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How Many Versions Of 'what Does It Take'

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I'm sure we've had this before, but keep tripping over more versions. Bristol, Fuqua, Bullock must have earned alot from this song. Here a few new ones to me...

Dee Dee Warwick - Call Me LP

Downbeats - MCA (Reggae version)

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B J Thomas and 5th dimention

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One more I just found at home

Superband - M.A.E. from Alabama

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a few more, Buddy Miles & The California Raisins, Bay Brothers, Motherload, Kenny G.

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NO BIG FAN OF IANS REDONE VERSIONS BUT QUITE LIKE THIS ONE

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I think there's a version by Jr Walker as well!!

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Santana

Steve

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Electrifying Cashmeres, without looking did anyone mention Bay Brothers?

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NO BIG FAN OF IANS REDONE VERSIONS BUT QUITE LIKE THIS ONE

loved that kev.......thanks :lol:

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tony rome version from1981,:lol: :lol:

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ALTON ELLIS ON TREASURE ISLE :lol:

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bit iffy by the electric indian,:lol: :lol:

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There's a version by Candy Dulfer - CD only I think

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There's a version by Candy Dulfer - CD only I think

hopefully this one mate,very nice imo,:lol: :lol:

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Bloody awful one by the Younghearts on 'taste of...'

Jim

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ALTON ELLIS ON TREASURE ISLE :thumbsup:

...plus a different Alton Ellis version, for Studio 1, on the ''Sunday Coming' album.

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a few more, Buddy Miles & The California Raisins, Bay Brothers, Motherload, Kenny G.

Even allowing for the late 80s 'instrumental technology', I've always really liked the Kenny G version - very faithful to the original, and with a decent vocal from Ellis Hall:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NLkf2ufE-w

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...plus a different Alton Ellis version, for Studio 1, on the ''Sunday Coming' album.

Oh yes ! thanks for the reminder :thumbsup:

Merry Xmas Tony

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but imo this is the only version!!!:D:lol:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0xzcavGrj4

Have To Agree Jr.Walker And Also The Bay Brothers!! :):thumbsup: Top Two

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E Cashmeres or Buddy Miles for me :thumbsup:

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Juniors is one of my favourite records of all time.

have the Motherlode and quite partial to it.

There's a late 70s/early 80s version on Epic that's not bad, but i can't remember who it is :D

Tony

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Garlland Jeffreys, Don Byron & Eddie M. Theres another reggae version my Winston Francis

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Garlland Jeffreys, Don Byron & Eddie M. Theres another reggae version my Winston Francis

:D

Thanks-Garland Jeffreys the one I was thinking of.

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Not sure if these really count but there's a great version on a cheapo Motown L.P 'Motortown Hits' on Hallmark, obviously by some session musicians. Also a version on one of those 'Avenue' e.p's that were cheap immitations of pop/soul hits, Alan Cassidy I think?

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Not sure if these really count but there's a great version on a cheapo Motown L.P 'Motortown Hits' on Hallmark, obviously by some session musicians. Also a version on one of those 'Avenue' e.p's that were cheap immitations of pop/soul hits, Alan Cassidy I think?

Oops wrong topic.ph34r.gif alen caddy singers i think ?

5th dimension - what does it take to win your love - bell

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Hearts of Stone LP only .

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Oops wrong topic.ph34r.gif alen caddy singers i think ?

5th dimension - what does it take to win your love - bell

That's it Ken, Alan Caddy Singers! Thanks.

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Tony Joe White

Peter White

Don Byron

The Heights

Ronnie Laws

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