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    18973 Here's one from Detroit drummer/producer,...

    18973
    Here's one from Detroit drummer/producer, who also worked on many Motown sessions:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljWwjbPqqig
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    18973 This sounds like a late 1962 or early 1963...

    18973
    This sounds like a late 1962 or early 1963 Motown cut. Probably several Motown musicians playing on it, and I've heard that songwriter, Dorothy Pierce, was an alias for Holland, Dozier, and...
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    18973 Here's another J.J. Barnes produced by...

    18973
    Here's another J.J. Barnes produced by ex-Motowner, Don Davis:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7b3PGR6zDc&list=PLNTAoASr7COfm9NNTHRQXm_a 1T9S2YjNt&index=87
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    18973 Here's another Richard Parker production,...

    18973
    Here's another Richard Parker production, and another Mary Love song:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyXBUsj9GfE&list=PLNTAoASr7COfm9NNTHRQXm_a 1T9S2YjNt&index=11
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    18973 This was ex-Motowner, ex-husband of Mary...

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    This was ex-Motowner, ex-husband of Mary Wells, Herman Griffin producing his new ladyfriend's group:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgkHL7AXh2M
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    18973 I always thought that Chicago producer,...

    18973
    I always thought that Chicago producer, Richard Parker, learned how to make Detroit-style Soul records while working in Detroit, for Ed Wingate's Golden World/Ric-Tic Records. This one has a...
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    18972 Detroit's Martiniques sound like they're...

    18972
    Detroit's Martiniques sound like they're singing a 1959 or 1960 Miracles' song:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SE7x2mHsCw&list=RDEMSZjDbEc8XtHRn3hmU-vjhA&start_radio=1

    The sax even...
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    18971 Here's Detroiter Shirley Lawson: ...

    18971
    Here's Detroiter Shirley Lawson:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqvcnbD5znU
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    18970 George Clinton wrote this together with...

    18970
    George Clinton wrote this together with Brian Holland and Lamont Dozier for Motown, but they never used. So Clinton gave it to Gene Redd at Ed Wingate's Golden World, after Berry fired him,...
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    18969 Here's one produced by Sidney Barnes,...

    18969
    Here's one produced by Sidney Barnes, under the alias, M. Alexander, just after Sidney and the whole New York Motown/Jobete Music Office was shut down by Berry Gordy, and everyone in it was...
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    18968 No. Not only have I never seen one, I've...

    18968
    No. Not only have I never seen one, I've never heard of that misprinting mispressing.
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    18963 I'm sure not. In 1960, in Canada, Motown...

    18963
    I'm sure not. In 1960, in Canada, Motown product was only issued on Canadian non-Motown labels. Canadian Tamla hadn't started yet. And once Motown was issuing their own product on their own...
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    18934 Chris Clark sounds nothing like Connie...

    18934
    Chris Clark sounds nothing like Connie Clark. Connie Clark sounds nothing like Connie Haines. Why would Herman Griffith, and the South L.A. Los Angeles-based owner of Joker Records, who had...
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    18924 We had two extremely long threads on them...

    18924
    We had two extremely long threads on them - one for the L.A. Office, and one for the New York office, where we covered just about all the known non-Motown Jobete song recordings, which were...
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    18917 That C & B record was re-issued in 1961 as...

    18917
    That C & B record was re-issued in 1961 as by The Five Blacks:
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    18916 I'd bet the farm that that and Willis'...

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    I'd bet the farm that that and Willis' other cuts found in The Vaults were just recordings that were made at Motown's recording studio when it was rented to outsiders. Mike McLean showed me...
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    18905 And producers and arrangers and...

    18905
    And producers and arrangers and moonlighting or ex-Motown songwriters, too.
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    18894 That's because the record sessions were...

    18894
    That's because the record sessions were held in outside [[non-Motown) studios, and the producers were NOT working for Motown on those projects, and the artists were not signed to Motown for...
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    18885 All 3 or 4 [including Gloria) were...

    18885
    All 3 or 4 [including Gloria) were credited as The Vandellas backing Marvin Gaye on at least 2 records, and backing Saundra Mallett on her Tamla single.
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    18872 I think that The Miracles' version of...

    18872
    I think that The Miracles' version of "After All" was the best.
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    18871 According to the Toronto Globe and Mail...

    18871
    According to the Toronto Globe and Mail newspaper article, Toronto's Darnells had been signed as singing artists and recorded "Too Hurt To Cry", and we surmised that IF the Toronto group was...
  22. 18834 This is great! Somehow I missed it when...

    18834
    This is great! Somehow I missed it when it was out. Glad I caught it now. :D
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    18725 Any time you see an artist's 2 biggest...

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    Any time you see an artist's 2 biggest hits back-to-back on a promo, you can bet it's a bootleg. Helpless was recorded in a significantly later session [[months later). So why on Earth would...
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    18722 That is a bootleg. I first saw it and got...

    18722
    That is a bootleg. I first saw it and got mine in the very late 1970s or beginning of the 1980s. I was working at Motown then, and know it was NOT a legitimate Motown release.
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    18705 Sorry to hear this sad news. I knew Mike...

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    Sorry to hear this sad news. I knew Mike when we worked together at Hanna Barbera, I worked at Hanna Barbera Feature Animation, and Turner Feature Animation, and met him when I need copies of...
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