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  1. #201
    Aretha Franklin - Master Of Eyes (The Deepness Of Your Eyes) Probably her most powerful, most underrated song that I remember first hearing on the radio in February of 1973. We went out to look for it on an album.
    It was not included on her current album,but released as a single only and what a record it is! She just climbs and climbs until her voice just burst in the heavens.....whew!


  2. #202
    Quote Originally Posted by splanky View Post
    Chaka Khan made that band explode in popularity. Threw down the gauntlet in music and
    made a lot of other women in the business try to step up their game. And thankfully
    she's still here ...
    When they made Chaka, the broke the mold! She became the Gold Standard at that point.

  3. #203
    Teddy Pendergrass - Close the Door. This dude went a step further than Tom Jones. He had women throwing their underwear and their numbers at him! LOL!
    Memories here of the Spring/Summer of 1978..........


  4. #204
    Let's go back to 1964 and the Windy City of Chicago for this one. Miss Jackie Ross with some of the catchiest lyrics ever and "Selfish One"!


  5. #205
    Can you get to this? The Ohio Players from Fall 1973 and " Ecstasy"!!!


  6. #206
    Quote Originally Posted by Luciano View Post
    Another song I have been meaning to add, one of my favorites by Smokey & the Miracles....


    Classic, classic, classic!!!! Where did all the great music go?

  7. #207
    Thanks to Luciano for The Dramatic's tracks!

    Hey, Marv, more good memories to me with "Life Is A Son Worth Singing" by TP... I purchased this album in Barcelona the same year was published... I got my heart break after a love deception affair these days and because this fact (or not) I "connected" immediately with "Cold Cold World", perhaps the most mellow tune by TP and the entire PIR catalogue. Of course, the entire LP is pure gold!

  8. #208
    Great stuff Marv. Loving that Ohio Players song. Nice addition on Aretha! Have never heard that before. Good revisiting Jackie and Teddy's songs.

    You are welcome Manny. I still have to post my favorite Dramatics song.

    Good question Marv. For me, I don't hate today's music but honestly nothing will be as great.

  9. #209
    Hey marv,how bout...i cried all the way home-the dramatics,a killer!!!

  10. #210
    How can i tell mom and dad- the lovelites

  11. #211
    Quote Originally Posted by manny View Post
    Thanks to Luciano for The Dramatic's tracks!

    Hey, Marv, more good memories to me with "Life Is A Son Worth Singing" by TP... I purchased this album in Barcelona the same year was published... I got my heart break after a love deception affair these days and because this fact (or not) I "connected" immediately with "Cold Cold World", perhaps the most mellow tune by TP and the entire PIR catalogue. Of course, the entire LP is pure gold!
    Manny , I know what you mean. I also bought the album as soon as it came out in '78. I had broken up with my high school sweetheart and had several young ladies I was interested in and seeing at that time. I would listen to the whole album at least once a week. "Cold , Cold World was a great track.

  12. #212
    Quote Originally Posted by Luciano View Post
    Great stuff Marv. Loving that Ohio Players song. Nice addition on Aretha! Have never heard that before. Good revisiting Jackie and Teddy's songs.

    You are welcome Manny. I still have to post my favorite Dramatics song.

    Good question Marv. For me, I don't hate today's music but honestly nothing will be as great.
    Just wait, I have more for you.
    Last edited by marv2; 10-17-2016 at 09:48 PM.

  13. #213
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Hey marv,how bout...i cried all the way home-the dramatics,a killer!!!
    Oh yeah my homeboys! That was when they were calling themselves "Ron Bannks & the Dramatics" that year because of some other group came out as "The Dramatics".


  14. #214
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    How can i tell mom and dad- the lovelites
    Oh yeah I remember that song. It was popular in the Fall of 1969. "My Conscious" was a favorite around my way.


  15. #215
    I'd rather be hurt by you-the stylistics

  16. #216
    It's time for some duets.

    First up Marvin & Tammi....

    Last edited by Luciano; 10-19-2016 at 08:35 PM.

  17. #217
    Now moving from Motown to Stax. I can't find a live clip. Too bad.

    Otis & Carla.....What you call me......Tramp!


  18. #218
    This is classic and I never get tired of hearing it.

    Roberta & Donny....


  19. #219
    Peaches & Herb.....

    Last edited by Luciano; 10-19-2016 at 08:36 PM.

  20. #220
    Two of the most underrated singers.

    Patti & James.....


  21. #221
    Now heading back to the 60's

    Betty & Jerry.....


  22. #222
    Howsabout a little Stax?

  23. #223
    Oh, and more from Booker T.

  24. #224
    Marv, you and I are probably the only two on this board who dig this one (well, TimmyFunk might...):

  25. #225
    Oh, and if Instant Funk bugs some of our older posters' ears a little too much, this will bring you back down to a comfortable level:

  26. #226
    And one of soul music's most recognizable guitar rhythms...

  27. #227
    And another fantastic guitar rhythm (see a theme for these last two?)...

  28. #228
    I love the Spinners...

  29. #229
    And when the party is going good, this one is always a good one to play:

  30. #230
    And when they're all sweaty and it's time to rub bellies on the dance floor:

  31. #231
    And if you think you have it all figured out, think twice or something bad might happen... Like this:

  32. #232
    It's never a bad time for some Sam and Dave:

  33. #233
    And if you look up the word "incomparable" in the dictionary, if it doesn't direct you to "Al Green", throw the book away and buy a good one. Never been one like him and there will never be another.

  34. #234
    Further evidence...

  35. #235
    Here's another one that Marv and I might be the only ones who appreciate. I've seen people who don't know each other get out of their seats and dance to this song when I put it on.

  36. #236
    And back to Stax to wrap it all up.

  37. #237
    Quote Originally Posted by Luciano View Post
    Now moving from Motown to Stax. I can't find a live clip. Too bad.

    Otis & Carla.....What you call me......Tramp!

    Top track Luciano, Top Track!!!

  38. #238
    Quote Originally Posted by Luciano View Post
    This is classic and I never get tired of hearing it.

    Roberta & Donny....


    One of many classics that arrived during the 1977-78 period. "Blue lights in the basement indeed!" LOL!

  39. #239
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Oz View Post
    And if you think you have it all figured out, think twice or something bad might happen... Like this:
    Have Mercy! Every guy with 3-4 friends thought they could recreate the Persuaders' sound!

  40. #240
    Jerry, everyone of those songs had a strong meaning. Great selections.

  41. #241
    Here comes 1974 and I was graduating from Jr. High! First up:


  42. #242
    Summer of '74 at Cedar Point Amusement Park!


  43. #243
    One more now classic from Sp;ring 1974 and Lamont Dozier - "Fish Aint Bitin'"


  44. #244
    Honey brown-eddie kendricks

  45. #245
    Only a fool-clyde mcphatter

  46. #246
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Only a fool-clyde mcphatter
    You just this past year I finally gained a whole new appreciation for the vocals of Clyde McPhatter. This song "You Where There" knocked me out! But let's check out JAI's entry here.............


  47. #247
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Honey brown-eddie kendricks
    Has he ever made a bad record?


  48. #248
    Here's one of my personal favorites. From the tail end of 1972 Eddie Kendricks - "If You Let Me"


  49. #249
    Barry White anyone?

    Barry White - I've Got So Much To Give- 1973



  50. #250
    Hey marv,do you remember when eddie would invite some ladies to the stage and serenade em with[can i]?

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