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Your Fave Motown Track.

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Back to the music - 

 

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  Pure Tamla Motown Magic - Marvin Gaye's - What's Going On  :thumbsup:

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If anything comes close to being a definitive favourite Motown wise its this. Sounds better and as relevant today as ever

 

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Love this song, and have ever since it was put out on A Cellarful Of Motown Vol 4.

David Ruffin - In The Cool Of The Night 1971

 

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Another Classic from the "What's Going On" album.

This was the 1st Motown album with musician's

credits ! 

 

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always liked it,

 

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Chris Clark- Love's gone bad

One of the best dancers.

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"Hey Love" - Stevie Wonder - Tamla

Great crossover track from 1968.  Don't miss out!

Came out on a single too!

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So many brilliant tunes. I could pick any of poss 100, but the one in my head at the moment is   Dynamic Superiors  -  One Nighter 

 

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Another one of those songs that was a bit too good for a B side. Great tune.

The Undisputed Truth - You Got The Love I Need. Gordy 1971

 

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Have To agree - Top Track - On a great Compilation C/D .

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On ‎26‎/‎02‎/‎2019 at 21:48, shufflin said:

always liked it,

 

Not For Me ! - Don't think It Was For H.D.H. As They Recorded The Better Version By " Laura Lee - Hot Wax Records " The Way They Thought It Should Sound . P.S. Soulful & With A Funky Edge .

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Those are two different songs! "Remember Me" by Diana Ross was written by Ashford and Simpson.

"(If You Want To Try Love Again) Remember Me" was by  H-D-H  and Popcorn Wylie. 

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So underplayed, Soul as good as it gets.

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6 minutes ago, soulatthedale said:

So underplayed, Soul as good as it gets.

I feel so lucky to have heard Jr in concert before it was too late.

My personal fave in the mid tempo range:

 

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Can't believe this never got released - 

 

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happy memories of Wales 🙂

 

 

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  Love this Outstanding Tamla Motown from Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell - You're All I Need To Get By  :thumbsup:  

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46 minutes ago, Bruv said:

  

Love this Outstanding Tamla Motown from Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell - You're All I Need To Get By  :thumbsup:  

That's one of the top songs of all time, in my opinion, and of any genre you care to name.

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unreleased great

 

 

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Apply the above comments to this too - 

 

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it was an amazing time in late nineties/early 2000's all these stunning tracks becoming available

 

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Sublime is often an overly used description on here, but I have always said this song really defines sublime.

Marv Johnson - I'll Pick A Rose For My Rose. 1968

 

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Goodness this thread is so good

 

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Have not found time to go through all 7 pages but this is the Motown track I'm feeling at the moment

This has been recently reissued by Soul Brother on 45 b/w Try It You'll Like It

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Cleethorpes stomper

 

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Another brilliant track from the great man, he just roars his way through it, would be massive it was on a 45

 

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Great tune, and yet another one of those songs that remained unreleased for years and years.

The Supremes - Life Beats

 

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Fantastic version of a well known tune 

 

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Just putting a bit of glamour to the above..

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9 minutes ago, tomangoes said:

Just putting a bit of glamour to the above

Ed

To be honest was in two minds wether to post that one👍

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39 minutes ago, the yank said:

 

 

Said it before, but I'll say it again. Probably the best double slded TMG disc ever put on general release. Both sides pure gold, with "Just look...." probably just edging it. 

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As far is my check goes this has not been listed yet, but what a record, what a bloomin record! 

 

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I'm in love

 

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10 minutes ago, Soul Hippy said:

what a bloomin record! 

and so is the flip, don't know if that's been posted

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Not had too many top quality instrumentals on this thread, so I thought i'd shove this one forward.

Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers - Think It Over (Before You Break My Heart)

 

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This works really well as an instrumental - 

 

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Big at cleggy

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Of all the instrumentals, this one has always hit the mark for me. Simple, yet sublime.

Al Kent - You've Got To Pay The Price. Ric Tic RT 127. 1967

 

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Credited on you tube as the" Groovesville Orchestra (Funk Brothers)"

 

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Ric-Tic Records
Founded 1962
Founder Joanne Bratton
Ed Wingate
Status Defunct
Genre R&B, Soul
Country of origin United States
Location Detroit, Michigan

The label was named for the recently deceased son of label executive Bratton and her then husband Johnny Bratton, the boxer. The boy, named Derek, was known to his family as Ricky, Ric, or Ric-Tic. He died in 1962, aged 11.[3

 

I did not know this. You learn something new everyday!

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On 1 de marzo de 2019 at 11:02, Soulfusion said:

Have not found time to go through all 7 pages but this is the Motown track I'm feeling at the moment

This has been recently reissued by Soul Brother on 45 b/w Try It You'll Like It

There's a good cover by Barbara Mason also. I prefer the one by Sisters Love, the "rasping" lead voice is fantastic.

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Great version from a group who dont get the credit they deserve, IMO

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One more from the group - 

 

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And another!

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Wasn't that the b side to " Destination" ?

One more from the group - 

 

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5 minutes ago, the yank said:

Wasn't that the b side to " Destination" ?

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I think so, i dont have the 45 just the LP Sophisticated Soul

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Continuing on the same theme, let's stick this into the mix.

The Marvelettes - Danger, Heartbreak Dead Ahead. Tamla 54120 1965

 

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55 minutes ago, soulatthedale said:

I think so, i dont have the 45 just the LP Sophisticated Soul

Spot on guys. It was the flip to Destination Anywhere

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Wasn't that the b side to " Destination" ?

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Just about as good as it gets mate.

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