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Hale & The Hushabyes - "Yes Sir, That's My Baby" (1964)

Backing vocals: Darlene Love, Brian Wilson, Jackie De Shannon, and Sonny and Cher!

Produced by Jack Nitzsche (brilliant arranger for Phil Spector -- note the similarity in sound).


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Found some interesting Dylan covers

Solomon Burke - "Maggie's Farm"


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Dobie Gray - "Out On The Floor" (1965)

One of the most popular records on the "Northern Soul" scene


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The Camotions - "Motown" (1966?)

A catchy but curious record, in that it pays tribute to Motown, but was not by Motown. It even quotes from Motown songs, which probably did not please the Motown lawyers.

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The After Hours - "I Don't Wanna Cry" (1971)

The only release from this super-obscure act. Hard to believe anybody who could make a track this great would only get one chance to record.

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Timothy Brown, former NFL player and actor, dies at age 82

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He's probably best known for playing Spearchucker Jones on the first season of the M*A*S*H television series (he'd had a small role in the M*A*S*H film). He also had a side career as a singer, releasing several 45s while a member of the Philadelphia Eagles.

Timmy Brown - "I Got Nothin' But Time"

This was co-written and produced by the great Jerry Ragavoy ("Piece Of My Heart")


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Sam and Bill - "I Feel Like Cryin'" (1967)

No relation to Sam and Dave -- except in the music itself. Very gospel-influenced call and response.

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The Shells - "When I'm Blue" (1965)

A brilliant anomaly out of Chicago (produced by the great Jerry Butler), this is as much garage rock as soul. I suppose the Rascals would be the best comparison, but the "You-oo-oo" bit actually reminds me of The Who!

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Can I litter this thread with "business time" jams like this?
Freddie Jackson "Rock Me Tonight."


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One more and I will bow out.
Gregory Abbott "Shake You Down."


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Lee Moses - "Bad Girl" (1967)

One of the most amazing vocal performances you will ever hear




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Oliver Morgan - "Who Shot The LaLa" (1964)

Prince LaLa (Wikipedia)
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Lawrence Nelson (1936 – October 27, 1963), who recorded as Prince La La, was an American singer. He was born in 1936 in the Ninth Ward of New Orleans, Louisiana.

Issued in mid-1962, the record was credited to Prince La La – "La La" being Nelson's nickname – and rose to number 28 on the Billboard R&B chart. It was promoted with images of La La in exotic robes, a style later adopted by fellow New Orleans musician Dr. John.

in October 1963 he died at the age of 27 in somewhat mysterious circumstances, most sources stating that it was the result of an accidental overdose of heroin, though there have been intimations of foul play.

Nelson's death was the subject of his friend Oliver Morgan's 1964 song "Who Shot the La La?"
Prince LaLa - "She Put The Hurt On Me" (1963)

Prince LaLa



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Monkey Time was a hit for Major Lance Bottoms, father of Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.

Monkey Time

As was Um, um, um, um


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