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    I'd love to add "Everything Is Good About You" to...

    I'd love to add "Everything Is Good About You" to the Farewell set.
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    Great clip! Even without Ike Turner & The...

    Great clip! Even without Ike Turner & The Ikettes, Tina could always deliver a Terrific Performance. Thanks for sharing Reese!
  3. Ray Charles-"True Genius-Ultimate Collection 6 CD Set" [Tangerine] [9/10/21}

    In Celebration of what would've been Ray Charles' 90th Birthday, Tangerine Records is proud to announce the release of True Genius, the ultimate Ray Charles collection.

    More details and tracklist...
  4. Clarence Williams III, Linc on ‘The Mod Squad,’ Dies at 81

    From The Hollywood Reporter:
    Clarence Williams III, who starred as the brooding undercover cop Lincoln Hayes on the countercultural 1968-73 ABC drama The Mod Squad, has died. He was 81.
    Williams...
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    It's also worth noting that the follow up albums...

    It's also worth noting that the follow up albums to The Supremes' New Ways But Love Stays had multiple singles taken from them. Touch had "Nathan Jones" & the title track while Floy Joy had...
  6. Thanks for sharing lyrie! It's fun to look back...

    Thanks for sharing lyrie! It's fun to look back at Smokey Robinson's brief turn as an actor on Police Story.
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    First of all, Motown's First Priority in the...

    First of all, Motown's First Priority in the early '70s was Diana Ross [followed by The Jackson Five and then all the others still doing well at the company]. As far as pulling a second single from...
  8. I remember hearing that origin story of "I Second...

    I remember hearing that origin story of "I Second That Emotion" many times over the years. Looking forward to hear what other memories Smokey Robinson will tell on his new AARP Studios series Smokey...
  9. Smokey Robinson Reveals Origin Story Behind ‘I Second That Emotion’

    Smokey Robinson explains how some Christmas shopping inspired not only the Miracles’ 1960 hit ”Shop Around,” but the group’s 1967 track “I Second That Emotion,” on the first installment of AARP...
  10. Great Clips Indeed! I have Tina's One Last Time...

    Great Clips Indeed! I have Tina's One Last Time In Concert DVD from 2000 and that was a fantastic show. Thanks for sharing PNH.
  11. Tina Turner "Foreign Affair [Super Deluxe Edition]" 4CD/1DVD set [Rhino] 7/16/2021

    [CD1]
    1. Steamy Windows
    2. The Best
    3. You Know Who
    4. Undercover Agent for the Blues
    5. Look Me in the Heart
    6. Be Tender with Me Baby
    7. You Can't Stop Me Loving You
    8. Ask Me How I Feel...
  12. This is great news and I hope the planned musical...

    This is great news and I hope the planned musical about The Four Tops goes through. Thanks to jaybs for sharing!
  13. Various Artists "Rip It Up: The Best Of Specialty Records" [Craft] 8/6/2021

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    Rip It Up: The Best Of Specialty Records brings together some of the most important tracks to be released on the notable Los Angeles record label. Founded in 1945 by Art Rupe, Specialty...
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    Perhaps this was due to the release of their...

    Perhaps this was due to the release of their Magnificent Seven LP with The Four Tops in September 1970 [along with it's hit single, "River Deep Mountain High"].
  15. I've heard of Robert Pruter's book Chicago Soul...

    I've heard of Robert Pruter's book Chicago Soul but never gotten around to reading it. Will grab a copy if it ever turns up. Thanks for the Tip!
  16. Wow! Never knew that Chicago had a whole lot of...

    Wow! Never knew that Chicago had a whole lot of independent record labels [I always think of Chess, Brunswick & Vee Jay when I remember the Chicago Soul music scene in the '60s]. And your piece...
  17. Thanks Bob. This post truly explains how so many...

    Thanks Bob. This post truly explains how so many great Motown songs from the '60s ended up in the vaults. And as an earlier post from Robb K. states, the company could only release so many...
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    I just checked the Discogs website for Martha...

    I just checked the Discogs website for Martha Reeves' albums and there's no release titled Wild One from the '80s [unless it's a bootleg]. As others have pointed out, some copies of the single "Wild...
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    Gotta throw one more on the pile: Stevie Wonder's...

    Gotta throw one more on the pile: Stevie Wonder's remake of The Beatles' "We Can Work It Out" released as a A-side in 1971.
  20. George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic Announce Live Return

    After over a year off the road due to the Covid-19 pandemic, George Clinton and the Parliament-Funkadelic have announced their live return with a pair of East Coast shows this June.
    The venerable...
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    A recent article that was posted on this site...

    A recent article that was posted on this site [about the release of the Mary Wilson album] mentioned that there would be more releases from the Supremes Archives soon. We Shall See.
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    And I agree with you Mary Brewster; it's up to...

    And I agree with you Mary Brewster; it's up to the fans of The Supremes to keep the legacy of the group alive the best we can.
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    H-D-H did produce the non-Motown covers that the...

    H-D-H did produce the non-Motown covers that the Four Tops did of "If I Were A Carpenter" & "Walk Away Renee" [originally for the Reach Out! LP and came out as A-sides in 1968]. The other non-Motown...
  24. The Foundations "The Pye As, Bs And EP Tracks" 2CD set [BGO UK] 7/9/2021

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    London multi-ethnic soul band The Foundations stormed to a UK Number 1 with their first Pye single, 'Baby Now That I Found You', in 1967. Early in 1968, vocalist Clem Curtis left to be...
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    I just remembered these two; Shorty Long's "A...

    I just remembered these two;
    Shorty Long's "A Whiter Shade Of Pale" & Stevie Wonder's "Alfie" [released under the name 'Eivets Rednow'].
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