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  1. Here's a question. Choker Campbell was Motown's...

    Here's a question. Choker Campbell was Motown's touring band, wasn't it? They had the album 'Hits of the 60s' I think it was. Were these original recordings of past Motown hits?

    Then as to Earl...
  2. The Earl Van Dyke set which Hip-O put out was...

    The Earl Van Dyke set which Hip-O put out was such a standout. I too wish there were more albums like that in the Motown catalog.

    Aside from that, I sure miss Hip-O. What great stuff they gave...
  3. Nice to hear just how tight the band is which you...

    Nice to hear just how tight the band is which you can really hear without the lead vocal. What talented guys.
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    Yes, that way for a moment, I can pretend at...

    Yes, that way for a moment, I can pretend at least via the ether, I had them myself!
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    Well now Iím wondering what that deleted post...

    Well now Iím wondering what that deleted post said. And just by the way though it doesnít really matter as far as this thread goes, I love Connie FrancisĎs version of malaguena! But I love almost...
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    Hey Gar, it was boogiedown who made the "holy...

    Hey Gar, it was boogiedown who made the "holy grail" comparison, though I agree! I wasn't sure if you meant that for me or boogiedown.

    Interesting though about how the A-side was designated. I...
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    So that would mean that "Quiet Guy" was the...

    So that would mean that "Quiet Guy" was the intended A-side, wouldn't it?

    That's funny that the promoters would think the Crystals were a self-contained band!
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    Truly a beautiful item. 16094 16095 ...

    Truly a beautiful item.

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    @Gary, if you send me a photo of your "Stumble...

    @Gary, if you send me a photo of your "Stumble and Fall," I'd love to see it and will post it here. What a find!
  10. She sang "Lollipop" on one of TJ Lubinsky's PBS...

    She sang "Lollipop" on one of TJ Lubinsky's PBS specials maybe 10 years ago or so. I had no idea she was Jamaican or had recorded this much material. Interesting!
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    And look, the B-sides finally got respectable and...

    And look, the B-sides finally got respectable and have their own album! (Unfortunately, a download only.)
    ...
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    I never had any of the 45s, but I read somewhere...

    I never had any of the 45s, but I read somewhere that Spector would always put these throwaway instrumentals on the B-sides to make sure no one flipped the record over, so that the A-side was the...
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    Listening to a CD today made up of a transfer...

    Listening to a CD today made up of a transfer from 1960s masters is a much fuller sound than listening to a CD which was manufactured in the late 80s or early 90s.

    I don't have the "Reach Out" CD,...
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    Gary, Oh, sorry I misspoke. I was referring...

    Gary,

    Oh, sorry I misspoke. I was referring to this 45:

    PHILLES 134 (Released 10/1966)
    IKE & TINA TURNER:
    "Two To Tango"
    (D. Manning & A. Hoffman)
    Producer: Bob Crewe
    Arranger: Herb...
  15. I saw Chairmen of the Board once. The lead...

    I saw Chairmen of the Board once. The lead singer (General Johnson?) stripped down to his underwear and was prancing all over the stage. I think I saw them at Olympia Stadium in Detroit which...
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    Wow, Gary, you put a lot of time and effort into...

    Wow, Gary, you put a lot of time and effort into this. I had no idea there could still be any Ike & Tina tracks left in the can. Hopefully, we'll hear them someday.

    Good work! Especially...
  17. My favorite Motown singer! Happy birthday Wanda!...

    My favorite Motown singer! Happy birthday Wanda! Thanks for remembering Marv2!
  18. Wow, I had no idea Cher ever sang it at the Super...

    Wow, I had no idea Cher ever sang it at the Super Bowl. I'm a big Cher fan, but I honestly didn't think she had the vocal chops to tackle this song, which is notoriously difficult to sing they say. ...
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    I never liked the album when I was young but it...

    I never liked the album when I was young but it has grown on me and I've come to really like it. I love Diane's later albums from her first gig at Motown, especially the work she did with Michael...
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    I agree with Ranran79. Great performance,...

    I agree with Ranran79. Great performance, beautiful delivery, shows what a good actress Diane is with her reading of the song. But terribly depressing and a total downer. Hard to get through for me...
  21. Ouch. I've bought some DVDs from them before. I...

    Ouch. I've bought some DVDs from them before. I knew they were bootlegs, they were sets of old TV series which were unavailable anywhere else. Of course, they were mostly taped from TV or copied...
  22. Doesn't PayPal give you some sort of buyer...

    Doesn't PayPal give you some sort of buyer protection? I thought it did though I've heard you have to act quickly.
  23. Yes, what would we have done back then without...

    Yes, what would we have done back then without Goldmine? It was one of the few sources to find rare records pre-Internet days. Also back then, I think you almost always had to pay by check. I...
  24. I think I paid just about the same thing for...

    I think I paid just about the same thing for mine, though it might have been $100, and I think I bought mine in the late 1980s. I only have one copy, except for the 1980s reissue, which I bought...
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    You can't really blame Ross. Who could turn away...

    You can't really blame Ross. Who could turn away that kind of money?

    It's happened so many times, that a singer leaves a small, independent record company to finally be able to cash in on their...
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