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Price Please - Marvin Gaye - Love Starved Heart With Pic Sleeve

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Any ideas?  £300 - £400?

 

THIS LOVE STARVED HEART OF MINE, the official USA Tamla release from the 90's given away as a promo only, with it's picture sleeve.  Mint.

 

 

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  • Price:
    • $765.00 USD
  • Start Date: January 19, 2014
  • End Date: January 26, 2014
  • Bids: 18
  • Seller Feedback: 649
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MARVIN GAYE - THIS LOVED STARVED HEART OF MINE
(TAMLA 42286-0288-7 PICTURE SLEEVE)
b/w IT'S A DESPERATE SITUATION

 

 

Very rare Tamla picture sleeve of 2 superb unreleased Marvin tracks.

 

Apparently these were given out as gifts to executives at a Motown conference in the 90s and have made their way onto the market by
various means since - some even collected by conference staff when
the execs didn't take them. Not sure how true it is but it's a good story!

 

here you are pete.

 

Pounds  446.50.

hope this helps.

 

ricky.

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  • Price:
    • $765.00 USD
  • Start Date: January 19, 2014
  • End Date: January 26, 2014
  • Bids: 18
  • Seller Feedback: 649
  • Buyer Feedback: 333
171222010742.jpg

Northern Soul, RnB, Funk, Hammond Jazz, Freakbeat, Psych,

Garage Fuzz, Mod, Punk, Powerpop, Latin and Boogaloo.

 

MARVIN GAYE - THIS LOVED STARVED HEART OF MINE

(TAMLA 42286-0288-7 PICTURE SLEEVE)

b/w IT'S A DESPERATE SITUATION

 

 

Very rare Tamla picture sleeve of 2 superb unreleased Marvin tracks.

 

Apparently these were given out as gifts to executives at a Motown conference in the 90s and have made their way onto the market by

various means since - some even collected by conference staff when

the execs didn't take them. Not sure how true it is but it's a good story!

 

here you are pete.

 

Pounds  446.50.

hope this helps.

 

ricky.

 

 

Sure does, thanks. I'd definitely take that price!

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Sold mine to a bloke in Oz about 4  years ago Pete for £350.00.......so I would think 450 ish is about right.

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yes but motown have now officially released it in a box set as a Severn inch the point being you could not get it on motown 7 only Cris king. but saying that id love a copy just so i could say got one

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hang on mint drop money round tomorrow

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yes but motown have now officially released it in a box set as a Severn inch the point being you could not get it on motown 7 only Cris king. but saying that id love a copy just so i could say got one

 

Yeah you could, you could get it on this Motown promo only 45, which was the only legit way of getting it before last years box set.  They are about 18 years old now I think.

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The last couple I've seen in the last few weeks have been around £400.

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Yeah you could, you could get it on this Motown promo only 45, which was the only legit way of getting it before last years box set.  They are about 18 years old now I think.

HI ALL  Pete I'm sure there was a US TAMLA PROMOTION? DAVE K

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i did get £580 a few years ago for a mint copy on manships

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Probablaly just me but i'me feed up of hearing this Marvin tune, seems every man and his dog has got a copy in there box nowadays. mostly boots or carvers, i hasten to add, 3 years ago i would of killed to get hold of a copy, just shows how overplay can kill a tune 

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i got £400 for mine about 5 years ago

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HI ALL  Pete I'm sure there was a US TAMLA PROMOTION? DAVE K

 

Yeah that's what this is Dave.

It is for sale if anyone wants it.

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Was played from this promo at the 100 Club virtually straight away, think mine was £100 at the time...there seemed to be a fair few about TBH.  Obviously played by RS in the latter days of the Casino, but Ady reactivated it at the 100 Club fo sho...sold mine yonks ago, cos as stated it had been thrashed.

 

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I have to assume that this is the "original" nineties release ?

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 Obviously played by RS in the latter days of the Casino

 

Really? Didn't know that..

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Really? Didn't know that..

 

I didn't know that either.

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Yes, from an acetate, whether it was an original acetate or cut from a tape I dont know, I think it was played as Marvin Gaye -  'Its Killing Me', as opposed to the full title.  Or maybe I have dreamt it, but dont think so, anyone confirm, as my old brain can get a little confused these days after all of the years of abuse :-). 

 

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Yes, from an acetate, whether it was an original acetate or cut from a tape I dont know, I think it was played as Marvin Gaye -  'Its Killing Me', as opposed to the full title.  Or maybe I have dreamt it, but dont think so, anyone confirm, as my old brain can get a little confused these days after all of the years of abuse :-). 

 

Best Russ

 

J.J. Barnes first was it not, not sure if it was first wave of tapes, but pretty soon after if not.

 

We just need that comedy duo, Soul Sources equivalent of Only Fools etc, , Robb Del-Boy K and Rodney Shard to confirm I suspect.

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J.J. Barnes as Jock rightly says is what it was covered up as by Rod and Dave Withers cut from the tapes from Robb K.  I know Richard got cuts as well of some of the stuff but was led to believe it was after the Casino shut when played? May have been played somewhere just prior to Stafford, some club in Manchester maybe?

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The original 45 was given out at a promotional convention for the release of the Marvin Gaye CD box set, The Master was it?  No one wanted the 45, well not many.  Someone told me he was going round picking em all up off the floor.

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J.J. Barnes as Jock rightly says is what it was covered up as by Rod and Dave Withers cut from the tapes from Robb K.  I know Richard got cuts as well of some of the stuff but was led to believe it was after the Casino shut when played? May have been played somewhere just prior to Stafford, some club in Manchester maybe?

 

Manchester venue, biggish venue I thought, and SAS event run by Searling and Bernie Golding, to a very small crowd.

 

 I remember it as with Dave W turning up with almost a whole spot full, it was a nighter after a jazz funk dayer, and there was more jazz funk people there than the Northern crowd! Very little dance floor reaction, including myself.  I didn't know anyone there, probably very early Stafford if at all, before Dave took it over and before I went, and end of Clifton Hall time period. Was going to a few SaS events then. I remember getting excited as one of the big sounds I thought was called Jealousy, went home all excited robbed Carlena Weaver off a mate for about a quid and got home to realise wrong record, and then remembered the one I had heard was called Suspicion not Jealousy. Karma was returned years later when I found out the Carlena Weaver was a bootleg!

 

However Mr Shard can't remember this do, so to be fair he probably knows more than me and this may have been a symptom of me going out a lot then and getting mixed up.

Anyone else remember this, save my sanity?

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Think you are correct Chalky "Manchester Tiffs" was the venue that most of the first wave of unreleased Motown acetates were first spun via Dave Withers and Rod Shard from memory causing quite a buzz !

I wasn't there but recall everybody was talking about it at the time, this would make it a couple of years after wigan.

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Manchester venue, biggish venue I thought, and SAS event run by Searling and Bernie Golding, to a very small crowd.

 

 I remember it as with Dave W turning up with almost a whole spot full, it was a nighter after a jazz funk dayer, and there was more jazz funk people there than the Northern crowd! Very little dance floor reaction, including myself.  I didn't know anyone there, probably very early Stafford if at all, before Dave took it over and before I went, and end of Clifton Hall time period. Was going to a few SaS events then. I remember getting excited as one of the big sounds I thought was called Jealousy, went home all excited robbed Carlena Weaver off a mate for about a quid and got home to realise wrong record, and then remembered the one I had heard was called Suspicion not Jealousy. Karma was returned years later when I found out the Carlena Weaver was a bootleg!

 

However Mr Shard can't remember this do, so to be fair he probably knows more than me and this may have been a symptom of me going out a lot then and getting mixed up.

Anyone else remember this, save my sanity?

 

SAS, that's the venue I was referring to and the first time Suspicion was played out so I'm led to believe.  I have some old echoes with adverts in for e venue, will dig a couple out and scan them.

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Think you are correct Chalky "Manchester Tiffs" was the venue that most of the first wave of unreleased Motown acetates were first spun via Dave Withers and Rod Shard from memory causing quite a buzz !

I wasn't there but recall everybody was talking about it at the time, this would make it a couple of years after wigan.

 

It was in-between Wigan and Stafford so late 81 or early 82.

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So I was a little out with my timing, but there abouts....thank you for clearing that up guys....

 

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Whilst doing the podcasts for the Stafford Story for Richard's part the three unissued Motown I could pin down to him was The Temptations, "A Tear From A Woman's Eye" & "Angel Doll" and Marvin Gaye "Lonely Lover", not "It's Killing Me" and they were in '82. That was Dave Withers first and foremost as far as I can ascertain, I have play lists from the second Stafford and the tales of the night in Manchester where Dave first played all the Motown for the first time. I have the SAS nights in an old echoes I will dig them out.  None of the Motown from the tapes were played at Wigan according to Rod and Dave.

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Whilst doing the podcasts for the Stafford Story for Richard's part the three unissued Motown I could pin down to him was The Temptations, "A Tear From A Woman's Eye" & "Angel Doll" and Marvin Gaye "Lonely Lover", not "It's Killing Me" and they were in '82. That was Dave Withers first and foremost as far as I can ascertain, I have play lists from the second Stafford and the tales of the night in Manchester where Dave first played all the Motown for the first time. I have the SAS nights in an old echoes I will dig them out.  None of the Motown from the tapes were played at Wigan according to Rod and Dave.

That makes sense and ties this little loop of a story; I did read those stories here on SS about those early 80's unissued Motown tapes with RobbK, Rod the Mod (sorry that was too easy) and Dave W. But now just reading this I understand what it must have meant to Dave W. when he gave me a copy of that promo picture sleeve 45 some 15 years ago. I couldn't have guess that and this little story just add contextual value to this very copy I was given by Sir John Doe. Great ! Cheers for all of that.

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