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Did the version by Blood,Sweat and Tears ever get played at any venues.....?

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Did the version by Blood,Sweat and Tears ever get played at any venues.....?

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Somebody said its a world thing n/soul,and with hundreds of different do`s/ nighters how anybody can say its never been played i dont know,i`m sure it as somewere.ken

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Somebody said its a world thing n/soul,and with hundreds of different do`s/ nighters how anybody can say its never been played i dont know,i`m sure it as somewere.ken

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Yeah back door, suppose it has, personally love Lou Rawls version than any of the others i know.

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Yeah back door, suppose it has, personally love Lou Rawls version than any of the others i know.

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Here we go!!c clark,on weed records,sub of motown,very rare lp track,on the front of said lp,the words all the best artists are on weed?,wish they were might not have all this trouble now,and no i did not inhale??yours.ken

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Lou Rawls - top. But you have to pitch it to at least plus 4 to stop everyone moaning or going to sleep.

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Hi Andy mate, i'm not a fan of pitching records faster, i say to hell with people, let's hear the sound as the artists wanted it, and if people don't like it then i for one do not give a "tinkers cuss"..........

ps hopefully see you and your crowd at Prestatyn...think you owe me a drink.... whistling.gif

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Doubt it very much, it was a sizeable hit single...

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Yeah Pete, your right but my thinking was that i remember "i love music" getting played at Clifton Hall, just wondered because i like the track, feel it is superior to Brenda Holloways (was it her ?, got it somewhere on Motown ?) but not as good as Lou Rawls. On that point what are there other moderate hit records, that were played in the 70's.

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Yeah Pete, your right but my thinking was that i remember "i love music" getting played at Clifton Hall, just wondered because i like the track, feel it is superior to Brenda Holloways (was it her ?, got it somewhere on Motown ?) but not as good as Lou Rawls. On that point what are there other moderate hit records, that were played in the 70's.

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The difference is that when BS&T came out, the records weren't available as imports so you didn't get pre release plays; I remember some of the biggest records at Wigan in 76 were things like Don't Take Away The Music and Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel, Turn The Beat Around, Nine Times...being played a month or so before their UK release...records that if you told someone they used to be monster sounds would probably laugh.

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Yeah Pete, your right but my thinking was that i remember "i love music" getting played at Clifton Hall, just wondered because i like the track, feel it is superior to Brenda Holloway (was it her ?, got it somewhere on Motown ?) but not as good as Lou Rawls. On that point what are there other moderate hit records, that were played in the 70's.

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Superior to Brenda Holloway whistling.gif , Now come on Brett, how could anything be superior to the great BH.......

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Superior to Brenda Holloway whistling.gif , Now come on Brett, how could anything be superior to the great BH.......

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John in all seriousness i feel the BH is a lightweight version (although it's the original) ,Lisa i haven't heard the Mel Torme version, sounds interesting, think i've got a version by Nancy Wilson somewhere.

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