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Soul 4 Real 45s - From Detroit With Love Eps Vol 1 & Vol 2

Soul 4 Real 45s - From Detroit With Love Eps Vol 1 & Vol 2 magazine cover

The first two releases from a series of EPs containing some of the best originally unissued Motown tracks, now available on vinyl / 7" for the first time. 

 

Order now for 20th June: https://soul4real.es/

 

FROM DETROIT WITH LOVE (S4R38)

A1 - KIM WESTON - FANCY MEETING YOU

A2 - THE MIRACLES - SHOW ME YOU CAN DANCE

B1 - J.J. BARNES - I´M HERE NOW THAT YOU NEED ME

B2 - THE TEMPTATIONS - I´D RATHER FORGET

 

 

 

 

 

FROM DETROIT WITH LOVE II (S4R39)

A1 - BRENDA HOLLOWAY - MY WORLD IS CRUMBLING

A2 - CAROLYN CRAWFORD - UNTIL YOU CAME ALONG

B1 - GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS - ANY GIRL IN LOVE (KNOWS WHAT I´M GOING THROUGH)

B2 - MARTHA REEVES & THE VANDELLAS - EARTHQUAKE

 

 

 

 

 

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WOW, They dunnit again.... Brilliant music, Pitched, Pressed and Presented in a way you just can't say no...

Well done guys, more killer releases 🙂

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On 04/06/2024 at 03:59, Alexsubinas said:

Originally unissued Motown tracks available on vinyl 7" for the first time.
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"Any Girl in Love" by Gladys Knight & The Pips was a big surprise to me.  I don't recall ever having heard that song.  We had, of course, screened Kim Weston's version for placement in the "From The Vaults" LP series.  And I like that one slightly better.  But Gladys Knight's version is also very good.  I especially like that an extra track with a sax solo was added to the break.  But, I like Kim's vocal better, and also like The Temptations' background vocals better than The Pips.

I find it interesting that Johnny Bristol wrote and produced a new song for Martha and The Vandellas in 1969 that copies their first hit style from 1963, from "Heatwave", which already had a couple clones in "Quicksand" and "Live Wire".  I guess that after 2 years of diminishing sales, he thought to gamble  on going back to what made them popular.  It's good, but not very memorable, because it sounds like several (many?) other Motown songs.

Nice that these new 7 inchers have been made available for 45 collectors.

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