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    The Pointer Sisters - Automatic


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    One of my favs from probably my 2nd favorite female group of all time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnightman View Post
    Love this song, but i prefer the original album version to the 12" remix.The Pointers created some classic tunes with Richard Perry. Dare me, slow hand, he's so shy, i need you, fire and jump to name but a small handful

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    After the Supremes, my favorite female group also. Slow Hand, Jump, I'm So Excited, If You Wanna Get Back Your Lady, Goldmine. Also, Lay It On the Line, Telegraph Your Love.
    Thanks for reminding me.

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    What did you guys think of "All Your Love" from the Priority album? I thought it was the hottest track on the album but it was never released as a single and it never seems to make any of the "best of" collections.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daviddesper View Post
    What did you guys think of "All Your Love" from the Priority album? I thought it was the hottest track on the album but it was never released as a single and it never seems to make any of the "best of" collections.
    I loved it too David, and was amazed that it was never lifted off the album as a single. A real lost opportunity for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daviddesper View Post
    What did you guys think of "All Your Love" from the Priority album? I thought it was the hottest track on the album but it was never released as a single and it never seems to make any of the "best of" collections.
    Not a fan of it myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daviddesper View Post
    What did you guys think of "All Your Love" from the Priority album? I thought it was the hottest track on the album but it was never released as a single and it never seems to make any of the "best of" collections.
    I don't have Priority. When I looked it up on iTunes to have a listen, All Your Love was missing. (?) Was it a rock song (as I believe most of Priority was)? I found on Wikipedia that it was written by Bob Seger. I liked their Energy album and think Lay It On the Line and Come And Get Your Love could have been hits.

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