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    Feel Good Friday - Get them up now!

    Fine unreleased H-D-H tune -
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    Feel Good Friday - Get them up now!

    Another Classic from H-D-H and Marvin -
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    Curtis Mayfield - Move on up (Curtom demo)

    It looks like "Move On Up" made the British charts twice ! Here's Billboard's Hits Of The World from September 04, 1971- "Move On Up" is at #12 -
  4. Thanks for posting !!! The last song really sounds like Jo Ann Garrett .
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    Curtis Mayfield - Move on up (Curtom demo)

    Not sure how much faith we should put in that Discogs entry- besides it, I can see no other info anywhere that "Move On Up" was reissued in 1974. Someone also posted this as a 1971 release for "MOU" years before Curtom was distributed by Warner Brothers !
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    Sheppard Boy - Who is this artist please ?

    According to Keith Rylatt's "Groovesville USA", The Sheppard Boy is ....... Jesse Thomas.
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    The Anti-Valentine playlist 2019

    Not the kind of kiss you want to hear about about on Valentine's Day -
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    Mary Wheeler on Parkway ???

    Thanks Robbert ! I did some research on Discogs and found out that the matrix info for "Prove It" is C111 with a 975 AR scratched out and for "Fresh Out Of Tears" - "CAllAlll" with 975 B scratched out.
  9. While going through old Record Worlds , I spotted this ad for their latest releases. Mary Wheeler's "Prove It" is shown as Parkway #975. I've only seen it as Calla #111. Parkway #975 is a missing # on most Parkway discographies. Does anyone know how this ended up on the Calla label or seen it on Parkway ?
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    Calling it a day.

    Sorry to hear this! Good luck for whatever you decide to do !!
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    Ronnie & Robyn

    The "Robin" in Rick, Robin and him was Sally Furman. The Robyn in Ronnie and Robyn was Robyn Casey daughter of Jim Casey who was one of the owners of Sidra.
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    Sue Label variations

    It lasted much longer than that. The orange/ black Sue label started around the 100 series (1964) . There were still orange/white/black Sue labels being used in 1966 -
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    Wrong Words - Just a silly question

    I found a CD reissue of Oscar Brown's "Tells It Like It Is" that came with lyrics to "The Snake" - that has the debated line as "She wrapped him all cozy in a comforter of silk"
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    Wrong Words - Just a silly question

    As long as we're talking about "A Little Togetherness", every once in awhile, the back up singers blurt out a one syllable word- does anyone know what it is? It's not listed in the link shinehead posted.


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