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    He must have owned a ton of material. I would...

    He must have owned a ton of material. I would think that he usually did own the negatives, though; otherwise, it would be difficult to maintain the value of his archives. Maybe for this photo the...
  2. They don't say anything about Vol. 2 on the Real...

    They don't say anything about Vol. 2 on the Real Gone site. King must have released quite a bit of recordings, if even a 3rd disk is necessary to make it "complete." I like the way we get the...
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    Thanks Reese. I edited my original post after...

    Thanks Reese. I edited my original post after looking Ochs up in Wikipedia.
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    Actually, that's not correct. Ochs is an...

    Actually, that's not correct. Ochs is an archivist and collector of photographs, but not the photographer. He is often credited because he owns the copyrights to the photos.

    He's still living,...
  5. Only 14 songs per disk? Seems kind of cheap...

    Only 14 songs per disk? Seems kind of cheap IMHO. Likely they could have fit all 28 tracks on one CD.

    Real Gone did a Ben E. King singles set which was also 2-CDs. They dubbed it The Complete...
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    The album "High Energy" is also my absolute...

    The album "High Energy" is also my absolute favorite - of any Supremes lineup. I love that album. I hate to sound like a cliche, but I do think if the title track had been promoted more, it would...
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    "When Can Brown Begin" reminds me of another...

    "When Can Brown Begin" reminds me of another maudlin song, "Ebony and Ivory." I thought some of the lyrics in "Brown" like the line about salt and pepper were just abysmal. Still, Jean delivered...
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    Thanks for sharing your opinion. Is "Floy Joy"...

    Thanks for sharing your opinion.

    Is "Floy Joy" your favorite 70s Supreme album? I remember reading in Mary's book it was her favorite because all the three girls' voices were utilized without so...
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    It's a really well done piece. I didn't know...

    It's a really well done piece. I didn't know about it until much later and had some trouble finding it, but glad to have it.
  10. The Catalina Bar & Grill is such a great place. ...

    The Catalina Bar & Grill is such a great place. Every seat is great, the atmosphere is fun and reminds me of an old style jazz club from back in the 40s or 50s. Their food is good too and very...
  11. Forget about Nitzche, I wanna know the other guy!

    Forget about Nitzche, I wanna know the other guy!
  12. You're very welcome. Great to have these songs...

    You're very welcome. Great to have these songs all in one place to review and listen to.
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    @Marv, how do you feel about the Jimmy Webb...

    @Marv, how do you feel about the Jimmy Webb album? I'm interested in your opinion.
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    You know, we always forget that Stevie Wonder's...

    You know, we always forget that Stevie Wonder's second album was actually a concept album, "Tribute to Uncle Ray." And a great album it was, too. I think much better than the "Soul/Jazz of Little...
  15. Onto a subject of great importance, now. I see...

    Onto a subject of great importance, now.

    I see Brian Wilson on Spector's right and on his far left Mike Love and Bobby Hatfield (of the Righteous Brothers).

    Who's the good looking guy to Mike...
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    Check out the great "Psychedelic Soul" collection...

    Check out the great "Psychedelic Soul" collection if you haven't seen it before. It truly shows how great the Whitfield period was for this group.
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    I always thought Motown albums were made better...

    I always thought Motown albums were made better by including cover versions of well known songs, and I don't think this one would have been an exception. I still like the album, even though I can't...
  18. Real Gone is an amazing label, run by Gordon...

    Real Gone is an amazing label, run by Gordon Anderson who was the founder of Collectors Choice music, another great mail order label which back in the 90s was, after Rhino and Bear Family,...
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    I'm glad you guys have gotten through your health...

    I'm glad you guys have gotten through your health scares. I smoked a long, long time ago. I guess I would say at that time it seemed that everyone smoked. Not only in restaurants, but on planes,...
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    Wow, 18 years. I had no idea. Congrats!

    Wow, 18 years. I had no idea. Congrats!
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    I agree. Some great tracks including the title...

    I agree. Some great tracks including the title track, a real tour de force for Diane, but much of the album is dull, dull, dull. The "Save the Children" medley is especially hard to sit through and...
  22. Come on guys, let's get behind this release. ...

    Come on guys, let's get behind this release. We're not getting these at the frequency we used to, so be sure to support those at Real Gone who finally did what we've hoped for, for years. And be...
  23. Youíre immortal! Also my idol! Iím jealous. My...

    Youíre immortal! Also my idol! Iím jealous. My sister got to be on romper room but I never did! Now thereís you!
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    I don't think I ever knew that was Smokey's...

    I don't think I ever knew that was Smokey's voice, though I never really played that album much. I know a lot of fans like the album (and I think it was Mary's favorite) but I found it dull and too...
  25. Well I probably should have known about him then....

    Well I probably should have known about him then. I do remember Jingles the Clown but I think he was in the afternoon. And Poopdeck Paul who hosted the Popeye cartoons.

    You know there's a great...
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