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  1. Could be! Bill Wardlow was pretty protective of...

    Could be! Bill Wardlow was pretty protective of his charts ,but was it about this time that they started .....mmmm...... slipping?
  2. And Diana Ross did not take her wardrobe...

    And Diana Ross did not take her wardrobe seriously?:confused:

    What I'm curious to know is which one wore it first !!?
  3. oh I can think of easily a half dozen other...

    oh I can think of easily a half dozen other songs that mention that date.

    No seriously, that's a very clever one. Well done! :)
  4. well I'll be doggone ....look what followed...

    well I'll be doggone ....look what followed automatically on you tube :eek::


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=auEilvaO--k
  5. Nice Extended version: ...

    Nice Extended version:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GV11qq-VCyA

    as I listen to the intro I'm expecting to vocally hear the J5. Yes I could hear them doing this.
  6. Merry Cool Christmas From Morris Day:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AL_6CjDkb1o
  7. Here's the movie theme they were hyping: ...

    Here's the movie theme they were hyping:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTE4lMvfjZM

    SUPERNATURAL VOODOO WOMAN

    she do voodoo
    she do voodoo on you
    she do voodoo
  8. what was that follow-up duet they did...

    what was that follow-up duet they did together??..

    ... YOU DON'T BRING ME FLOWERS TO THROW OFF THE TALLAHATCHIE BRIDGE ANYMORE
  9. oh brother ,:rolleyes: Ronald Reagan was...

    oh brother ,:rolleyes:

    Ronald Reagan was governor of California the entire time Motown was making the big transition to his state as well as during the period Diana was breaking into...
  10. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/content/dam/news/2017/...

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/content/dam/news/2017/06/04/TELEMMGLPICT000130877833_trans_NvBQzQNjv4Bqwj4wOfSbCvCju4t9NhXhnikiJ1yc4EZrb5UXEFho6dI.jpeg?imwidth=480https://i.pinimg.com/474x/1c/c3/d0/1cc3d0...
  11. Thanks for your input johnjeb. Unfortunately , I...

    Thanks for your input johnjeb. Unfortunately , I only have a book that contains a list that doesn't explain each rejection , so since i can't explain them , I think I'll put an end to this torturous...
  12. RHYTHM OF THE NIGHT by DeBarge which reached #3...

    RHYTHM OF THE NIGHT by DeBarge which reached #3 on Billboard's Hot 100 in 1985 is a great answer imo,


    but it isn't on this list .....for whatever the reason. ( ??)


    While we're at it...
  13. Yes good call vgalindo! IT'S MY TURN by Diana...

    Yes good call vgalindo! IT'S MY TURN by Diana Ross reached #9 on the Hot 100 in 1980 and is listed at #75 on this list.


    From the movie of the same name :


    ...
  14. Another week means another new chart! With...

    Another week means another new chart!

    With plenty of Motown action:

    The Jackson Five's I'LL BE THERE has now been #1 for five weeks and has become Motown's most successful single of their...
  15. OK , not seeing a reason (?) to exclude them ,...

    OK ,
    not seeing a reason (?) to exclude them , (unless their chart performances were shy of the qualifying totals needed to place on this Top 100?) ... let's modify this list to include both BEN...
  16. it must have gone to voicemail

    it must have gone to voicemail
  17. Reese, I am at loss as to why Theme From...

    Reese, I am at loss as to why Theme From Mahogany is not on this list?

    Did Diana not record this version for the movie ??:confused:


    BEN is not included either . Why not ? There is no...
  18. Good choices Reese. One is correct !!:cool:

    Good choices Reese. One is correct !!:cool:
  19. Motown's Most Successful Singles From Motion Pictures ?

    I count five of them from Motown that made The Top 100 rock era songs (up to 1991) for movies based on their Billboard Hot 100 chart performance.

    The list from the book, HOTTEST HOT 100 HITS,...
  20. Very good ! :) The answer is The Jackson...

    Very good ! :)

    The answer is The Jackson Five's version of CORNER OF THE SKY from PIPPIN which reached number 18 on Billboard's Hot 100 (released October 1972), making it the #29 ranking musical...
  21. Should've done better: FOREVER CAME TODAY.......

    Should've done better:

    FOREVER CAME TODAY.... Top 15
    I'M GONNA LET MY HEART .....Top 10
    NATHAN JONES .....Top 10
    UP THE LADDER ....Top 3


    why ? they deserved it !:D
  22. Motown's Most Succesful Single From Musical Theatre ? :

    According To 1991's "Billboard's Hottest Hot 100 Hits" :

    This Motown release earned a spot on the Top 30 musical theater tunes to have charted on the Billboard Hot 100 :


    _________???
    ...
  23. thank you Heikki . I enjoyed learning more about...

    thank you Heikki . I enjoyed learning more about H B Barnum!


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxIHh6lr4ic
  24. I'm glad you mentioned this one. Stellar event...

    I'm glad you mentioned this one. Stellar event that album.
  25. The two Motown representatives are: The...

    The two Motown representatives are:


    The Temptations- THE TEMPTATIONS GREATEST HITS ranks at #83 with 65 weeks in the album Top 40.
    Lionel Richie - CANT SLOW DOWN ranks at#58 with 78 weeks.
    ...
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