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    I wonder what happened to the unsold Motown...

    I wonder what happened to the unsold Motown inventory? For example, I am not sure that the remastered 2- for Smokey Robinson solo product sold out, since I believe this was the third incarnation for...
  2. jobucats that was some very, very small print,...

    jobucats that was some very, very small print, because, perhaps due to my aging eyes, I missed the limited to UK residents part, which presents a problem for one who resides in upstate NY
  3. For those really on a budget, I would imagine The...

    For those really on a budget, I would imagine The Algiers Motel was an option.
  4. Thank you jack020. I am all set but there are...

    Thank you jack020. I am all set but there are some out there who may not be and should investigate. I purchased the whole series on the resell sites and finding the volumes at a good price was...
  5. That is very true SatinsBlues. Motown, Stax and...

    That is very true SatinsBlues. Motown, Stax and Atlantic owned the recording studio that they recorded in. Even my hometown faves, Philly International and affiliated labels did not have that luxury....
  6. Marv, Entering contests such as this is not my...

    Marv, Entering contests such as this is not my forte, given what the prize was, I couldn't resist. Thank you for posting.
  7. At this point I am up to the beginning days of...

    At this point I am up to the beginning days of Motown. As a fan of family, I absolutely loved reading about the Holland Brothers growing up and how the experiences shaped who they are. I agree with...
  8. Mr. Lamont Dozier, Birthday Blessings!

    Mr. Lamont Dozier, Birthday Blessings!
  9. Motown 60 Events Scheduled For Detroit

    I read the always wonderful Motown Blog by Adam White a few weeks ago. That edition had a nice post about Janie Bradford, and mentioned that there was for Motown 60, an event taking place in Detroit...
  10. Valerie Simpson. hmm, where could I begin? In...

    Valerie Simpson. hmm, where could I begin?
    In 1970 as a son of Philadelphia, not having the musical taste that I would develop in time, hearing the Quincy LP Gula Matari. I heard this voice explode...
  11. Coppelia-Birdsong, a very interesting thread....

    Coppelia-Birdsong, a very interesting thread. Because of my love of language, I was under the Wm. Robinson, et al, or solo songwriting sphere. I remember reading a long time ago, that Smokey had...
  12. Thank you for posting Marv. I finally made it to...

    Thank you for posting Marv. I finally made it to the museum 2 years ago, and it was a tranformative event. Some of my highlights were seeing my daughter a singer, have a go, singing at the echo...
  13. As a big time admirer of string sections in...

    As a big time admirer of string sections in general, and Motown string sections specifically. I appreciate the the isolation. Very well done,and thank you!
  14. Interesting Marv in that this very good, but...

    Interesting Marv in that this very good, but under rated song paid out at the time in mechanical sales the same as Cloud Nine.
  15. Ho Hum another great Essar song! He only had...

    Ho Hum another great Essar song! He only had about 3,000 of them.
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    The Love and Beauty CD that sold out with the...

    The Love and Beauty CD that sold out with the bonus tracks is a must have. In my CD library, I have this as the first Lamont Dozier solo piece. Brian Holland did a very credible job on the songs he...
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    Ah, Detroit The Movie For me the start was...

    Ah, Detroit The Movie

    For me the start was reading the Stuart Cosgrove book, Detroit 67, which of the over 100 books on Motown that I own, is the very best.

    I had finished the book before I...
  18. I did want to be Dennis Edwards. Unfortunately,...

    I did want to be Dennis Edwards. Unfortunately, in 1968 I had a wisp of facial hair and those slicker than owl excretion sideburns were not going to happen for me.

    I had the opportunity to meet...
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    There was a time in the early to late 1990's when...

    There was a time in the early to late 1990's when I was a huge Classic Jazz fan. With the advent of the CD era, we were treated to a treasure trove of unreleased tracks, and alternate takes. So if...
  20. I must be getting old. When the "Q" quotes came...

    I must be getting old. When the "Q" quotes came over my phone earlier in the week, I had no interest. I respect Mr. Jones huge contributions to music specifically, and society in general. Though I...
  21. Ain't To proud To Beg

    Ain't To proud To Beg
  22. Quinn, I definitely agree, it is all about the...

    Quinn,
    I definitely agree, it is all about the mix. As much as I admire the songs of Robert S and Robert W on Motown, a better sound could have been achieved for some of the recordings that they...
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    Written by Lamont Dozier and Phil Collins,Two...

    Written by Lamont Dozier and Phil Collins,Two Hearts is a serious Motown like jam, along with "Would I Die For You", and "Good Thing". I can put whatever I want on my ipad and Two Hearts has not only...
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    That is great news luckyluckyme! I really like...

    That is great news luckyluckyme! I really like this series especially the artists that while deserving of recognition, never quite attained it.
  25. Andy Skurow, George Solomon, Harry Weinger, and...

    Andy Skurow, George Solomon, Harry Weinger, and Kevin Reeves please all take a bow! Possibly because it's the most recent release, IMO it's the best Super Duper Supreme's LP, and the fact that it is...
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