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  1. #251
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Oz View Post
    Howsabout a little Stax?
    OOOooh this is so good to hear after so long. Thanks Jerry!

  2. #252
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Hey marv,do you remember when eddie would invite some ladies to the stage and serenade em with[can i]?
    Yeah and they would get all moist and stuff, start acting all crazy like they were about to faint. LOL! He was a natural born entertainer!

  3. #253
    A song called soul-gene chandler

  4. #254
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Hey marv,do you remember when eddie would invite some ladies to the stage and serenade em with[can i]?
    I remember Eddie at one of his very last shows in Detroit. It was at Chassey's a large downtown nightclub. He would come over to our table sing, laugh and joke with us because he knew he was at home.

  5. #255
    Man i envey you and stu[lucky devils-hehe]you guys knew the temps.

  6. #256
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Man i envey you and stu[lucky devils-hehe]you guys knew the temps.
    They were like your big brothers or older uncles,but you didn't get any money from them LOL! Truthfully, the Original Temptations, including Richard were like most of the dudes around Detroit. Very down to Earth and just cool as the breeze.....

  7. #257
    Baby that's enough-roscoe robinson

  8. #258
    From January of 1971 and many block parties to follow................Booker T. & the MG's -" Melting Pot"



  9. #259
    How about:

    - "Slow Motion" by Johnny Williams
    - "Brown Baby" by Billy Paul
    - "Sixty Minute Man" the cover by Trammps
    - "Party Down" by Little Beaver
    - "Sexy Mama" by Moments
    - "Finally Got Myself Together" by Impressions
    - "Two Steps From True Love" by Reflections

  10. #260
    Lover of mine-the supremes

  11. #261
    Gonna get married-major lance

  12. #262
    Quote Originally Posted by manny View Post
    How about:

    - "Slow Motion" by Johnny Williams
    - "Brown Baby" by Billy Paul
    - "Sixty Minute Man" the cover by Trammps
    - "Party Down" by Little Beaver
    - "Sexy Mama" by Moments
    - "Finally Got Myself Together" by Impressions
    - "Two Steps From True Love" by Reflections

    Manny, "Party Down" by Little Beaver, "Sexy Mama" by Moments and "Finally Got Myself Together" by Impressions were popular here.

  13. #263
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Lover of mine-the supremes
    I don't remember that one. Could it be "Your Heart Belongs to Me"?

  14. #264
    I think that's the one.

  15. #265
    OK then, another sweet soul ballad of the kind I've always been a sucker for!
    The Supremes - Is there a place (in his heart for me), from New Ways But Love Stays,, produced by Frank Wilson, 1971.
    If you've ever wondered what the angels sing like, listen to Jean Terrell on this one and wonder no more

  16. #266
    Quote Originally Posted by waynesville View Post
    OK then, another sweet soul ballad of the kind I've always been a sucker for!
    The Supremes - Is there a place (in his heart for me), from New Ways But Love Stays,, produced by Frank Wilson, 1971.
    If you've ever wondered what the angels sing like, listen to Jean Terrell on this one and wonder no more
    Oh yeah!!!!!!!

  17. #267
    Time to wake this place up with some Atlantic Records.

  18. #268
    This is just Wicked.

  19. #269
    I know a lot of y'all like the original better, but this is just... Dang!

  20. #270
    You may not like gospel but you'll hear it here. Love this tune.

  21. #271
    And maybe the most soulful song ever.

  22. #272
    Ol' skool... My pops had me singing this at a very young age after one of our many trips down south.

  23. #273
    More ol' skool. Clyde McPhatter was no doubt the man.

  24. #274
    And this one, too.

  25. #275
    The Clovers...

  26. #276
    Yeah, boy!

  27. #277
    And some Archie Bell & the Drells...

  28. #278
    Ahh Jerry , you're hitting all of my Dad's (mine too ) favorites from back in the day! Every one of them!

  29. #279
    Marv, I used to drive my crew everywhere back in the day. Therefore, it was my car, so it was my mixtape that got played. We were the only cats I knew who would pull up to the basketball courts while blasting old Drifters and Chuck Willis songs. Good times...

  30. #280
    Hey little girl-dee clark

  31. #281
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Oz View Post
    Yeah, boy!
    that was our little jam song in the first grade, hehehehehehehe......

  32. #282
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Oz View Post
    Marv, I used to drive my crew everywhere back in the day. Therefore, it was my car, so it was my mixtape that got played. We were the only cats I knew who would pull up to the basketball courts while blasting old Drifters and Chuck Willis songs. Good times...

    My brother Robert is like that. He still blasts Sam Cooke from his truck today!

  33. #283
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Hey little girl-dee clark
    Man, I was really saddened when he passed away alone in motel several years ago.


  34. #284
    I hate hearing stories like that. I heard that only seven people showed up for Philippe Wynn's funeral and that affects how I deal with people to this day.

  35. #285
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Oz View Post
    I hate hearing stories like that. I heard that only seven people showed up for Philippe Wynn's funeral and that affects how I deal with people to this day.
    Yes that was awful and they buried right there in Detroit. He had his way about him and it rubbed some people the wrong way. Still he was a great contributor to our music and deserved a bit more respect.

    Lesson: You have to treat people right whether your poor or rich in this life.

  36. #286
    One of my personal favorites that I regret not having the opportunity to meet. Mr. Johnny Bristol and "Hang On in There Baby" from 1974.......


  37. #287
    Memphis tennesee-chuck berry

  38. #288
    One of my faves from back then.....went a little something like this:

    "I was born in Lil Rock.....had a chocolate sweetheart
    We were always hand in hand."

    and I'm sticking to it.....wasn't the first or the last.


    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    I was made to love her......the little girl across the street, hey Teresa T.! LOL! From the summer of 1967 Mr. Stevie Wonder:


  39. #289
    Quote Originally Posted by destruction View Post
    One of my faves from back then.....went a little something like this:

    "I was born in Lil Rock.....had a chocolate sweetheart
    We were always hand in hand."

    and I'm sticking to it.....wasn't the first or the last.
    Unbelievable! LOL! But you go Destruction! hehehehehehe.......

  40. #290
    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    Unbelievable! LOL! But you go Destruction! hehehehehehe.......
    I never knew what he was singing when he sang "I was knee high to a chicken....." LOL

  41. #291
    From the Summer of 1974, Roberta Flack scored BIG with this mellow, melodic number here......"I Fell Like Makin' Love"


  42. #292
    Just my daydream-aretha

  43. #293
    How about going sho nuff oldschool


  44. #294
    A bit more Brenda...



    Motown at its best!
    Last edited by TomatoTom123; 11-04-2016 at 07:59 PM.

  45. #295
    Some classic mid-'60s soul...



    LOVE IT!!!
    Last edited by TomatoTom123; 11-04-2016 at 07:58 PM.

  46. #296
    OMG Rescue me was my jam!!!!

  47. #297
    If memory serves, a lot of folk around these parts never cared much for Bill Withers but I've always like the dude....LOL

  48. #298


    MISS YOUR BLUE!

  49. #299
    Quote Originally Posted by ms_m View Post


    MISS YOUR BLUE!
    You are doin' it Ms_M! Those are some real Golden Greats. I miss Melvin too.

  50. #300
    Quote Originally Posted by ms_m View Post
    OMG Rescue me was my jam!!!!
    One of my parents House Party records from back in the day!

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