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    19816So sorry to hear this sad news. His music...

    19816So sorry to hear this sad news. His music brought a lot of joy to a lot of people. We'll miss him a lot.
  2. 19810 Thanks! What I am really looking for is...

    19810
    Thanks! What I am really looking for is the shoe prints diagram that shows the sequence of step moves.
  3. 19809 I have it now. Maybe I saw it back in...

    19809
    I have it now. Maybe I saw it back in 1965. Played a few bars, hated it, and so didn't buy it or listen more. I don't remember hearing it on radio in Chicago. But The Entertainers IV song...
  4. 19808 WOW!!! That is about as unexpected as...

    19808
    WOW!!! That is about as unexpected as unexpected can get!!! The Temptations dancing with Molly Pican [[Queen of The Yiddish Theatre)!!!! ;)
  5. 19807 Thanks Paul. What I saw was a glossy...

    19807
    Thanks Paul.
    What I saw was a glossy publicity photo of All 5 Temptations in a line, each doing a different step of "The Temptation Walk", with the photo paper extended below as a white area...
  6. 19806 Thanks Graham, But the photo I wanted...

    19806
    Thanks Graham,
    But the photo I wanted was only one of those six shots, and each is too small to be adequate, and furthermore, it is actually the symbolic footprints demonstrating the dance...
  7. Publicity photo of Temptations doing The Temptation Walk w/ footstep diagram below

    19803
    Can someone here post the publicity photo of The Temptations doing "The Temptation Walk" with the dance's footstep diagram below it? My copy is in Europe, and I can't get to it now, and I...
  8. 19799 From which language is that line? I can't...

    19799
    From which language is that line? I can't tell from XIT's probably heavy American accent and notary good elocution. Certainly they are not native speakers of it.
  9. 19798 You all forgot "I Comma Zimba Zio" by...

    19798
    You all forgot "I Comma Zimba Zio" by Abdullah, on Soul 35051! A classic from 1968. :cool:

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  10. 19797 Cal led on a whole bunch [[around 10 or...

    19797
    Cal led on a whole bunch [[around 10 or more) of totally French language songs by The Velvelettes while with Motown, as she was fully fluent in Français. Those recordings were made for the...
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    19788 I remember having seen that song being...

    19788
    I remember having seen that song being listed on a Motown in-house list of slated 45 releases with numbers assigned [[while flipping through some administrative papers at Motown during the mid...
  12. Thread: The Lollipops

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    Of course, I meant "VIP single", as opposed to...

    Of course, I meant "VIP single", as opposed to "Gordy single".
  13. 19785 I liked Adam Wade almost from his...

    19785
    I liked Adam Wade almost from his beginning. I bought "Rain From The Skies", "Ruby", "Take Good Care of Her", and "The Writing On The Wall" brand new when they came out. He was a crooner,...
  14. 19770 Thanks for posting this great interview....

    19770
    Thanks for posting this great interview. I'd never seen it before. I knew all about all the early period events in his history [[except the West Point situation), but learned a lot about his...
  15. Thread: Remember when?

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    19763 In Winnipeg, back during the 1940s and...

    19763
    In Winnipeg, back during the 1940s and 1950s, they almost NEVER cancelled school days for too much snow. We used to ski to school [[on cross-country skis). We didn't even bring them into the...
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    19750 My current car [[2013 Nissan) has a...

    19750
    My current car [[2013 Nissan) has a mini-tire [[only good for emergencies). In 1980, when I bought my Subaru 4-Wheel Wagon, it had an undersized spare, too. I immediately went to a junkyard...
  17. 19749 For me it's his time at Chess Records with...

    19749
    For me it's his time at Chess Records with Harvey Fuqua's New Moonglows, and his first couple years with Tamla [[1958-62).
  18. 19748 The Rayber Voices are definitely on this...

    19748
    The Rayber Voices are definitely on this recording, just as they were on Barrett Strong's version. The prominent voices probably Clarence Paul, and it's likely that although Berry was...
  19. 19742 Griffin was working basically with Ed...

    19742
    Griffin was working basically with Ed Wingate and JoAnne Bratton, right after the Golden World sale to Motown, as they were setting up the new, solid blue Ric-Tic label [[registered in...
  20. 19741 The Moonglows were actually from...

    19741
    The Moonglows were actually from Louisville, Kentucky. But Alan Freed brought them to Cleveland in 1952, to record for his new Champagne Records label, and then got them a deal with Art...
  21. 19740 Of course, this CD is VERY relevant to...

    19740
    Of course, this CD is VERY relevant to soulful Detroit, as all of those 1966-67 releases were Detroit productions by ex-Motowner, Herman Griffin [[Mary Wells' ex-husband), who, himself, was...
  22. 19732 Nice to know that my old memory is still...

    19732
    Nice to know that my old memory is still at least partly intact! :cool:
  23. 19731 I wonder if Carolyn was actually still...

    19731
    I wonder if Carolyn was actually still with Motown when Martha and The Vandellas recorded "Love Makes Me Do Foolish Things". I'm sure I saw recording dates by Carolyn on some of her later...
  24. 19720 WHY???? Alan Freed was a DJ who was a...

    19720
    WHY???? Alan Freed was a DJ who was a Jazz fan, who happened to discover R&B music, and decided to bring that to the attention of his mainly "Caucasian" radio [[and later, TV, Film, and live...
  25. 19665 I first heard The Supremes in spring 1961,...

    19665
    I first heard The Supremes in spring 1961, when I played "I Want A Guy" and "Never Again" on their Tamla single. I bought it because I liked so many Tamla records that I tried them all. I...
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