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  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenneth View Post
    Wasn't the first LP reissue of the "Please Mr. Postman" album from the mid 80s in true stereo? I always thought it was. At the time, I had it on both cassette and LP. As I recall, the cassette was labeled as being in Stereo though the LP was a straight reissue of the original album and didn't indicate either way.
    According to the Both Sides Now website, The Marvelettes' Please Mr. Postman LP was only issued in mono [however, the title track can be heard in stereo on the the stereo version of their Greatest Hits album & The Marvelettes Anthology]. Now, if there was a stereo version of Please Mr. Postman ​album, it would've shown up on the groups' Forever collection in 2009.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philles/Motown Gary View Post
    THE ORIGINALS - "There's A Chance When You Love You'll Lose" -- never made it past the 45 release. Pity, as I love that record. Sadly, it still hasn't seen a CD release, along with 4 other Originals LPs [["Naturally Together", "Definitions", "Games People Play", and "Communique") At this stage of the game, I fear that we may never see a CD release for any of them.
    The B-side of "TACWYLYL", "1st Lady {Sweet Mother's Love} was never included on an LP either. Nor was the A-side of their first 45, "Goodnight Irene".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Polhill View Post
    I always assumed that it was to bolster the greatest hits albums.The Temptation`s "Beauty Is Only Skin Deep" is another.
    That sounds very plausible. The Temptations single was issued three months before their Greatest Hits album.

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    The Temptations track Ball of Confusion wasn't on a regular album, as far as I know.


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