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    19499 That's because they originally planned to...

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    That's because they originally planned to release their version as a 45 single, and The Gladys Knight version was only slated as an LP cut. I'm not sure what they had planned for The...
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    19498 Here's The Jobete Motown song sung by a...

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    Here's The Jobete Motown song sung by a non-Motown artist:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HF6M5RumeJ0
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    - 19494 We all knew him as BOB Babbitt ,as his...

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    We all knew him as BOB Babbitt ,as his birth name was Robert not William. I've never heard of anyone calling him "Bill". Also, I thought his family name was spelled "Kreiner" with an "E",...
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    - 19491 Yes, I had a great birthday. We had a...

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    Yes, I had a great birthday. We had a small party [[with all vaccinated still locked down-working-at-home people at my sister's house in the L.A. Area), and went on to celebrate the US...
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    - Sh-Boom by the REAL group, - The Chords...

    Sh-Boom by the REAL group, - The Chords [[Chordcats & Sh-Booms)
  6. Thread: Remember when?

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    19467 My father's mother had a big, wide-mouthed...

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    My father's mother had a big, wide-mouthed washtub, a washboard, a wringer, and, although she and my Grandfather had indoor plumbing, they didn't have a garbage disposal. They didn't have...
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    - 19466 Ha! Ha! Ha! Gary's post not only returns...

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    Ha! Ha! Ha! Gary's post not only returns to connect with the last on-topic post, but also, at the same time, refers to my off-topic post, just previous to it!!! A VERY clever feat!!!...
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    - 19465 Amazing that this thread has reached 3,000...

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    Amazing that this thread has reached 3,000 pages!
    I don't think I've even looked at it since its first 30 pages or so. But that humongous EXACT number caught my eye. I suppose it's a...
  9. Thread: The Lollipops

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    19418 "Love Is The Only Answer" was released on...

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    "Love Is The Only Answer" was released on RCA, by The Lollipops group from New York/New Jersey Area. It was a Jobete Music Co. - written song, whose demo acetate was sung by a New York group...
  10. Thread: The Lollipops

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    19413 When I was going through The Motown Vaults...

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    When I was going through The Motown Vaults during The 1970s, we found about 6 cuts by Harry Balk's Lollipops, and 2 of those were released on their Gordy single. There have been many...
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    19406 I haven't seen that in The Netherlands. ...

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    I haven't seen that in The Netherlands. Most bank branches I've seen don't have driv-up lanes. Most bank transactions are done online. We can't even get cash in the bank. So, they wouldn't...
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    19405 Pneumatic tubes. I used to wish I could...

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    Pneumatic tubes.
    I used to wish I could get in a big Pneumatic tubes that would go to my house, when I was drunk, late at night at a party across town [[and especially when I rode my...
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    19404 I can't believe that when we had this...

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    I can't believe that when we had this discussion I didn't mention my sadistic old Electronics teacher, who, at the beginning of the semester, would line up all the boys [[back then, the shops...
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    19403 When I was young, back in the late 1940s...

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    When I was young, back in the late 1940s and through the early '50s, before normal people had TVs in their houses, comic books were one of our biggest evening or blizzard day entertainments....
  15. 19402 To me it was The '60s. I started...

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    To me it was The '60s. I started listening to music at the very beginning of The 1950s, so 1968-69 was already getting "too modern" for me. There wasn't even all that much I liked in The...
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    19400 Motown1115 was recalled, which is why it...

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    Motown1115 was recalled, which is why it was so difficult to find. It DID get into a few shops and had a small amount of sales. But, I tried desperately to get it for a long time, when it...
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    19398 VERY loose, as it isn't true, at all. It...

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    VERY loose, as it isn't true, at all. It was only an unsubstantiated [[because it wasn't true in any sense) rumour.
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    19395 For me, it was listening to my father's...

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    For me, it was listening to my father's Boogie Woogie, City Blues, R&Bish dance band, Jazz instrumentals, and Jazz vocals, and a few early and pre-R&B group records, such as by Champion Jack...
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    19394 "Motown artists name changes. Does...

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    "Motown artists name changes. Does anyone know of any single artist or group that changed their names? I'm not thinking of early names before they achieved popularity, i. e. Primettes to...
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    19393 Marvin had a single out with his name...

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    Marvin had a single out with his name spelled: Gay. I think it was an unnumbered "I'm Afraid The Masquerade Is Over"/"Witchcraft", if I remember correctly, which was released around the time...
  21. A good theory. Riley took the writing credits...

    A good theory. Riley took the writing credits for the song, himself, and he probably never did any songwriting, other than changing the wording in a phrase, or two, of his company's staff writers'...
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    19387 Yes, but let's not forget David.

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    Yes, but let's not forget David.
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    19385 Plunky piano on The Temptations' "It's...

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    Plunky piano on The Temptations' "It's Growing"
    String lead in on Temptations' "Since I Lost My Baby"
    Robert White's guitar lead in to Temptations' "My Girl"
    String and chorus lead into...
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    R&B 1953
    Soul 1964
  25. 19381 Since I Lost My Baby - Temptations What...

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    Since I Lost My Baby - Temptations
    What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted - Jimmy Ruffin
    It's Growing - The Temptations
    Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde - The Versatones
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