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9 thoughts on “ Some Things You Never Get Used To - Various - The Complete Motown Singles

  • Dusho
    24.11.2019 at 18:17
    Sep 11,  · The single-disc ULTIMATE COLLECTION includes several more chart hits (When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes, In And Out Of Love, Forever Came Today, Some Things You Never Get Used To, The Composer, No Matter What Sign You Are) but this collection is in very muddy-sounding mono. Reply
  • Vijin
    18.11.2019 at 22:32
    Mar 13,  · Various Artists; The Complete Motown Singles, Vol. 1: the Tamla name never became a household word, but his second label Motown did, and the rest is history. first three years-- . Reply
  • Magrel
    21.11.2019 at 00:23
    Jan 07,  · tim_neely Forum Hall Of Fame Thread Starter. Location: Central VA. An ad in the newest Goldmine magazine has the skinny on Volume 8 of this historically significant series. It contains tracks on 6 CDs, and the bonus 45 is "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" by Marvin Gaye, the biggest hit single for Motown in its Detroit years. Reply
  • Kazidal
    23.11.2019 at 14:50
    Smokey Robinson wrote and recorded a love letter to the city called "I Care About Detroit" that sees a rare reissue on The Complete Motown Singles, Vol. 8: , a six-disc, track set that documents every A- and B-side, plus alternate mixes and promos, from that turbulent satisicycranakoutsroscbudentoiprec.coinfo: $ Reply
  • Kigadal
    24.11.2019 at 20:44
    Jan 14,  · I've never heard the original Funk Brothers instrumental, but if you look in the Complete Motown Singles Vol. 7 - , they give a small insight on it. I can't understand why HDH would re-record the track in LA, but it has been stated that there is an original instrumental track recorded by the Funk Brothers that wasn't used. Reply
  • Arar
    22.11.2019 at 04:11
    Explore releases from the The Complete Motown Singles label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for The Complete Motown Singles releases. Reply
  • Visar
    17.11.2019 at 16:57
    "Buttered Popcorn" is a song written by Motown president Berry Gordy and songwriter Barney Ales, produced by Gordy, and released as a Tamla label single by Motown singing group The Supremes. It was the group's second single after signing with Motown Records (and their third overall) as well as their second, and last, single for the Tamla. Reply
  • Kajigis
    19.11.2019 at 12:42
    Some things you never get used to. You've been so wonderful to me. Don't let him take your love from me. Lonely lonely man am I. You met your match. My girl. I am your man. If you love her. Yesterday's dreams. For once in my life. You're all I need to get by. I care about Detroit. Please return your love to me. How can I forget. Hip city. Reply
  • Gugal
    23.11.2019 at 04:22
    The Complete Motown Singles: Volume 8 - , a Various Artists Compilation. Released 3 October on Hip-O Select (catalog no. B; CD). Genres: Motown Sound. Reply

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