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  1. 17917 This was one The Trends' best ABC records:...

    17917
    This was one The Trends' best ABC records:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3B1fr55FtYg
    "If You Don't Dig The Blues", another of their best, is on our recent "Chicago Soul" thread.
  2. 17917 This was The Trends' big early hit in...

    17917
    This was The Trends' big early hit in 1963. I should have put it on The Chicago Soul thread. Thomas Dorsey was their main writer (other than their producer/arranger, Johnny Pate. He was one...
  3. 17918 That song is "The Big Parade" by The...

    17918
    That song is "The Big Parade" by The Trends. It sounds so good because it was written by Van McCoy:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v50PNXbmfsE
    That song was played for awhile on WVON. ...
  4. 17902 Great! I look forward to finding out more...

    17902
    Great! I look forward to finding out more about it from Tom, and hearing it again.
  5. 17856 Can you post a soundfile of it on this...

    17856
    Can you post a soundfile of it on this thread? Maybe it can trigger my memory. There seems to be no video of The Scientists of Soul - "You Can't Help But Fall In Love", nor does it come up...
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    17855 Here's a '70s sound of Chicago that is...

    17855
    Here's a '70s sound of Chicago that is typical of "The Chicago Sound" developed by Curtis Mayfield, Carl Davis, Billy Davis, Bill Sheppard, The Leaner Brothers, Calvin Carter, Johnny Pate,...
  7. 17854 I remember The Scientists of Soul. They...

    17854
    I remember The Scientists of Soul. They were a local Chicago group who had one regional hit with "Be's That Way Sometime" on Kashe Records. Here it is:
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    17851 Yes, her voice sounds very familiar, - but...

    17851
    Yes, her voice sounds very familiar, - but not as a Chicago artist. So, maybe she recorded in Nashville. But, the band sounds like recognisable Chicago musicians, and the acoustics sound...
  9. 17850 Here's "Jerk A Cha Cha": ...

    17850
    Here's "Jerk A Cha Cha":

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5Ym5wX-QF4
    The video provides the information that Boots Randolph's and David Carrol's Bands (both from Nashville) were used. ...
  10. 17849 I love Afro-Latin Jazz versions of...

    17849
    I love Afro-Latin Jazz versions of "Watermelon Man", like that of Mongo Santamaria, but I don't like this heavily organ driven version. The sax isn't emotional enough - player laying back too...
  11. 17848 This one isn't very jazzy, nor very good,...

    17848
    This one isn't very jazzy, nor very good, to my taste. It sounds something like a Poppish, weak, Rock & Roll instrumental from the late '50s:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJPzCincWjE
  12. 17847 Here's another with a nice sax solo: ...

    17847
    Here's another with a nice sax solo:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33h4vO6q6VQ
  13. 17846 Here's another with some very good...

    17846
    Here's another with some very good playing:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiWPeyPC6as
    The sax player and the horn player are very familiar.
  14. 17845 Here's a cover or quick remake of Lee...

    17845
    Here's a cover or quick remake of Lee Morgan's Blue Note gem, "Sidewinder":

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xT8gX6NrGBI
    Pretty good mid '60s Funky Jazz for no-names on a "budget label", eh?
  15. Seeburg 60s Juke Box filler budget records -budget label with high-quality knock-offs

    17844
    This instrumental was clearly done by competent professional Jazz musicians (probably from Chicago as Seeburg was located there and recorded 80% there, and 20% in Nashville). The sax, trumpet,...
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    17852 I so enjoyed hearing the great Jazz...

    17852
    I so enjoyed hearing the great Jazz musicians play on Seeburg's instrumental recordings that I'm going to start another, separate thread for them, because they are not "Chicago Sound" records....
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    17842 There is one more "Soul" genre song on...

    17842
    There is one more "Soul" genre song on Seeburg that sounds like a Chicago record, it's a cover, or fairly quick remake of Jan Bradley's "I'm Over You". It's a little down in quality in...
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    17841 This version of "Twine Time" is excellent....

    17841
    This version of "Twine Time" is excellent. I like it better than the original. The mix is cleaner, and it's more Jazzy. The guitarist may even be Phil Upchurch. These are really good...
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    17840 This group sounds very like Chicago's...

    17840
    This group sounds very like Chicago's Kittens. The lead singer sounds like their lead, Bernice Wills. Just listen to "Hey Operator" and "Ain't No More Room" and tell me if I'm right or wrong....
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    17839 It seems that Seeburg Juke Box Co. had a...

    17839
    It seems that Seeburg Juke Box Co. had a VERY unusual low-budget record label, which provided filler records for their Juke Box customers. Unlike Hit Records, and Tops Records, and all the...
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    17838 I also couldn't leave this off: ...

    17838
    I also couldn't leave this off:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4VigMq9YZ4
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    17837 Even though everyone has heard this a...

    17837
    Even though everyone has heard this a million times, I couldn't leave it off, as it's the epitome of The Chicago Sound:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcZkS0qstRU
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    17836 Here are Chicago's legendary Steelers,...

    17836
    Here are Chicago's legendary Steelers, another group from my favourite DJ, Al Benson's labels:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KrkjIhLdLY
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    17834 Here's Major Lance singing his first...

    17834
    Here's Major Lance singing his first recorded song, written by Curtis Mayfield:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXOYtIagJCg&list=PLiZXL28n5D0fuUNN81f_kGDE zUfjWZ6Ev&index=269
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    17833 Here's The Marvelows singing a Curtis...

    17833
    Here's The Marvelows singing a Curtis Mayfield tune arranged by Johnny Pate:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vH0tlSP7qU8&list=PLiZXL28n5D0fuUNN81f_kGDE zUfjWZ6Ev&index=237
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