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    Eddie Kendricks- "Happy" (Music Video)

    Actually it is an appearance on "Ebony Affair". Still very rare:


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    thanks for sharing that!! It's a wonderful song I play often , but it was a poor close-out for the KOT trilogy . Too toned down , when they needed to amp the sound up yet another notch, as they did by following KEEP ON TRUCKIN with BOOGIE DOWN.
    But after the no-holds-barred production of BOOGIE DOWN, I don't think there really was much upwardness left to reach .

    As it is , HAPPY is a nice happy song to sway to , but not to, ... boogie down... , to! lol

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    You are most welcome Boogiedown. This song was my girlfriend in high school favorite song for a while back then. I always liked it a lot myself. It's more of a sing along, hum to yourself type song.

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    yes , Marv you said it exactly right.

    .............and here it is on soul train:



    who are the two ladies so prevalently on stage with him? They are dressed to coordinate with him . Eddie seems to like having them on stage with him . Maybe he should have developed some kind of act like that.
    Last edited by Boogiedown; 02-27-2019 at 02:54 AM.

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    Play this track a lot from The Hit Man album. Didn't realise it was released as a single, did it chart in the U.S.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by masterblaster View Post
    Play this track a lot from The Hit Man album. Didn't realise it was released as a single, did it chart in the U.S.?
    It was a Top 10 R&B hit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reese View Post
    It was a Top 10 R&B hit.
    It was quite popular at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boogiedown View Post
    yes , Marv you said it exactly right.

    .............and here it is on soul train:



    who are the two ladies so prevalently on stage with him? They are dressed to coordinate with him . Eddie seems to like having them on stage with him . Maybe he should have developed some kind of act like that.

    I don't who those ladies are now. Someone identified them once. I just cannot remember at the moment.

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    This is a great lil number by Eddie!

    Also, anyone want to hear the song as an organ-based funk instrumental?



    There you go!

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