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Marvin Gaye/Cole Medina – What It Is Going On

We love Motown…here Cole Medina puts Marvin in a blender for a smooth house re-work that’s been getting heavy play the last couple of weeks at Love Unlimited HQ.

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Diana Ross-Sweet Summertime Lovin' (Underdog Edit)

One of the Underdog’ personal edits that was never planned on releasing quick payday loans in his respected Underdog series. Detroit disco drama with sweet strings with a previously unreleased joint by Ms. Ross. The original version isn’t a disco friendly song, this up generic cialis online date has subtle extensions and a touch of [...]

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Motown Soul & Disco Selections III

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Motown Soul & Disco Selections II

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As promised, here’s Part II consisting of a few more of my favourite soul & disco moments from buy viagra Motown.

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Motown Soul & Disco Selections

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Part I of just some of my favourite soul & disco moments from Motown, the label celebrated its 50th anniversary earlier this year.

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Michael Jackson – Rock With You

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Still kinda stunned by the news that Michael Jackson has passed no prescription online pharmacy away….feels surreal , like the latter years of his career (post BAD).

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Stevie Wonder – Black Man

Things have been a little busy of late for everybody at the Love Unlimited, so with that in mind here we have a 3 in 1 post to mark the 50th Anniversary of Motown Records, the recent Martin Luther King Day and the inauguration of Barack Obama, who will make history today when he is [...]

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Norman Whitfield RIP

Sadly soul colossus Norman Whitfield has passed away this week. Well known for his work with Motown label during the 1960′s and credited as being one of the creators of the Motown Sound, he Windows 8 buy was also instrumental in the sub-genre of psychedelic soul. A truly talented writer and producer responsible for some [...]

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Rick James – Fool On The Street

Rick James makes his debut appearance at the Love Unlimited with “Fool On The Street” released via Gordy in 1979 on the long player “Bustin' Out Of L Seven” & as a 7″ single. what to do to make your breasts bigger A great sounding crossover tune that was big on the Bank Holiday Do's [...]

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The Undisputed Truth – ufos

Once described as the perfect cross between the 5th Dimension & Sly & The Family Sone The Undisputed Truth was a 1970s Motown recording act, assembled by record producer Norman Whitfield as a means for being able to experiment with his psychedelic soul production techniques. the muscle maximizer A number of their singles became minor [...]

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Backstabbers – The O’Jays on Soul Train

Here we have a performance of the philly classic backstabbers, if you get chance check out Tailgate by 21st Creation on motown records for a killer piece of heavy disco that deals with the same subject matter.

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Gloria Gaynor – Never Can Say Goodbye

Never Can Say Goodbye was a 1971 hit for The Jackson 5. Covered by Gloria Gaynor towards the end of 1973, it became a major club hit, despite litttle support from label MGM. The follow-on long player Never Can Say Goodbye established Gloria as a disco artist. Produced by Tom Moulton the first side of [...]

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Jimmy Ruffin – Get On Up

Jimmy is the older brother of David vocalist from the Temptations. In the mid 70's Jimmy was dashing from LA via Detroit to Phil order generic cialis adelphia making the LP Love is All We Need. The usual suspects at Sigma Sound Studios helped out with strings & things on Get On Up. zp8497586rq

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Tower of Power – Brick House

Formed in the late sixties and hailing from San Francisco the group Tower of Power have served up some real funk sizzlers during their lenghty ca Attract A New Car! By Joe Vitale reer. Originally penned by the Commodores here is their very tight (check out the horns) cover version of the popular funk tune [...]

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