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  1. Thread: Trammps

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    Cant discuss The Trammps without acknowledging...

    Cant discuss The Trammps without acknowledging founding member Earl Young who along with MFSB stalwarts Ronnie Baker and Norman Harris performed with and produced the group... Earl, the renowned...
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    Funk Brothers rhythm guys (Robert, Joe, Benny,...

    Funk Brothers rhythm guys (Robert, Joe, Benny, Jamerson, Joe H, Johnny, and Earl)were more jazz oriented while The MG's ( Booker, Cropper, Dunn, and Big Al) were more southern and blues geared...
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    Ronnie Dyson had the signature classic version of...

    Ronnie Dyson had the signature classic version of this song with his huge Broadway trained voice. Titled a complete album (classic album BTW...from beginning to end)...Thom Bell...
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    Sorry to hear about your brother Susaye and...

    Sorry to hear about your brother Susaye and condolences to you and your family...May he rest in peace... Stu
  5. Cherrylawn Realty was likely named after where...

    Cherrylawn Realty was likely named after where one of Berry's family members or associates lived...There was a series of residential streets in Northwest Detroit in succession Greenlawn (Where Stevie...
  6. Such publicity only will make this film more...

    Such publicity only will make this film more money and garner more people going to see it. I didn't even hear about the film until the family began protesting it's production. Looks like another...
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    Ian Melia posts a lot of those discs on his FB...

    Ian Melia posts a lot of those discs on his FB site...
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    Detroit in the 60's was a beehive of activity...

    Detroit in the 60's was a beehive of activity with recording studios almost literally popping up on every corner...one of which that I participated in you alluded to , plus a couple of others I was...
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    LOL... I doubt that and never heard any of my...

    LOL... I doubt that and never heard any of my licks on Beatles or WHO tracks......but if I'm in London anytime soon, I'll be happy to try to find my fan club...:)
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    Great tribute...During the early 60's....it was...

    Great tribute...During the early 60's....it was the guys like JPJ, Entwistle, McCartney, Bruce, Wood,etc who were all learning from Jamerson and singing his praises...
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    Look down to about the 11th paragraph on this...

    Look down to about the 11th paragraph on this page where the "large fan base" in those days for the Motown musicians, James and Earl in particular is highlighted as the emerging British invasion...
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    Hopefully enlightening and thought provoking for...

    Hopefully enlightening and thought provoking for all..
  13. Also a Peleton commercial featuring the old...

    Also a Peleton commercial featuring the old Delfonics song "Ready or Not, (Here I Come)" which was also covered by the Fugees is getting a lot of play...
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    Not familiar with that particular quote, however,...

    Not familiar with that particular quote, however, Smokey has also said just the opposite on many occasions, referring to the talent developed in Detroit as the mainstay of the Motown Sound...and in...
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    Yup...through the years and with the stark...

    Yup...through the years and with the stark reminder from the SITSOM book and film, all the Motown producers, fans, and artists, realized the importance and impact of Jamerson and all the musicians to...
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    Gotcha and agree that many stories from back in...

    Gotcha and agree that many stories from back in that day were greatly exaggerated. While I attended the 1968 Tigers famous World Series game 5...about 2 million other people also claim they were...
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    As I said...Motown stories are chock full of...

    As I said...Motown stories are chock full of exaggeration, however, Jamerson had a devoted group of serious devotees in the U.K. that did show up at the 65 Motown Review sites and the airport to...
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    It was called the "James Jamerson Appreciation...

    It was called the "James Jamerson Appreciation Society" and actually DID exist in the U.K...I've personally spoken to people ON that tour about this...Keep in mind that Tamla as a label didnlt even...
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    Actually, it was widely known that when the...

    Actually, it was widely known that when the review landed in England, there was a devout James Jamerson fan club carrying signs who met the plane. Jack Ashford spoke about it in the SITSOM film.
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    James Jamerson Jr was his birthname. Actually,...

    James Jamerson Jr was his birthname. Actually, his son, James (RIP) who was known as James Jamerson Jr was ACTUALLY James Jamerson lll...
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    I thought "gender fluid" was something completely...

    I thought "gender fluid" was something completely different than is being discussed here...:rolleyes:
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    Now THAT (Too Hurt To Cry) does sound more along...

    Now THAT (Too Hurt To Cry) does sound more along the lines of a Crystals/Blossoms Spector song... I don't recall hearing that song before..'
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    Run Run Run sounds more to me like HDH in their...

    Run Run Run sounds more to me like HDH in their embryonic period still developing and searching for that patented HDH sound...not quite there, but well on the way... It was also a case of Bari Sax...
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    The imposters need to "stay in their corner"...

    The imposters need to "stay in their corner"...
  25. It's quite normal for these lead singers...

    It's quite normal for these lead singers (especially when huge ego's enter in) who have convinced themselves that the rest of the group could not survive without them, yet they are splitting the...
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