / You Took Me This Far (Take Me All The Way)
12. Smokey Robinson & the Miracles / Won't You Come and Fly With Me
13. Edwin Starr / Born Just To Be That Way
14. Smokey Robinson & the Miracles / What About Me
15. Jonah Jones / Too Many Fish In The Sea
16. Edwin Starr / Fan The Flame
17. Chris Clark / The Last Thing On My Mind
18. Smokey Robinson & the Miracles / Backfire (version 1)
19. Gladys Knight & the Pips / I Had A Dream (Opus I)
20. The Temptations / Why (Must We Fall In Love)
21. The Fantastic Four / What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted
22. Ivy Jo / Ask The Lonely
23. Ivy Jo / Yesterday's Dreams
24. Ivy Jo / I Got To Get To California
25. The Originals / Blame It On War
26. The Stylists / The Jackpot
27. The Spinners / Don't Think It's Me
28. Michael Denton / MacArthur Park/Didn't We
29. Michael Denton / Someone For My Own
30. The Volumes / One Lucky Day I Found You
31. The Rustix / Generation
32. Jr. Walker & the All Stars / Country Girl
33. Jr. Walker & the All Stars / Something You Got (studio version)
34. Bobby Taylor / At Last (I Found A Love)
35. Bobby Taylor / Love Is Here And Now You're Gone
36. Jackson 5 / What's So Good About Goodbye
37. Bobby Taylor / You've Really Got A Hold On Me - feat. the Jackson 5
38. Earl Van Dyke / The Stranger
39. Earl Van Dyke / I Wish It Would Rain
40. Stevie Wonder / Start Out A New Day
41. Gordon Staples & the Motown Strings / All the Many Shades In Between
42. Valerie Simpson / You Ain't Livin' Till You're Lovin'
43. Edwin Starr / Pain From My Loneliness
44. Yvonne Fair / All I Could Do Was Cry
45. The Temptations / Home Is Where The Heart Is
46. Stevie Wonder / Mister Moon
47. Rare Earth / Your Heartaches I Can Surely Heal
48. Ivy Jo / Dancing In The Street
49. Marvin Gaye / I'll Take Care Of Business
50. Ivy Jo / Pride, Foolish Pride
51. Earl Van Dyke / Moratorium
52. Kiki Dee / While They Watch
53. Terry Johnson / This Is The Beginning
54. Terry Johnson / I Blew My Mind
55. Earl Van Dyke / Chicken Little 69
56. Kiki Dee / You're My World
57. Bobby Taylor / Touched By Love
58. Hearts of Stone / When Push Comes To Shove
59. Jimmy Ruffin / I Gotta Cover A Whole Lotta Ground
60. Terry Johnson / Tomorrow's Child



https://www.newkerala.com/news/read/...l-in-1969.html
10-11-2019 02:46 PM

An "I like another rendition better" thread

There are some cuts that we have heard so much of songs and then there are other versions/interpretations of those same songs, done by other performers perhaps, or by the same act as the one we heard a lot - but in another arrangement, tempo, possibly with new performers within the act adding something to the song that wasn't there before...etc...

I'd like to try this... What are some other but less played renditions of well known songs that you like better?

So... I'll start (and leave for the wings to see what you guys perhaps might make of this topic :) ). I like this one better than Joe Cocker's so frequently played recording.


Today 03:56 AM

HDH & their own label at Motown

Reading Adam White's always interesting latest blog, he touches on the often reported cause of HDH's split from Motown, namely the ambition of HDH to own their own label within Motown.

This was presumably HDH making the case that their songs were the main driving force at Motown, and they wanted more in the way of a share of the spoils. Of course, Berry Gordy refused. This appears to be the initial cause of the fall out.
But...how would this have worked? Presumably HDH knew that the major groups, by now firmly identified with "The Motown Sound", could never have been moved from Tamla/Motown .
Did they envisage bringing new groups into the company?
any thoughts on this?

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