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  1. Yes, now I remember. I got the online part mixed...

    Yes, now I remember. I got the online part mixed up with another long-time seller. He just sold out of his house. The last 20 years or so is much more cloudy than 30-40 years ago. And 50-60 years...
  2. 19222 After Bob closed down the walk-in...

    19222
    After Bob closed down the walk-in facility, he still stored his records, and he switched over mainly to online sales, and only let special customers go into the warehouse by appointment [[very...
  3. 19223 Many different finds of mine were...

    19223
    Many different finds of mine were fabulous, and brought me many records I probably wouldn't have gotten otherwise. So it would be really difficult to choose one over the others. But one was...
  4. 19218 Most of my 40,000 45s and 4,000 LPs were...

    19218
    Most of my 40,000 45s and 4,000 LPs were found in bargain bins, 10 sales, and in thrift and junk stores. So, I'd have literally hundreds of different stories. I might die before finishing...
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    19216 I agree that neither C.P. Spencer's solo...

    19216
    I agree that neither C.P. Spencer's solo Soul 45, nor his solo L.P. were released on vinyl. if they had been, I'd have seen them inside Motown, in The Motown and Jobete Music Record Files,...
  6. 19202 That scan on 45Cat certainly proves it was...

    19202
    That scan on 45Cat certainly proves it was a real Motown DJ issue. And the fact that it was so beat up, shows it got the kind of use that is not given from people inside the company playing...
  7. 19201 I've never seen them. I've never seen an...

    19201
    I've never seen them. I've never seen an official Motown in-house list with them on it. I've never heard of that record being even slated, let alone having demos or test-pressings pressed...
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    And, it sounded to me like there were male voices...

    And, it sounded to me like there were male voices among the background singers [[a mixed group?).
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    19195 VIP didn't even start until December 1963....

    19195
    VIP didn't even start until December 1963. That record is from 1966. And weren't The LaSalles a mixed group? I heard male voices as well as female in "La, La, La ,La, La"..
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    19194 He had a late night TV variety show for...

    19194
    He had a late night TV variety show for quite a while, didn't he? That must have been when I spent a lot of time in The UK during the 1990s and early 2000s. "Later, With Jools Holland"...
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    19189 Happy Birthday Ralph and Russ! And now you...

    19189
    Happy Birthday Ralph and Russ! And now you can enjoy celebrating it together with friends and family, rather than only virtually. ;)
  12. 19188 This sounds like the stereo version of...

    19188
    This sounds like the stereo version of this song that I've always heard. I don't hear anything new at all.
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    19156 To assure a higher level of accountability...

    19156
    To assure a higher level of accountability for his taking of a Human life, and make it a better deterrent for police to think twice before murdering more people, the Judges ruling on Chauvin's...
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    Yes, the one nearest the piano.

    Yes, the one nearest the piano.
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    19154 They were an L.A. band. David T. Walker...

    19154
    They were an L.A. band. David T. Walker was just about the best session guitarist on The West Coast. I also like The Vibrations' version of "Canadian Sunset".

    I don't recognise that TV...
  16. I discovered The Miracles' version in The Vaults,...

    I discovered The Miracles' version in The Vaults, and we slated it for "From The Vaults", so it hadn't been released by 1979, and our later LPs were cancelled. So, I don't think it was released...
  17. 19153 The Funk Brothers' powerful instrumental...

    19153
    The Funk Brothers' powerful instrumental is great. But the singing is terrible. Not because The Monitors botched it. They sang it as written, better than the original, but terrible,...
  18. 19150 That reminds me of the LP "Cookin' With...

    19150
    That reminds me of the LP "Cookin' With The Miracles"! Smokey had the chef's hat on, and Claudette was holding an opened pot. That Gumbo should taste great! Makes me hungry!
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    19147 Here' his first single as a singer, on...

    19147
    Here' his first single as a singer, on Johnnie Mae Matthews' Audrey Records. He also wrote the songs on both sides:19148
    Here's the flip:
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    19142 I know that he wrote a lot of songs for...

    19142
    I know that he wrote a lot of songs for other singers over his career, and did some producing. But I like his singing. His "I'd Like To Know" he sung for Johnnie Mae Matthews' Audrey Records...
  21. 19134 Glad to hear that Robert is still alive. ...

    19134
    Glad to hear that Robert is still alive. I remember him being a very genial man. Sorry to hear about the passing of his son, however.

    I like The Skylarks singing very much. Bob Gandy...
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    19131 "Let Me Be Your Boy", on Correc-Tone...

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    "Let Me Be Your Boy", on Correc-Tone Records 501, from early 1962, produced by Motown's Robert Bateman, arranged by Motown's Sonny Sanders, with The early Funk Brothers playing the...
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    The first one sounds like a Supremes' 1966 song...

    The first one sounds like a Supremes' 1966 song in the lyrics and vocals, but the instrumentation is awful compared to the Funk Brothers' 1964-66 sound.

    The James Hunter has a really good vocal,...
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    19130 Thanks. Very interesting what I never...

    19130
    Thanks. Very interesting what I never noticed before, were white DJ issues of The
    Peppermints' "Believe Me", and The Herman Griffin record. I had never seen either before. And they don't...
  25. 19129 Bengal music was Berry's, alone. Ro-Gor,...

    19129
    Bengal music was Berry's, alone. Ro-Gor, as stated above was the partnership of Gwen and Billy Davis[[Ty Carlo), and Fidelity was the partnership of Berry, Gwen, and Billy.
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