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    She'll always have a special place in my heart;...

    She'll always have a special place in my heart; her "Me, Myself, I" album from 1980 was one of the albums from that magical time when I met the woman that became my wife. We listened to that...
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    1) The Five Stairsteps 2) Billy Stewart

    1) The Five Stairsteps
    2) Billy Stewart
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    And that right there is what has been a major...

    And that right there is what has been a major problem with record reviews. A lot of times, the writer wants to "get off" on his/her writing--rather than coming to the table with the necessary...
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    James Brown--"Revolution of the Mind"

    James Brown--"Revolution of the Mind"
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    Joe Bataan, "Riot (It's A Good Feeling)"

    Joe Bataan, "Riot (It's A Good Feeling)"
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    Motony: Yes, the background singers to "The...

    Motony:

    Yes, the background singers to "The Duck"! And, that's what made that performance so memorable to me. Jackie didn't have background singers on or offstage with him; but he "had" a group of...
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    Dear Motony: Now I'm going to recall as much...

    Dear Motony:

    Now I'm going to recall as much as I possibly can from 45 years ago--LOL!!! "Don't Mess With Bill" was their hit at the time, and was the next to last song they did; they closed with...
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    Apollo Theater, February 1966: The Marvelettes...

    Apollo Theater, February 1966: The Marvelettes (headliners), Jackie Lee ("The Duck"), Deon Jackson ("Love Makes The World Go Around"), Dee Dee Sharp ("I Really Love You"), and Wayne Cochran.
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    (daddyacey wrote: "'What you talking bout ???'...

    (daddyacey wrote: "'What you talking bout ???' You and I KNOW!!! That that album IS a Classic...")

    Brother Daddy!!! Man, wasn't this one of the GREATEST OF ALL TIME!!! I gave this album to about...
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    Their lone album, "Under My Wings," should've...

    Their lone album, "Under My Wings," should've been considered a classic!!! One of the greatest albums I've ever heard. Still play it on my iPod to this day. A slow jam "paradise," the album could've...
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    "Pata-Pata" by Miriam Makeba

    "Pata-Pata" by Miriam Makeba
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    Didn't he produce Miriam Makeba's "Pata-Pata?"

    Didn't he produce Miriam Makeba's "Pata-Pata?"
  13. Does Aretha own those masters? Or does Atlantic...

    Does Aretha own those masters? Or does Atlantic (or whoever owns the Atlantic catalogue)? If it's the latter, they probably haven't been released because those albums weren't commercially successful....
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    "I'm So Happy," The Jackson 5

    "I'm So Happy," The Jackson 5
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    Brother Sarge!!!! What's going on with YOU, my...

    Brother Sarge!!!!

    What's going on with YOU, my Brother!!!

    Talk about GREAT selections!!! "It's Gonna Take A Lot To Bring Me Back"--one of the GREAT Manhattan tracks!!! Yeah, I still listen to...
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    "Wish That You Were Mine," The Manhattans

    "Wish That You Were Mine," The Manhattans
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    This kinda fits, only because I'm listening to the song:

    "Wanna Be Textin' Something," Michael Jackson

    Charles
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    "I'm Just An Average Guy," The Masqueraders

    "I'm Just An Average Guy," The Masqueraders
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    Always glad to see a top-flight MUSICIAN win such...

    Always glad to see a top-flight MUSICIAN win such a high-profile award!!! But--now I gotta be fair: Esperanza's first major-label release came out in 2008; she also had an indie-release album out,...
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    "Kako Y Palmieri," The Alegre All Stars

    "Kako Y Palmieri," The Alegre All Stars
  21. Thread: RIP Clay Cole!!!

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    Hello, nysister! Clay's show was actually on...

    Hello, nysister!

    Clay's show was actually on Channel 13 (until 1963), then on Channel 11 (WPIX-TV) 1964-1968.

    Charles
  22. Thread: RIP Clay Cole!!!

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    Clay Cole was one of my favorite personalities...

    Clay Cole was one of my favorite personalities when I was growing up. I don't remember him on radio--but I remember vividly his teen dance show. Saw so many great acts on his show! One memory that...
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    Problem--I've got FOUR released this year that...

    Problem--I've got FOUR released this year that I'd be hard-pressed to do without on the proverbial "deserted island:" "How I Got Over," The Roots (R&B); "What We Share," Myron Walden In This World...
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    For me, Sharon Jones has a decent enough voice;...

    For me, Sharon Jones has a decent enough voice; the Dap Kings are good musicians who well-execute the 60s-ish R & B vibe that seems to be their intended sound. But--what's missing is the songwriting....
  25. Hello, tsull1! Thanks for posting the Times...

    Hello, tsull1!

    Thanks for posting the Times article from today's paper.

    I think classic soul fans are the "harshest" of critics because there is a tendency today to take many of today's artists...
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