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    20098 Thanks for your response, Milven. Seems...

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    Thanks for your response, Milven. Seems we have a lot in common. My first 50 or so records were 78s. I, too, bought Earth Angel, and Sincerely and several others in 1953 and '54 [[actually,...
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    20095 Everything you stated in your post is true...

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    Everything you stated in your post is true for me, and Ralph, and Denis Coffey, and Bob Ohlsson, and probably about at least 10-12 other regular posters here. So how can you be sure that...
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    20094 I graduated from High School in June,...

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    I graduated from High School in June, 1963, so I was already out of school when Motown really became a national phenomenon. So, we never had Motown, or any other Pop or R&B songs played in...
  4. Thread: Remember when?

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    20093 My sister's played jacks, pick-up sticks...

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    My sister's played jacks, pick-up sticks and hop-scotch. But boys in our neighbourhood didn't. They played Street Hockey in May and early June and September and early October. We were in...
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    20092 I can't comment with any knowledge about...

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    I can't comment with any knowledge about those Canadian LPs on US-style labels, other than admitting that they look like they were pressed for The Canadian, rather than the US Market. I don't...
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    20091 As I remember, ALL Motown Canadian...

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    As I remember, ALL Motown Canadian releases at that time [[both LPs and 45s) were issued on Canadian Tamla. There were no Canadian Gordy, or Melody records in 1962 or '63. Canadian releases...
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    20090 When Motown's usual local Detroit Metro...

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    When Motown's usual local Detroit Metro and Southeastern Michigan pressing plants were backed up with jobs, and Motown wanted to get product out right away, they went across the river to...
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    - 20077 It was! 76th! I spent it with my sister,...

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    It was! 76th! I spent it with my sister, brother-in-law, and nephews and nieces in L.A. at a party for me, and celebrating US Thanksgiving. We celebrated Canadian Thanksgiving last month. ...
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    20052 I arrived about a month or 2 after the...

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    I arrived about a month or 2 after the forum started in early 2001. David Meikle, one of the founders, still makes a post here every now and then. Bob Ohlsson and Dennis Coffey were members,...
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    20051 A European Tamla-Motown...

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    A European Tamla-Motown Subsidiary/franchise must have distributed it. Perhaps the German, Dutch, or Italian?

    My guess is that the Filipino Tamla-Motown franchise probably pressed. issued,...
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    20049 How can you choose this record as "The...

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    How can you choose this record as "The CRAZIEST" record produced by Motown, when you don't even know how it sounds? It's not even remotely memorable in ANY way, let alone CRAZY. The title...
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    20045 Here's a purely Chicago minor hit by...

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    Here's a purely Chicago minor hit by Geraldine, produced by Johnny Pate, and written by Curtom songwriter, Johnny Jones:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSMjyKMcqRY
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    20043 As far as I remember Geraldine was a...

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    As far as I remember Geraldine was a Chicago resident, who was taken by her Chicago Manager/producer, Bob Catron, to Detroit, to work with Mike Hanks and sometimes Dave Hamilton, to record her...
  14. 20038 I wonder if George Clinton, Kerr and...

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    I wonder if George Clinton, Kerr and Barnes, and Gene Redd, Jr. all got together, and decided to get even with Berry Gordy for firing them, by showing him they could write and produce...
  15. 20037 I learned from our own Motown Forum, that...

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    I learned from our own Motown Forum, that Joe Martin [[Mar)[[Later of Relic Records) and George Clinton[[Ton) were the co-owners of Marton Records, and that Clinton was not involved in Kay=O...
  16. 20035 Thanks Nick. I didn't know that Clinton...

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    Thanks Nick. I didn't know that Clinton was a co-owner. Were there any other Martin Records other than 1001 and 1002? I knew that Tamala Lewis recorded as one of The Parlettes, and wonder...
  17. Marton/Kay=O Record Labels Releasing N.Y. Jobete Music Office-Produced Songs

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    I am interested in New York's Marton Records and its apparent sister label, Kay=O Records, because every song on their only 3 records I've seen, have been published by Jobete Music Co. I have...
  18. Marton/Kay=O Record Labels releasing N.Y. Jobete Music Office-Produced Songs

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    I am interested in New York's Marton Records and its apparent sister label, Kay=O Records, because every song on their only 3 records I've seen, have been published by Jobete Music Co. I...
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    We had a discussion about that here, and I seem...

    We had a discussion about that here, and I seem to remember that it was around the last half of May or early June that the bootleg pressings of "My Guy" occurred, and Jobete's NY Office was shut down...
  20. 20024 Sorry to find out about this sad news. My...

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    Sorry to find out about this sad news. My condolences to all who knew him, loved him, and appreciated him.
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    20015 Sorry to hear this sad news. Ivy was my...

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    Sorry to hear this sad news. Ivy was my favourite writer, as he was the driving force in the Stevenson-Hunter writing team, and then were my favourite songwriting team. Their music brought a...
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    20011 Glad to see this documentary now. I'd...

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    Glad to see this documentary now. I'd miss a lot of videos like this if not for other SDF members. Thanks for posting it. Their music brought a lot of joy into my life. And I'm glad to have...
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    20006 I've always liked the original, "I'm A...

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    I've always liked the original, "I'm A Coward" by him from early 1962, produced by ex-Motowner, Robert Bateman, and arranged by ex-Motowner, Sonny Sanders. But, I guess people often like what...
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    20003 Thanks for the tip. I've just noticed a...

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    Thanks for the tip. I've just noticed a comment about the G&G issue on Discogs, stating that the other "G" in G&G stands for "Gil Roberts". Now the overall information is even more murky.
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    20002 I've just noticed a comment about the G&G...

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    I've just noticed a comment about the G&G issue on Discogs, stating that the other "G" in G&G stands for "Gil Roberts". So, the "information" on this record is even more murky.
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