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  1. #51
    Every time I hear Up the Ladder.... I think how much I love the song.

  2. #52
    yeahhh Thanks John...

  3. #53
    heyyyy 2 Tons

  4. #54
    Karen...
    tyjp

  5. #55
    .........ywtf

  6. #56
    Beautiful Carpenters medley John!

  7. #57
    Quote Originally Posted by MotownSteve View Post
    Every time I hear Up the Ladder.... I think how much I love the song.

    I think it is my favorite Motown song....

  8. #58
    Great Stevie Wonder remastering.

  9. #59
    Quote Originally Posted by lovechild View Post
    Beautiful Carpenters medley John!

    Thanks, Tony...but I didn't make it.....

  10. #60
    Quote Originally Posted by midnight johnny View Post
    I think it is my favorite Motown song....
    That's really saying something, John. If I was forced to pick just one I guess I'd say "Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me A Little)" by Kim Weston. The track just cooks from beginning to end, the Motown sound at it's best. And the vocal just blazes. "I said I wouldn't beg, I said I wouldn't plead, hear I'm beggin, I'm beggin' you please!". Just blazes.

  11. #61
    Ah, Johnny, thanks so much for The Orlons. My favorite group in the whole wide world!

  12. #62
    Quote Originally Posted by sophisticated_soul View Post
    That's really saying something, John. If I was forced to pick just one I guess I'd say "Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me A Little)" by Kim Weston. The track just cooks from beginning to end, the Motown sound at it's best. And the vocal just blazes. "I said I wouldn't beg, I said I wouldn't plead, hear I'm beggin, I'm beggin' you please!". Just blazes.
    Damn...that's ANOTHER of my favorites! It's so hard to pick just one....

  13. #63
    I remember a discussion last week about 'Take Me in Your Arms' and I do love the way that Kim's version 'just cooks from beginning to end' but I think Eddie Holland's version is just a little hotter. It may be just my ears vs yours but I would gladly listen to either.

  14. #64
    Quote Originally Posted by sophisticated_soul View Post
    Ah, Johnny, thanks so much for The Orlons. My favorite group in the whole wide world!
    They really are a most wonderful group....so much great music they made....

  15. #65
    I must get ready to close.....Joseph...Tony...Jim... MotownSteve.....thanks so much...as always. See ya on the radio next week!

  16. #66
    yes sadly Izora passed in 2004 of heart failure

  17. #67
    ....do the cha cha cha.....

  18. #68
    Hi John,
    Thanks for another great show.
    Motown Steve

  19. #69
    Gracias for another great show John
    Have a great week!

  20. #70
    Quote Originally Posted by MotownSteve View Post
    but I would gladly listen to either.
    Exactly, me too. I remember that discussion, I thought about that when I was typing. As I mentioned I just prefer female vocalists. I always have. There's only a couple or so male singers I listen to with any regularity.

  21. #71
    Quote Originally Posted by lovechild View Post
    yes sadly Izora passed in 2004 of heart failure
    awwwwwwwwwwwww......

  22. #72
    Thanks for a great show, John. Thanks all, for making a good thing better:-)

  23. #73
    Same back at you Joseph

  24. #74
    Quote Originally Posted by MotownSteve View Post
    Same back at you Joseph
    ________

  25. #75
    thanks again, guys!!!!

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