Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Gary, Oct 24, 2014.
Their single release following "Shout, Pts. 1 & 2", 1959.
"Respectable" - The Isley Brothers.
Sir Mix A Lot - Posse On Broadway
The Tubes-Monkey Time (duet with Martha Davis from the Motels).
"Satin Soul" - The Love Unlimited Orchestra
"Shoeshine Boy" - Eddie Kendricks
"Crumbs Off The Table" - Laura Lee
Nina Simone -- Baltimore
A strange rendition done in Reggae style, this one grew on me.
I'm doing an "aural re-visit" with The Time Has Come, an oft-overlooked
album that will we celebrating it's fiftieth (!!!) anniversary come this
November and was reminded of this:
"Romeo and Juliet" - The Chambers Brothers.
Superb. I heard that for the first time on the car radio the other day!
"Never Can Goodbye" - Isaac Hayes.
Nice sound for a semi-official CD.
I heard this track in the credits of a documentary film the other day, and now I'm going to have to get their collection.
Mickey and the Soul Generation - "Hey Brother Man"
"She's a Bad Mama Jama (She's Built, She's Stacked)" - Carl Carlton, 1981.
The B-side of "Try a Little Tenderness":
"I'm Sick Y'all" - Otis Redding, 1966.
"Tell It Like It Is" - Aaron Neville, 1966.
"Blame it on the Boogie" - The Jacksons.
"Son of Shaft" - The Bar-Kays.
The Gap Band - Party Train
"Ain't It Better to Ignite Than to Explode?" - The Bourbon Tabernacle
"Reasons" - Minnie Riperton, with El Toro Negro on drums.
"Every Little Bit Hurts" - Brenda Holloway, 1962.
"This World Has Music" - Average White Band.
Homie? In 1946? You don't say!
"The House of Blue Lights" - Freddie Slack with Rhythm Section with
Ella Mae Morse and Don Raye, 1946.
Jean Terrell does a great lead here years after the song was released
A Funk/Pop fave, "Wanna Fill You Up" - Afterbach (1981)
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