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The Supremes - Stormy?

Hi Id like to know if this can be got on record as I heard it was unreleased.

Thanks, GRaham

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yes it was done as a white label about 5 years ago. i stuck a motown label on mine might be persuaded to let it go :thumbsup:

dave

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Ya, ok Dave.

how much?

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you got paypal

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Guest duncanm

got a copy to sell myself too,after dave's sold his own ,if anyone's interested in ..

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Guest Brett F

Got this, is it Diana Ross or Florence Ballard, always thought it was Ross (but not sure) any help.

By the way i know there are a few takes on this but my favourite is O.C. Smith on Columbia LP.

Brett

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What LP did it come out on please? I'd rather have the real deal!!! :unsure:

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What LP did it come out on please? I'd rather have the real deal!!! :unsure:

It was unreleased (Supremes version) just got put on a white label (vinyl carver), not sure who cut them. Not even certain if it is on a Motown compilation CD ?

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It was unreleased (Supremes version) just got put on a white label (vinyl carver), not sure who cut them. Not even certain if it is on a Motown compilation CD ?

Motown CD full of other unissued supremes,i have it somewhere.......so not a compilation.

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It was unreleased (Supremes version) just got put on a white label (vinyl carver), not sure who cut them. Not even certain if it is on a Motown compilation CD ?

Yes it did Brett, 'Supremes Sing The Show Tunes' or something similar, US CD

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CD release from the late 90s or early noughties...

No vinyl issue other than the white label boot

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CD release from the late 90s or early noughties...

No vinyl issue other than the white label boot

Well i can forget that one then!!! :unsure: Only OVO will do it for me!!! :huh:

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Hi Id like to know if this can be got on record as I heard it was unreleased.

Thanks, GRaham

CLASSICS IV do a decent version and there's a real laid back verson by Billy Eckstine :unsure:

Don

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What LP did it come out on please? I'd rather have the real deal!!! :wicked:

It was released on this CD alongside a lesser known track by Frank Wilson. :unsure:

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As for the Classics IV, weren't theirs the original version? :huh:

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It was released on this CD alongside a lesser known track by Frank Wilson. :unsure:

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As for the Classics IV, weren't theirs the original version? :huh:

You might like to try Georgie Fames version or John Legends sample

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Guest Brett F

there is a version by Betty Lavette on TCA, but i don't think it's that hot

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classics 4 orig version.written by the band reached no 8 on charts in usa in late 1968 rarer than timi yuro on britiish liberty but then theres that little obstacle of demand :thumbsup:

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This was originally played years ago by Terry Jones at the Norfolk Village, at the time Im pretty certain it was only available on a dodgy Belgium comp. I heard it & got the details off TJ, but was unable to source the CD, this was pre ebay remember. Eventually I found the CD through Pete Lowrie & cut several acetates which were placed with prominent DJ's, the rest as they say is history. One of the tunes that was huge at the Abshott Soul Nights for me, & at its peak it was pressed up as a white label. I'm pretty sure its Diana Ross on lead vocal, Im not normally a fan of Ms Ross's vocal ability, but this is one of her finest cuts IMO.

Russ

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stormy

This is nice :thumbsup:

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John Legend :thumbsup: .

Russ

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stormy Classic V & John Legend

This is nice :thumbsup:

Can someone post this up propper,me machine wont do it? and it is good. :thumbup:

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I do like the Betty Lavette version. Amazing what good songwriters can come up with. All different versions. All very good.

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Great record, it's Diana on lead. I've got the white label, in the absence of any alternative I don't see a problem as it's a fantastic track :wicked:

But wouldn't it be great if Motown brought out a lovely vinyl LP to include the great unissued stuff like this ......seeing it's 50th anniversary year and all that :hypo:

Like a unissued version of Big Wheels of Motown ... smile.gif:P I can remember carrying it home on the bus not being able to wait to play it!

Richard's cds were good but it would be nice to get the tracks on a nice big shiny LP :)

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ANYONE GOT A COPY OF BOOT WITH "DONT LET TRUE LOVE DIE" FROM THIS ALBUM ON THE OTHER SIDE ?

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I'm rather partial to the Bobby Gentry version meself.... :thumbsup:

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ANYONE GOT A COPY OF BOOT WITH "DONT LET TRUE LOVE DIE" FROM THIS ALBUM ON THE OTHER SIDE ?

You can buy this of me,and carver it as many time as you want :thumbsup: and 27 others.

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Jessie Davies did a nice version of this tune too !

Jazzy ........laid back lounge music.... etc

but nice on a compilaion when you are decorating the front room !

IMO of course

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You can buy this of me,and carver it as many time as you want biggrin.gif and 27 others.

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PM'D YOU MATE

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No :P

You must admit, it does sound like Des O'connor whistling.gif

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You must admit, it does sound like Des O'connor whistling.gif

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No :P ............. :lol:

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I first heard it at the 100 Club around 1997 when Pete Lowrie was on. He announced it as being by Diana Ross. I think it's a wonderful record.

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On 11/01/2009 at 17:44, Jellybean said:

Hi there I think you’ll find it was chapter IV who originally recorded it 

 

 

Well i can forget that one then!!! :unsure: Only OVO will do it for me!!! :huh:

 

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