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  1. #51
    Classic Soul.....


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  2. #52
    smark21 Guest
    My Baby Loves Me by Martha and the Vandellas finished as I started typing this. Now my itunes is playing "Love Child" 12 inch version by Sweet Sensation.

  3. #53
    ...ah The "12 of Sweet Sensation with its frantic beat - I remember it well Im listening to compilations in my shop -

    Man Of Constant Sorrow - Joan baez
    Diamounds and Rust - Joan Baez
    Forever Autumn - Justin Hayward
    A Coral Room - Kate Bush
    City Of New Orleans - Judy Collins
    Love - John Lennon
    Old Man River - Judy Garland
    There But For Fortune - Joan Baez
    Sweet Harmony - the Beloved
    Downhearted - Australian Crawl
    ..Then Manilows Mandy just came on...what was I thinking???

  4. #54
    "Who Took The Mary Out Of Christmas" by The Staple Singers. People all over the world forgot about Mary.

  5. #55
    These Foolish Things - Bryan Ferry
    Longest Time - Billy Joel
    Ventura Highway - America
    I Remember - Julee Cruise
    Sara - Fleetwood Mac
    The Way You Look tonight - Frank Sinatra
    My Way - Elvis Presley
    Time After Time - Cyndi Lauper
    It Was Never You - Judy Garland
    Son Of A Preacher Man - Dusty Springfield
    Mellon Collie - Smashing Pumpkins

  6. #56
    smark21 Guest
    I've got my itunes playing a girl groups playlist I made--groups from the classic era of the early 60's through the freestyle groups of the late 80's to somewhat recent groups like Destiny's Child.

    Right now "Uptown" by The Crystals, next up is "Too Gone, Too Long" by En Vogue.

  7. #57
    Song For Guy - Elton John
    A Different Corner - George Michael
    Wicked Game (instrumental) - Chris Isaak
    The Island - Paul Brady
    Something Stupid - Nancy & Frank Sinatra
    Wichita Lineman -Glen Campbell
    Lets Hang On - Four Seasons
    I'd Rather Go Blind - Ruby Turner

  8. #58
    No work for me Thursday ,so I'm in Mad Chillin mode, starting with .......
    The Best Of Otis Redding CD, that ended with ,"Dreams To Remember" , which led me to "Dreams" version by Buddy Miles and then , "Them Changes" by Buddy.
    Next.............How did I get to Sly's ,"Que Sera Sera" , and then ..............."Sex Machine"
    It's gonna be one of those nights....................................

  9. #59
    Just to update the post that I mentioned Mayer Hawthorne , I finally did look him up and here is what I found out.
    And for the record , I did get the impression that he was "blue eyed soul" ,from his falsetto ,but not in a bad way. I did feel his "Retro" style. Here is a copy of what I discovered on line.. Worth a listen.

    "Mayer Hawthorne grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan, just outside of Detroit, and vividly remembers, as a child, driving with his father and tuning the car radio in to the rich soul and jazz history the region provided. “Most of the best music ever made came out of Detroit,” claims the singer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist, who counts Isaac Hayes, Leroy Hutson, Mike Terry, and Barry White among his influences, but draws the most inspiration from the music of Smokey Robinson, Curtis Mayfield, and the legendary songwriting and production trio of Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, and Eddie Holland Jr.

    The “retro” tag is added to almost any contemporary work that sounds like it was originally recorded between 1966 and 1974, and Hawthorne, among the newest contributors to the genre, is aware of how trends come and go. After being introduced to Stones Throw label head Peanut Butter Wolf by mutual friend Noelle Scaggs of the Rebirth, even his current boss was skeptical. “He showed me two songs and I didn’t understand what I was listening to,” Wolf recalls. “I asked him if they were old songs that he did re-edits of – I couldn’t believe they were new songs and that he played all the instruments.”

    And after meeting in person, it was even harder for Wolf to believe that Hawthorne was also the lead vocalist. Few expect such heartfelt sentiment to come from a 29-year-old white kid from Ann Arbor, but he has caught the ear of his family at Stones Throw, as well as BBC Radio 1 host Gilles Peterson and producer/DJ Mark Ronson. Expectations are high for the admitted vinyl junkie who never planned on taking his crooning public. Hawthorne’s hanging-by-a-string falsetto and breakbeat production on his first recorded effort, the tender “Just Ain’t Gonna Work Out,” are simultaneously Smokey and J Dilla – equal parts “The Tracks of My Tears” and “Fall in Love.” “It’s soul,” he explains, “But it’s new.”

    Hawthorne has produced and played instruments for much of his life, but never intended to become a singer. He isn’t formally trained, and never sang in the church choir or in any of the bands he was in before founding the County (formerly the County Commissioners). But here he is, new school soul sensation, who has taken the Motown assembly-line production model and eliminated nearly every element but himself and a few hired hands. “I think Mayer is the only artist in the history of the label that I’ve signed after hearing only two songs,” says Peanut Butter Wolf. “Sometimes, you just know it’s the right thing to do.”

    And for those willing to believe anything is possible, be grateful to have Mayer Hawthorne on the scene. It’s not just throwback music anymore – this revival is all about progression.

    -- Bio by Ronnie Reese."

  10. #60
    I'm grooving to the cool sounds of wes montgomery!

  11. #61
    Playing The Originals Im Someone Who Cares at the moment. Marvelettes Dont Make Hurting Me A Habit up next. What a GREAT way to do the dusting / housework| Paulo xxxx

  12. #62
    I seem to be in a jazz mood today...miles!!

  13. #63
    I've been listening to Nina Simone, and she's killing me on the keys. Whew, that lady could play!

  14. #64
    Grace Jones Im Not Perfect, But Im Perfect For You.....amazing ....Paulo XXXX

  15. #65
    Quote Originally Posted by paladin View Post
    Classic Soul.....


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    great choice, kdub! i'm going to have to play a few cuts on the show!

  16. #66
    Quote Originally Posted by arrr&bee View Post
    I'm grooving to the cool sounds of wes montgomery!
    my favorite jazz artist!

  17. #67
    my ipod shuffle blessed me with some treats today.


    what's the use - tony troutman
    high rise - ashford & simpson(classic video from the 80's, i might add)
    i can't stand to see you cry - smokey & the miracles
    angel - anita baker
    sad souvenirs - marvin gaye
    san francisco/hollywood - the village people
    come get to this(live - marvin gaye
    and i panicked - the dramatics
    let somebody love me - david ruffin
    teach me tonight - marvin gaye & kim weston
    i love my baby - archie bell & the drells
    got to go see if i can get your mommy(to come back home) - jerry butler
    where was you at - war
    everyone's going to the moon - bobby womack
    OMG! usher
    moody woman - jerry butler
    lady - kenny rogers
    book of rhymes - nas (9th wonder remix, sampling the impressions you'll always be mine) classic!
    i make a fool of myself - frankie valli
    outlaw - war
    a fork in the road - smokey & the miracles
    i'm in a different world - the four tops
    when something is wrong with my baby - sam & dave
    all about love - EWF
    burning up(the i'm on fire remix) - faith evans, diddy and freeway
    good morning - john legend
    distant lover -- betty wright & marvin gaye
    when will my love be right - robert winters and fall
    someday we'll be together - johnny and jackie (that's the orginal kiddies, i just got hip to this a couple of months ago,)
    lover please - clyde mcphatter
    it - prince
    insatiable - prince (going to 3 of the five shows here in ny and jersey, i can't wait!)
    changin' - ester phillips
    ellie's love theme - isaac hayes
    it was jealousy - ann peebles

  18. #68
    Right now I just happen to be listening to "Teenage Dream" by Katy Perry.

  19. #69
    good to me - otis redding
    i just came here to dance - roberta flack & peabo bryson
    step into my world - the magic touch
    my prayer - the platters
    taste your love - horace brown
    the time will come - the whispers
    save your love for me - johnnie taylor
    what'cha gonna do - terry johnson
    let 'em in - wings
    lay it on me - the whispers
    i who have nothing - luther vandross & martha walsh
    sad tomorrow - marvin gaye
    hangin' downtown - cameo
    sad souvenirs - marvin gaye
    we belong together - the webs
    it's not unusual - tom jones
    raspberry beret - prince & the revolution
    affection - tamara & the seen
    just one kiss - raphael saadiq & joss stone
    love song - mandrill
    my forbidden lover - chic
    i stand accussed - jerry butler
    here is my love - sylvester & jeanie tracey
    dawn of a new day - the unifics

  20. #70
    Nothing. But I have had "Natural Man" by Lou Rawls playing in my head all day yesterday. Right now, as I prepare for work, it's "What Is Life" by George Harrison.

  21. #71
    Hey Baby - Anthony White

  22. #72
    the day of wine and roses - marvin gaye
    guilty - yarbrough and peoples
    haunted by your love - blue magic
    so easy - 101 north

  23. #73
    I heard an amazing thing today on N.Y. Kiss F.M. They have these club mixes on the weekend and sombody was mixing Marvins LGIO vocal with one of 50 cents instrumental beats. Although up to this point ,I normally shun such things but I got to admit ,it fit very well. He was also using the inst track of Cee-Lo's F-You ,which surprised the hell out of me ,with some Stevie and Temps Accapella's from the Kareoke series of CD's. I was shocked at the way they fit perfectly together. Cee-Lo's inst track is very retro. I've got to research this a little more.
    At present I'm into Miles ,,,,Just Blues from Kind Of Blue

  24. #74
    fro the ipod today:

    i love you - faith evans
    bye bye baby - the dour seasons
    this is your world - sam and dave
    runaway love - en vogue
    never can say goodbye - james brown
    love land - charles wright
    lover man - patti labelle
    upside down - diana ross
    gonna make changes - phyllis hyman
    she's a lady - tom jones
    don't bring back memories - the four tops
    i won't cry anymore - mel carter
    cafe regio's - isaac hayes
    i won't do anything for my baby - lezil valentine
    you're the only one i want - eric benet
    hanging downtown - cameo
    one thing wrong with my woman - johnnie taylor
    if i hadn't called u back - bobby blue bland
    i worry about you - marvin gaye
    the sweetest thing - lauryn hill
    stay in my corner - keith washington
    the G spot - gerald levert
    let me into your world - the o'jays
    tell me why - the beatles
    home is where the hatred is - esther phillips
    have you heard - the duprees
    i want to know what love is - the new jersey mass choir
    i should've known better - the beatles
    best thing that ever happen to me - gladys knight & the pips
    got to have you(for my very own) the sylvers
    right in the socket - shalamar
    some kind of wonderful - the drifters
    the heat of heat - patti labelle
    two lovers history - mary wells

  25. #75
    I got some stanley turrentine going on over here!

  26. #76
    Jai I love Stanley, but right now I'm listening to Rick James & Pointer Sisters "Little Runaway"............oh yes.......

  27. #77
    The Ectasy Passion & Pain LP , that I found Saturday at a record sale for $1 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    It doesn't have any scratches on it and all I had to do was give it a good cleaning.

  28. #78
    Replaying: Stay The album by Ray, Goodman & Brown, followed by Loving Power, The Impressions.

  29. #79
    I got the modern jazz quartet goin on over here!

  30. #80
    No More I Love You's - Annie Lennox

  31. #81
    wonder_woman Guest
    Maybe Just Maybe (We Can Fall In Love Again) - Blue Magic from The Magic Of The Blue album

  32. #82
    Silent Night - The Temptations - So beautiful!

  33. #83
    Straight From The Heart.....The Coyote Sisters
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvFw9y3wIjU

  34. #84
    It's A New Day---James Brown
    Sex Machine---Sly
    Talkin Loud And Saying Nothin--(remix)--James Brown
    Ecstacy--Ohio Players
    Missing You--Soul To Soul
    Found A Cure-- (Tom Moulton Remix)--Ashford and Simpson

  35. #85
    Live Today Like The Day Before - Percy Mayfield

  36. Could Have Been - Lee Fields

  37. #87
    Could Heaven Ever Be Like This by Idris Muhammed..Jazz Funk personified...Paulo XXXX

  38. #88
    Quote Originally Posted by arrr&bee View Post
    I got some stanley turrentine going on over here!
    Stanley Turrentine, my cat! Met him once during a break in his set at the Blue Note in Boulder, Colo.

  39. #89
    Ramsey lewis Spring High..In a Jazzy-Funk mood right now. thrown some latin into the mix next with War and Low Rider....Well got to keep to my roots!!!..Paulo XXXX

  40. #90
    I'll take you home-the drifters

  41. #91
    look at us now - the dells
    married, but not to each other - denise lasalle
    if i don't love you - bobby reed

  42. #92
    ain't that a shame-major lance!!

  43. #93
    wonder_woman Guest
    Michael Henderson - Goin' Places & Let Me Love You & Never Gonna Give You Up

  44. #94

    Stuck in the late 60's

    Jan Jan - The Fabulous Counts (Moira 103, 1969)
    What Condition My Condition is In - Betty Lavette (Karen 1544, 1968)
    Not on the Outside - The Moments (Stang 5000, 1968)
    This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak for You) - Tammi Terrell (Motown 1138, 1969)
    Califorina Soul - 5th Dimension (Soul City 770, 1969)
    Captivated - Louis Curry (M-S 210, 1968)
    Into My Life - Percisions (Atco 6643, 1969)
    Slow Drag - The Intruders (Gamble 221, 1968)
    This is My Country - The Impressions (Curtom 1934, 1968)
    I Don't Know How (To Say I Love You)/Don't Walk Away - The Superlatives (Westbound 144, 1969)
    Ready or Not Here I Come - The Delfonics (Philly Groove 154, 1968)
    Soul Brother, Soul Sister - The Capitols (Karen 1543, 1968)
    Good Old Music - The Parliments (Revilot 223, 1968)
    Love Child - Diana Ross and The Supremes (Motown 1135, 1968)
    I Heard it Through the Grapevine - Marvin Gaye (Tamla 54176, 1968)
    Cloud Nine - The Temptations (Gordy 7081, 1968)
    Everyday People b/w Sing a Simple Song - Sly & the Family Stone (Epic 10407, 1968)
    I'm Livin' In Shame - Diana Ross and The Supremes (Motown 1139, 1969)
    Baby, Baby Don't Cry - Smokey Robinson & the Miracles (Tamla, 1969)
    I'm Gonna Make You Love Me - Diana Ross and the Supremes & The Temptations (Motown 1137, 1968)

  45. #95
    Baby i'm for real-the originals!

  46. #96
    wonder_woman Guest
    GQ - Sitting In The Park
    Bobby Sheen - You're Messing Up A Good Thing

  47. #97
    Turning Around - Dee Dee Warwick

  48. #98
    KING CURTIS - Sweet Soul

    1968 ATCO LP
    nice....

  49. #99
    reach out for me - dionne warwick

  50. #100
    Can't See You When I Want To - David Porter

    Valentine Love - norman connors featuring michael henderson

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