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  1. #301
    Juniors gonna blow for yer again



  2. #302
    Some Earl Van

    Dyke

  3. #303
    and to finish, some San Remo Golden Strings



  4. #304
    Quote Originally Posted by RichyP View Post
    and to finish, some San Remo Golden Strings


    I don't think I've ever heard this one before. Thanks RichyP.

  5. #305
    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    I don't think I've ever heard this one before. Thanks RichyP.
    Hi Marv
    This was 1966, It was re-engineered / overdubbed? 1971, but I like this Raw version

  6. #306
    As a few non-Motown songs have been included I thought I'd mention this one by the Four Tops. It's a really good track, perhaps with an edit a possible single at the time too.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2haBm9W546g

  7. #307
    Quote Originally Posted by rovereab View Post
    As a few non-Motown songs have been included I thought I'd mention this one by the Four Tops. It's a really good track, perhaps with an edit a possible single at the time too.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2haBm9W546g
    Oh yes I remember when the Four Tops use to open their concerts with this song. Thank you Rovereab.

  8. #308
    Marvin Gaye - "Your Unchanging Love" from 1967!


  9. #309
    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    Marvin Gaye - "Your Unchanging Love" from 1967!

    Love it Marv.

  10. #310
    Every Time I See You I Go Wild

    1967:

    My favorite Stevie Wonder number, and on single release form, it was the B-Side, to "I'm Wondering". Anyhow, to let you guys know, my favorite Stevie Wonder period was his mid-late sixties period, with his voice and energy as rollicking and exciting, as it was wild and mischievous.





    1966:

    Around the same time yet unreleased, as it eventually was unearthed on A Cellarful of Motown Volume Two, J J Barnes:

    "Despite expectations of a prolific career at Motown after his contract was bought from Ric-Tic, there appears to be little in the way of new recordings in the Motown vaults. However, what there is shows that JJ should have gone on to be a major player in the label's history. Here he shows his ability to take a song and make it his very own on a track that first appeared by Stevie Wonder on his album 'I Was Made To Love Her'".

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7K8I4RyFxA


    1978:

    High Inergy, on their "Steppin' Out" album. Quite a sizzling, disco-fied attempt, I shall compliment.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxAbcOUmhks
    Last edited by Ngroove; 08-04-2017 at 01:22 AM.

  11. #311
    Quote Originally Posted by Ngroove View Post
    Every Time I See You I Go Wild

    1967:

    My favorite Stevie Wonder number, and on single release form, it was the B-Side, to "I'm Wondering". Anyhow, to let you guys know, my favorite Stevie Wonder period was his mid-late sixties period, with his voice and energy as rollicking and exciting, as it was wild and mischievous.





    1966:

    Around the same time yet unreleased, as it eventually was unearthed on A Cellarful of Motown Volume Two, J J Barnes:

    "Despite expectations of a prolific career at Motown after his contract was bought from Ric-Tic, there appears to be little in the way of new recordings in the Motown vaults. However, what there is shows that JJ should have gone on to be a major player in the label's history. Here he shows his ability to take a song and make it his very own on a track that first appeared by Stevie Wonder on his album 'I Was Made To Love Her'".

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7K8I4RyFxA


    1978:

    High Inergy, on their "Steppin' Out" album. Quite a sizzling, disco-fied attempt, I shall compliment.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxAbcOUmhks
    Great information Ngroove and I like that song! I also loved Stevie's music during that period of the mid to late 1960s.

  12. #312
    The Jackson 5 - "Ready Or Not ( Here I Come)"


  13. #313
    Jimmy Ruffins version of a Labi Siffre song, from his Polydor tenure


  14. #314
    Quote Originally Posted by RichyP View Post
    Jimmy Ruffins version of a Labi Siffre song, from his Polydor tenure

    That's a nice mellow song. Thanks RichyP!

  15. #315
    I love Jimmy's version of "Family Affair" from that album too...


  16. #316
    And while were on the subject of Jimmy Ruffin let's have this absolutely wonderful Philly-Disco track...!!!


  17. #317
    [QUOTE=TomatoTom123;406878]And while were on the subject of Jimmy Ruffin let's have this absolutely wonderful Philly-Disco track...!!!

    Hey TT and Marv
    We love Jimmy don't we, even when he doesn't sing!!!


  18. #318
    Here's another great track


  19. #319
    Some Smokey I think..


  20. #320
    Nice one Richy... how 'bout this from the same album... Smokey does Disco... and Smokey kills it!!


  21. #321
    Quote Originally Posted by RichyP View Post
    Some Smokey I think..

    That was a masterpiece and one of my all time favorite solo Smokey songs!

  22. #322
    Jose Feliciano "Lonely Teardrops"



  23. #323
    Can I get a witness to Marvin Rockin'

    "Can I Get A Witness"



  24. #324
    I still love this rollicking track...so unusual for the Marvelettes and especially for Wanda singing lead on songs like this. If the group's earlier lineup was still intact at the time, I imagine this would have been a Gladys vocal, but I think Wanda still does a great job with it.

    I love the deconstruction of "Someday We'll Be Together" which makes it a totally different song than that which provided the Diane-led Supremes their swan song.


  25. #325
    Definitely not heard enough!!!


  26. #326
    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    Tammi Terrell "Come On and See Me"

    Love this one too! Tammi crushes it on the live version!

  27. #327
    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    Another brilliant number not heard too often. Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell - "California Soul"

    Love the song but the whole is it Tammi or Valerie doing the vocals? So I just try to enjoy it for the beauty of the song.

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