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Great thread.

 

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This is one of my all time favourites. I first heard it only about 2 years ago & couldn't believe i hadn't heard it before. 12 minutes of amazing music.

 

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Probably the only song I like that used to get the approval of the older soul trainspotters in a pub I used to go in as a kid.

 

Best described by Searling as a "builder"

 

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The record that made Stax a force.

 

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Great live set - won't embed all six parts as you can follow them through this link - a who's who if the Stax roster playing and singing for real.

 

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Sweet sounds from Philly. One of the great love songs ever performed.

 

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Pretty fly for some white guys.

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Fess puttin his foot down.

 

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Big sleazy groove.

 

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The Saint.

 

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Big Mac.

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The monsters from the midwest.

 

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Cincy sounds.

 

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Jersey juice.

 

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More from the west side of the tunnel.

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Baby Huey - Hard Times

 

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My current favourite. The moment where the organ kicks back in around the 2 and a half minute mark is truly sublime.

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Guest Pistonbroke

I'm certainly getting back into Motown, just soulful happy music which brings back happy memories. 

 

Obviously the original by the Four Tops of "I can't help myself" is the dogs nads but I like Jessica Mauboy's version as well, plus I wouldn't mind shagging her. 

 

 

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