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  1. I've been around for a while. I'm well aware of...

    I've been around for a while. I'm well aware of how things can go sideways in Supreme threads. I don't take these posts too seriously.
  2. I know it's an inconvenient fact to your...

    I know it's an inconvenient fact to your hypothesis but I don't know anyone who disputes Mary's account. Not to mention that Berry Gordy never disputed this story. So there's that. I will take...
  3. Another factor that folks either ignore or gloss...

    Another factor that folks either ignore or gloss over is the conversation Berry Gordy had with Mary Wilson on January 14, 1970 after the groups final performance with Diana Ross and Jean Terrell was...
  4. I would say one of the reasons that no one ever...

    I would say one of the reasons that no one ever mentions is Motown's big push of the Jackson 5. Starting in the early 60's it seemed that Motown had a practice of really pushing one group or artist...
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    The notes to that entry lists the Marvelette's...

    The notes to that entry lists the Marvelette's track as being called No Girl [[Can Love Him Like I Do). Written by Kendricks/E. Holland/Whitfield. While Too Many Fish is written by just E. Holland...
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    Completed May 1964. So he did do at least one...

    Completed May 1964. So he did do at least one lead in 1964. Seems like maybe Smokey wasn't too keep on Paul singing lead.
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    Isn't it interesting that Paul did not sing lead...

    Isn't it interesting that Paul did not sing lead on any songs in '64 and just a couple in '65.
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    I think I might just give the Detroit mix a spin...

    I think I might just give the Detroit mix a spin today.
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    She did in 1989, it was called Workin' Overtime.

    She did in 1989, it was called Workin' Overtime.
  10. So who did Motown charge a track to if more than...

    So who did Motown charge a track to if more than one artists put down vocals on a song? Were they all charged?
  11. I've always wonder what DR's contract with Motown...

    I've always wonder what DR's contract with Motown stated regarding albums and singles? Did her contract stipulate that Motown would release a certain number of albums every year or singles every year?
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    Why not just let Real Gone Music handle the rest...

    Why not just let Real Gone Music handle the rest of these Expanded Edition. Universal has shown very little in continuing with these releases. RGM did an EXCELLENT job with both the Funny Girl...
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    Thanks for posting. It's nice to see Smokey...

    Thanks for posting. It's nice to see Smokey getting a little love. I saw him about 5 years ago and he looked and sounded great. His voice was as strong as ever. Long live Smokey!
  14. I would have either gone with The Boy That Got...

    I would have either gone with The Boy That Got Away or Those DJ Shows [[9/61).
  15. Released On This day: July 21, 1961 - Buttered Popcorn - The Supremes

    60 years ago today the Supremes released their second single on Tamala records, Buttered Popcorn. Florence Ballard sings lead on the tune which was written by Berry Gordy and Barney Ales and produced...
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    Quincy was also producing MJ's Thriller album...

    Quincy was also producing MJ's Thriller album between April - November '82.
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    Please tell us more about your father.

    Please tell us more about your father.
  18. Ok, this is the very first time I'm hearing this!

    Ok, this is the very first time I'm hearing this!
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    Happy Birthday Martha!

    Happy Birthday Martha!
  20. Years ago, I said the same exact thing. The...

    Years ago, I said the same exact thing. The liner notes to TCMS volume 12 does spread some light on the topic where it states that Motown made statements that the rumors were not true and that the...
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    Diana definitely wore it better..

    Diana definitely wore it better..
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    She is an ICON.

    She is an ICON.
  23. I seem to recall that Brenda had recorded for the...

    I seem to recall that Brenda had recorded for the label around '72 and she had one 45 release on Music Merchant. I believe she may have recorded an albums worth of material that was vaulted and I...
  24. I pulled out my copy of TCMS - 1971[[B) and the...

    I pulled out my copy of TCMS - 1971[[B) and the single is listed as V.I.P 25065F. The liner notes don't shed any additional light. The single included in this set is listed as the rare stereo promo...
  25. Now this could be a good read. I hope there's...

    Now this could be a good read. I hope there's information on Brenda Holloway's lost Invictus recordings.
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