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    No worries.

    No worries.
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    Probably not since "Sad Tomorrows" came first.

    Probably not since "Sad Tomorrows" came first.
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    It's a great track that places the Tops in a...

    It's a great track that places the Tops in a different but very effective musical context.
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    "I Don't Know Why" by Stevie Wonder from his For...

    "I Don't Know Why" by Stevie Wonder from his For Once In My Life album was retitled "Don't Know Why I Love You" for single release, plus it was given a killer mono mix. :)
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    'Twas the other way around. 'Sad Tomorrows'...

    'Twas the other way around.

    'Sad Tomorrows' was an early version of what eventually became "Flying High [[In The Friendly Sky)".

    When the WGO single was released, everything else was just a...
  6. Sadly, I think that some of the things that gave...

    Sadly, I think that some of the things that gave Marvin his magic are the same things that led to his premature passing.
  7. Was this a threadcrap? Make a derogatory...

    Was this a threadcrap?

    Make a derogatory comment and disappear?
  8. I'm curious. In what way is it awful? Also,...

    I'm curious. In what way is it awful?

    Also, what kinds of Marvin music do you like, and why?
  9. Sheesh! Not for me. I like my Motown to be...

    Sheesh!

    Not for me.

    I like my Motown to be Motown.

    If most of it is stripped away and replaced with a British orchestra, combined with some older British singers looking to scratch a living,...
  10. Many thanks

    Many thanks
  11. Is that Uriel Jones on drums?

    Is that Uriel Jones on drums?
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    I've always liked 'Touch Me In The Morning",...

    I've always liked 'Touch Me In The Morning", "Good Morning Heartache" and, more recently discovered, "Stormy".
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    This will have been someone hired by EMI UK.

    This will have been someone hired by EMI UK.
  14. Not a good career move. Shows that Marvin was a...

    Not a good career move. Shows that Marvin was a guy with serious issues.

    Is that the way for a lot of great artists, however?

    Are the personality characteristics that allow such open-minded...
  15. A personal perspective..... For me, Marvin’s...

    A personal perspective.....

    For me, Marvin’s greatest strengths are in what he did with material rather than as a songwriter per se. This is what brought him success in the 60s, and a lot of his...
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    And he got it right. :)

    And he got it right. :)
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    Back in the mid-80s, I met the BBC’s - apparently...

    Back in the mid-80s, I met the BBC’s - apparently legendary - Angela Bond and one of her acolytes for a job interview, which was part of a vain attempt by me to find a proper job associated with...
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    My 13 year-old granddaughter and eight year-old...

    My 13 year-old granddaughter and eight year-old grandson use th-fronting because it's widely present in their peer groups, plus their father and their paternal grandmother use it.

    I'm guessing...
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    The BBC also seems to make a point of using...

    The BBC also seems to make a point of using voice-over people who can't pronounce "th" correctly, or who have the faux-Jamaican accent that seems to have permeated through some of the youth of the...
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    Pronounciation? Isn't it pronunciation?

    Pronounciation? Isn't it pronunciation?
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    And we all did. :) Language does evolve, but I...

    And we all did. :)

    Language does evolve, but I will probably never accept Vee Undispu'ed Troof, or "You're Ver First, Ver Last, My Everyfing", or "Fink" by Areefa Franklin.

    Great fred, viss!
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    He certainly did. Lol. :)

    He certainly did. Lol. :)
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    Decades is right. Even back in the 1960s,...

    Decades is right.

    Even back in the 1960s, English school teachers were starting to favour self-expression over proper spelling and grammar.

    I appear to have some aptitude for languages,...
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    That 12" package sounds like something that we...

    That 12" package sounds like something that we might well have seen in Star Trek.

    They always tried to make things look futuristic but in a contemporary and accessible way such that people would...
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    Ouch! I remember when everyone went out and...

    Ouch!

    I remember when everyone went out and bought CD copies of albums that they already owned on vinyl, and then gave the vinyl editions away to charity shops, where guys like me bought them for...
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