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Discussion in 'Artists & Music' started by sergiodeblanc, Jun 13, 2016.
For Motown Monday, Al Green doing "I'm a Ram".
I'm a Goldtop
Good Motown Monday Morning everybody! From their first album (on the Rare Earth label), this is UFO covering Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love?". Odd...
Happy Motown Monday! Happy Christmas (+1)! This is "Christmas Everyday" by The Miracles.
Goldtop - HoHoHo!
Happy New Year! And Happy Motown Monday! Martha Reeves & The Vandellas and "Nowhere to Run". Will you listen to that room... Amazing!
Mmmmmmotown Mmmmmmmonday! Some early Kiki Dee on the Tamla label. "I Love You More Today".
Good Morning everybody. Good Motown Monday morning! This is T.G Sheppard doing "Motels and Memories" on the Melodyland label.
Happy Motown Monday Everybody! This is Brass Monkey on the Rare Earth label doing "Sweet Water". If I've posted this one before please forgive me; I love this tune!
Good Motown Monday Morning. On your feet or on your seat - just get it movin'! Check out that low-fi goodness!
Junior Walker and The All Stars doing "Shotgun" on the Soul label.
Alright! Another Motown Monday. This is Mr. Stevie Wonder doing "Living For The City". Over seven minutes of Genuine 70's!
Alright! Happy Motown Monday everybody! Rare Earth doing "Tobacco Road". On the Rare Earth label no less!
Okay, another Monday. Another Motown Monday too. Great!
This is Michael McDonald and one of his Motown covers; "Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing".
Motown Monday! Have a great week everybody.
This is Stacy Lattisaw doing "Let Me Take You Down".
I think it’s time to revive Motown Monday, because my Mondays lately need a little extra soul, some more rhythm but not so much blues.
It’s that day again!
It’s not strictly a track, but some interesting music history!
How did I miss this awesome thread? Thanks @sergiodeblanc for starting it and @Tele295 for reviving it.
The Spinners - It's A Shame
I heard this as “It’s a shame when you’re messing round with The Man,” like being on hold with the unemployment office or the IRS. The lyrics make perfect sense that way!