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    Answer this-107

    There are two motown songs that have the same title,but are different songs,one has been recorded by different artist while the other has been only recorded by one..name the title.

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    What Good Am I Without You

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    There is also this one .....


    Roger

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    'You're The One'...?

    a) The Marvelettes

    b) The Originals, also Marvin Gaye and Ivy Jo....

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    Good guesses...but nope-keep tryin!!

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    Then, Arr&bee, that makes it at least three pairs of songs, each pair sharing same title, but which are different compositions.

    So all anyone has to do now is simply reveal which particular title you have in mind, and think is the correct answer...?

    Would The Amazing Kreskin and Max Maven both step forward, please....

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    I wonder if stylistically "Ain't No Mountian High Enough" could be considered two different songs? Outside of lyrics, nothing about Marvin and Tammi's version is similar to Diana's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by westgrandboulevard View Post
    then, arr&bee, that makes it at least three pairs of songs, each pair sharing same title, but which are different compositions.

    So all anyone has to do now is simply reveal which particular title you have in mind, and think is the correct answer...?

    Would the amazing kreskin and max maven both step forward, please....
    west,my main man,these are not the songs i'm talking about...get to work,hehehe!!

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    Sweet thing....Spinners Marvin Gaye
    Sweet thing DRATS

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    I'll Always Love You
    The Spinners
    Brenda Holloway; Blinky

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    Nope,nope and .....nope!!

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    Memories...Marvin Gaye..Bobby Taylor
    Memories...Temptations

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    Nope, but i will say this much...funny that you mention-marvin-the temps,hmmmmmm???

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    Everybody Needs Love
    The Temptations, Gladys Knight & The Pips, others
    Marvin Gaye - from the LP "Here, My Dear"
    Last edited by calvin; 11-27-2020 at 02:07 PM.

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    IF that's the answer I'd never have got it....left Marvin Gaye after "I want you".

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    Quote Originally Posted by calvin View Post
    everybody needs love
    the temptations, gladys knight & the pips, others
    marvin gaye - from the lp "here, my dear"
    calvin,you da man,we have a winner,calvin you just won lunch for two at-greasy grady's...calvin? Calvin???

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    Quote Originally Posted by snakepit View Post
    if that's the answer i'd never have got it....left marvin gaye after "i want you".
    yep,that's it!!

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    Red face

    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    There are two motown songs that have the same title,but are different songs,one has been recorded by different artist while the other has been only recorded by one..name the title.

    what about "You and I"

    by Stevie and Rick James

    totally different

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    I dig it,but calvin got the answer right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamlaboy View Post
    what about "You and I"

    by Stevie and Rick James

    totally different
    Diana Ross also has a third totally different "You and I."

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    There are two Motown songs that have the same title,but are different songs,one has been recorded by different artist while the other has been only recorded by one..name the title.
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    As I remember, many years ago, we found 3 or 4 titles that were used twice, with different songs.The Four Tops and Supremes were involved. But, I can't remember all the titles. I seem to remember that one of the artists was an obscure pre-1964 artist.

    "I'll Always Love You" (Spinners/Brenda Holloway)

    and "Uptight" (Herman Griffin/Stevie Wonder) were 2 of them.
    Last edited by robb_k; 12-04-2020 at 05:03 PM.

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    knock on my door


    Marvelettes 1963
    Supremes and Four Tops. 1970

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    Your Love Is Wonderful

    Hattie Littles
    Four Tops

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