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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Banned Tosspot, 19 Mar 2018.
Just reminded me how good Millie is...
'Road Runner' by this fabulous band is one of my top 5 favourite records, outstanding beat, with what must
be the finest Sax break of any recording.
Try this one...
You can’t beat a bit of the late great mr Otis Ray Redding.
Motown Chart Busters 3.
A1 –Marvin Gaye I Heard It Through The Grapevine
A2 –Diana Ross & The Supremes* And The Temptations I'm Gonna Make You Love Me
A3 –Stevie Wonder My Cherie Amour
A4 –The Isley Brothers This Old Heart Of Mine (Is Weak For You)
A5 –Marv Johnson I'll Pick A Rose For My Rose
A6 –Diana Ross & The Supremes* No Matter What Sign You Are
A7 –Four Tops I'm In A Different World
A8 –Martha Reeves & The Vandellas Dancing In The Street
B1 –Stevie Wonder For Once In My Life
B2 –Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell You're All I Need To Get By
B3 –The Temptations Get Ready
B4 –Edwin Starr Stop Her On Sight (S.O.S.)
B5 –Diana Ross & The Supremes* Love Child
B6 –The Isley Brothers Behind A Painted Smile
B7 –Junior Walker & The All Stars (I'm A) Road Runner
B8 –Smokey Robinson & The Miracles* The Tracks Of My Tears
Gotta have some of one of the best girlbands' ever...
Holy shit! Who wins?
Love the theme but I'm about 10-15 years later on with the 'soul/dance' stuff which is part of the reason why the 1980-81 cup runs were even more exciting for me. Lots of quality US stuff, Italian studio 'disco' with African-American singers and the emergence of 'Brit Funk' including Light of the World and their lead singer Gee Bello, a Manchester lad and City fan (gets a mention in Michael Francis 'Guvnors' book :))