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    19395 For me, it was listening to my father's...

    19395
    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...

    19394
    "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...

    19393
    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...
  4. 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...

    19385
    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...
  7. 19382 R&B 1953 Soul 1964

    19382
    R&B 1953
    Soul 1964
  8. 19381 Since I Lost My Baby - Temptations What...

    19381
    Since I Lost My Baby - Temptations
    What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted - Jimmy Ruffin
    It's Growing - The Temptations
    Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde - The Versatones
  9. 19356 I like some of the acoustic music being...

    19356
    I like some of the acoustic music being made currently, especially in the Jazz and Folk genres, plus I like some of the Arab, Klesmer [[traditional Jewish), Gypsy, traditional Japanese and...
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    19355 Yes, Larry, I do too, as well as all four...

    19355
    Yes, Larry, I do too, as well as all four of the others. It was recorded before David joined the group, which is why we don't also hear HIS usually prominent voice.
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    19354 Thanks, Paul. That's DEFINITELY The...

    19354
    Thanks, Paul. That's DEFINITELY The Temptations. The blending of their voices is unmistakable. I see that Don't Forget The Motor City has some basic information on "When I Was In School",...
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    19352 Both groups sang backgrounds for Hattie...

    19352
    Both groups sang backgrounds for Hattie around the time of "When I Was In School". So it is possible that it is either group. So, I wish I could hear the cut. Surely there is a sales...
  13. 19351 You are correct. I Was one of the...

    19351
    You are correct. I Was one of the earliest Post WWII babies. But, in addition to being older, I've been quite old-fashioned and ridiculously nostalgic all my life, to a fault. I'm still...
  14. 19350 Danger! Old Fogey warning! - 1966,...

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    Danger! Old Fogey warning! -

    1966, with the start of Funk Music. 1970s Disco and the decline of The Motown Sound made it worse. 1980s fake musical sound machines [[digital) made it much...
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    19349 I should be able to tell The Love-Tones...

    19349
    I should be able to tell The Love-Tones from The Temptations, because I know Carl J
    ones' voice. and the group's overall sound. But, when I looked for advertising for the CD, I couldn't find...
  16. 19341 No. It was never released, and all the...

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    No. It was never released, and all the songs for it weren't recorded.
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    19340 I like The Uptones' version of Bobby...

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    I like The Uptones' version of Bobby darin's song, much better than his.
  18. 19339 The Pharaohs' "The Tracks Of My Tears" is...

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    The Pharaohs' "The Tracks Of My Tears" is another Jobete Music hit remake I've never before seen posted on this type of thread:
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  19. 19338 The Wilbur, to whom I referred, was Wilbur...

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    The Wilbur, to whom I referred, was Wilbur GoldEN, who was the owner of Detroit's Correc-Tone Records, who lured such Motowners as Robert Bateman, his fellow Satintone, Sonny Sanders, Popcorn...
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    19337 I guess you're referring to the theme of...

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    I guess you're referring to the theme of the lyrics being similar. But the music is different as night and day from Motown's Sound on "In The Neighborhood". It's a LOT more like the...
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    19335 Add The Scott Brothers.

    19335
    Add The Scott Brothers.
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    19334 Add The Magnificents [[Magnificent...

    19334
    Add The Magnificents [[Magnificent Montague's group).
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    19333 "I Still Love You" by The Superlatives and...

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    "I Still Love You" by The Superlatives and Andre Williams [[Ronald Records)
    "Somebody Help Me" by Donald and The Delighters and Lennie Satin[[FIP Records)
    "Someday Baby" by Diane Cunningham...
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    19331 Add "Words" by The Majestics.

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    Add "Words" by The Majestics.
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    19325 Sorry. It's too new for me to have ever...

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    Sorry. It's too new for me to have ever seen the record. I died in 1969. So, I had no idea it had the contraction in print, despite buying all her group records during the 1960s. Well, if...
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