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  1. #36901
    Oooh Child - Mary Wilson

  2. #36902
    Fighting Back - Mickey Denton

  3. #36903
    Too Great A Price To Pay - Bettye LaVette

  4. #36904
    The Pusher [live] - Nina Simone

  5. #36905
    Funkier than a Mosquito's Tweeter [live (It Is Finished version)] - Nina Simone
    Last edited by sansradio; 06-13-2019 at 08:22 PM.

  6. #36906
    Mr. Bojangles [live] - Nina Simone

  7. #36907
    Dambala [live] - Nina Simone

  8. #36908
    Let It Be Me [live] - Nina Simone

  9. #36909
    Introduction/Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair [live] - Nina Simone with Ed Williams

  10. #36910
    Shakey Ground - The Temptations.

  11. #36911
    Westwind [live] - Nina Simone

  12. #36912
    To Be Young, Gifted and Black [live (Black Gold version)] - Nina Simone

  13. #36913
    Children's Christmas Song [stereo] - The Supremes

  14. #36914
    Believe the Children - Patti Austin

  15. #36915
    Livin' in the Streets [12" extended remix] - Aretha Franklin

  16. #36916
    Where in the World - Nancy Wilson

  17. #36917
    Gave Me Something - Jess Glynne

  18. #36918
    Since You've Asked - Cleo Laine

  19. #36919
    You Gotta Be - Des'ree

  20. #36920
    Who Can I Turn to Now? - Lee Wiley

  21. #36921
    Take Me Home - Jess Glynne

  22. #36922
    Why Me - Jess Glynne

  23. #36923
    Right Here - Jess Glynne

  24. #36924
    Stranger in Moscow [Tee's In-House Club Mix] - Michael Jackson

  25. #36925
    Back By Popular Demand - Jean, Scherrie & Lynda of The Supremes, with The Originals

  26. #36926
    Look Out For The Stop Sign - The Contours

  27. #36927
    I Never See Maggie Alone - Ray Charles

  28. #36928
    My Brother - Frankie Gaye

  29. #36929
    Every Time I Think of You - The Babys

  30. #36930
    I Go Sailing - Stevie Wonder

  31. #36931
    If I Was a River - Patti LaBelle

  32. #36932
    Tweedle Dee [live] - LaVern Baker

  33. #36933
    He's a Real Gone Guy [live] - LaVern Baker

  34. #36934
    I Cried a Tear [live] - LaVern Baker

  35. #36935
    Cruisin’ the Streets - The Boys Town Gang

  36. #36936
    Falling Free - Madonna

  37. #36937
    If You Don't Want My Love - James Ellis

  38. #36938
    Mister Wonderful - Barbara Randolph

  39. #36939
    T.L.C. (Tender Loving Care) - P.J.

  40. #36940
    Oh what a night for love-rick james

  41. #36941
    I'm Dedicating My Love - Ronnie McNeir

  42. #36942
    Souvenirs Of Love - The Elgins

  43. #36943
    Selfish One - Pat Lewis

  44. #36944
    Inside Out - Saundra Edwards

  45. #36945
    Girls Are Out To Get You - The Andantes

  46. #36946
    Crazy 'Bout The Guy - Jean, Scherrie & Lynda of The Supremes

  47. #36947
    Waiting 'Round The Corner - Mike & The Modifiers

  48. #36948
    What's Easy For Two Is Hard For One - Mary Wells

  49. #36949
    Don't Mess With Bill - The Marvelettes

  50. #36950
    Quote Originally Posted by daddyacey View Post
    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."
    He's got a bodacious playlist/radio set list on Sound Cloud. Worth checking out


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