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    Classic Soul JAMS!

    Today is my birthday and with each one I am blessed with I like to look back some. In this case I am looking back at some of the BEST Classic Soul Jams in my opinion. Are you with me? Here's a few that make the cut:

    Eddie Floyd - Knock On Wood - 1966


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    One of my underrated idols.........Little Willie John and "Fever" - 1956


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    Aretha Franklin - I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You - 1967


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    James Brown - I Feel Good -1965


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    Wilson Pickett -- Get Me Back On Time Engine Number 9 - 1970


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    The Four Tops - Baby I Need Your Loving - 1964


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    Kim Weston - Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me A Little While) (1965)


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    I'm with you on all except the ones by Wilson Pickett, Kim Weston, and the one by little Willie John.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulster View Post
    I'm with you on all except the ones by Wilson Pickett, Kim Weston, and the one by little Willie John.
    Soulster, what about those?

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    Great start to a lifetime soundtrack, Marv. My own would include a lot of Motown, Atlantic, and Philly. Mainly Atlantic from the '50s, Motown from the '60s, and Philly records from the '70s.

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    Hey marv,you da man,great,great selections,ya know marv in da hood a birthday last for 2 years[including leap years]so party on my brother..oh i'm alrady drinking a toast to you..i started last week,,hiccup!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Oz View Post
    Great start to a lifetime soundtrack, Marv. My own would include a lot of Motown, Atlantic, and Philly. Mainly Atlantic from the '50s, Motown from the '60s, and Philly records from the '70s.

    Thank you Jerry. I am going to try to find great representative clips for each of those labels and post them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Hey marv,you da man,great,great selections,ya know marv in da hood a birthday last for 2 years[including leap years]so party on my brother..oh i'm alrady drinking a toast to you..i started last week,,hiccup!!!
    You are the best JAI! One day, if I hit the lottery I am going to have an all Soulful Detroit Party and you are on top the list buddy! LOL!

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    One of the most meaningful songs for a kid, a teenager growing up in 70s............ME! From Christmas 1975:


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    From Winter 1969 y'all......Ms Betty Everett , the Sound of Chicago!


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    I know you remember this one from the latter part of 68'. The Moments and "Not On the Outside"


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    Staying in Washington D.C. for a "moment". The greatest "doo-wop" of the 70s! Terry Huff And Special Delivery - I Destroyed Your Love(Part 1 & 2):


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    Now bringing it back to Detroit, my homeboys........The Dramatics from the Winter of 1971-72!


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    Freda, Freda...............please take me with you...LOL!


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    Jackie Wilson "Stop Doggin' Me Around" Not much more you can say. Jackie was really putting it down!


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    Brother Ray and his 1957 smash! "(Night time Is) The Right Time".


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    Happy birthday to you! Thanks for sharing. Awesome list! Hearing some of these songs for the first time. I got to download those.

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    Luciano, you are most welcome and thank you! Yes, I am hoping we can all create an awesome, master list of Classic Soul Jams from various decades.

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    Happy birthday, Marv2, you have selected the real "icons" of classic soul. In fact, IMHO, apart from the fact that i'm a Philly Sound lover, "In Philadelphia" album by Wiked Pickett is the best IMHO and also in the opinion of many music criticals.

    When I was younger and I was joyful and / or celebrating something, I started my particular "jam session" playing "I'm For Real" 45' by George Duke (with the hilarious scream at the beginning), continued with "Fishbite" by Ramsey Lewis and "Nursery Rhymes" by People's Choice and "Berta But Booguie" by Jimmy Castor...

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    Quote Originally Posted by manny View Post
    Happy birthday, Marv2, you have selected the real "icons" of classic soul. In fact, IMHO, apart from the fact that i'm a Philly Sound lover, "In Philadelphia" album by Wiked Pickett is the best IMHO and also in the opinion of many music criticals.

    When I was younger and I was joyful and / or celebrating something, I started my particular "jam session" playing "I'm For Real" 45' by George Duke (with the hilarious scream at the beginning), continued with "Fishbite" by Ramsey Lewis and "Nursery Rhymes" by People's Choice and "Berta But Booguie" by Jimmy Castor...
    Thanks Manny! You have to excellent picks yourself. I loved George Duke's work. I am going to look for some of the ones you list and post them.

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    We couldn't leave school without jammin' to this one. From Spring 1974! Kool & the Gang with "Hollywood Swinging".


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    Mo' from '74 (and Camden, NJ LOL!) The Jimmy Castor Bunch "Bertha Butt Boogie "


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    Curtis Mayfield - "Move On Up" 1970 Chicago Soul!!!


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    1970 was a great year and this song helped make it one: Stevie Wonder - "Signed, Sealed, Delivered"


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    It's 1965 and it is HOUSE PARTY TIME! LOL!!!!

    "Shotgun" -Junior Walker & the All-Stars


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    I was graduating from Jr. High and this was on the radio. From June 1974, Blue Magic and "Sideshow".


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    Back to 1970 and the start of new decade. From January 1970
    (boy it was cold that year.....LOL!) "Didn't I Blow Your Mind" by The Delfonics!


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    Big Billy Stewart from the summer of 1966. We had this local DJ named "Charlie Chuck" on station WKLR and this was theme song "Chuck, chuck, ta chuck , chuck....." LOL! Go ahead Billy!


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    A Perennial Detroit Favorite: The Temptations and " The Way You Do The Things You Do " from 1964.


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    Etta reminds me so much of my Aunt Ella..........Etta James "Tell Mama" from 1967. Miss Etta was gettin' it!

    Last edited by marv2; 09-13-2016 at 09:22 PM.

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    Wore this one out doing "the James Brown" as kid in 1968! LOL!

    GENE CHANDLER - THERE WAS A TIME


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    Lost somewhere in 1971......My guys, the Stylistics!


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    You have to sing the lead and background parts to this one. This was our little "get down" record in the Fall of '67. "I Heard It Through The Grapevine" - Gladys Knight & The Pips '1967


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    I was made to love her......the little girl across the street, hey Teresa T.! LOL! From the summer of 1967 Mr. Stevie Wonder:


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    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    Freda, Freda...............please take me with you...LOL!


    I believe that our forum member, the late great Bob Babbitt is on bass here.

    edafan

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    Quote Originally Posted by edafan View Post
    I believe that our forum member, the late great Bob Babbitt is on bass here.

    edafan

    I miss Bob. I was lucky enough to meet him back in 2005.

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    Come on now, let's do the "Harlem Shuffle" with Bob & Earl:


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    I saw them sing this live at City Park, Toledo, Ohio in 1966. I was kid so I had to push the big kids out of the way to see the stage LOL! My girls! The Marvelettes:


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    Sam and Dave - "Hold on I'm Coming" Saturday night in the sixties!!!!


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    This made a big noise in the summer of '74. Labelle and "What Can I Do For You"


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    They say this song was released in April,1973, but I distinctively remember there being snow on the ground when I first heard it on the radio, but oh well...........


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    The Spinners were so popular in the seventies that all you needed was their current album and you had a party! Here's one of my favorite from those days - "Mighty Love" - 1974


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    Let's take a trip to Cleveland and check brother Bobby Womack and "THAT'S THE WAY I FEEL ABOUT 'CHA"


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    A true classic here from Mr. Darrell Banks from Detroit, MI, by way of Mansfield, Ohio:


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    More Chicago Soul! Sounding like it was right out of the church, Jerry Butler and the Impressions and "For Your Precious Love" 1958:


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