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  1. #651
    Yvonne Elliman, If I can’t have you.


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  3. #652
    George McCrae, Rock your baby.


  4. #653
    Peaches and Herb, Reunited.


  5. #654
    Patti LaBelle, New attitude.


  6. #655
    Maxine Nightengale, Right back where we started from.


  7. #656
    James & Bobby Purify, I’m your puppet.


  8. #657
    Rick James, Give it to me baby.


  9. #658
    Parliament, Tear the roof off.


  10. #659
    Carl Carlton, She’s a bad mamma jamma.


  11. #660
    Archie Bell & The Drells, Soul city walk.


  12. #661
    The Pointer Sisters, Slow hand.


  13. #662
    The Pointer Sisters, I’m so excited.


  14. #663

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    Killer Rhythm guitar ! Anybody know who played that part ?


    Quote Originally Posted by 2bornot2bop
    George McCrae, Rock your baby.


  15. #664
    Quote Originally Posted by gitman
    Killer Rhythm guitar ! Anybody know who played that part ?
    Jerome Smith. You know him from KC & The Sunshine Band.

  16. #665
    Edwin Starr, War.


  17. #666
    The Whispers, And the beat goes on.


  18. #667
    The Impressions, It’s alright.


  19. #668
    Little Anthony & The Imperials, Hurt so bad.


  20. #669
    Little Anthony & The Imperials, Goin out of my head.


  21. #670
    Little Anthony & The Imperials, Tears on my pillow.


  22. #671
    Little Anthony & The Imperials, I’m on the outside looking in.


  23. #672
    Fontana Bass, Rescue me.


  24. #673
    Maxine Nightengale, Lead me on.


  25. #674
    Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr, You don’t have to be a star.


  26. #675
    The Whispers, Rock steady.


  27. #676
    The Trammps, Hold back the night.


  28. #677
    The Chairman of the Board, Give just a little more time.


  29. #678
    The Chairman of the Board, Patches.


  30. #679
    Heatwave, Groove line.


  31. #680
    I posted this some 12 or so pages ago. But here’s the thing, there aren’t many cats who can still sing falsetto in their 60’s. But here’s Eddie Holman bringing it on his hit Lonely Girl from over 48 years ago, hitting every high note just as he did back then. Just wow!


  32. #681
    Speaking of still in tune. Here’s the one and only Russell Thompkins Jr and the Stylistics sounding just as he did 50 years ago. How Eddie and Russell go about keeping their voices in shape I’ll never know. But Russell still sounds like he did in his youth, while every other touring band from 50 years ago sounds completely out of tune. Hats off to Russell Thompkins Jr!


  33. #682
    Marvin Gaye, If I should die tonight.


  34. #683
    Marvin Gaye, You sure love to ball.


  35. #684
    Marvin Gaye, Please stay.


  36. #685
    Marvin Gaye, Just to keep you satisfied.


  37. #686
    Marvin Gaye, Come live with me angel.


  38. #687
    Marvin Gaye, After the dance.


  39. #688
    Marvin Gaye, All the way around.


  40. #689
    Marvin Gaye, Soon I’ll be loving you again.


  41. #690
    Marvin Gaye, Got to give it up.


  42. #691
    Marvin Gaye, What’s happening brother.


  43. #692
    Marvin Gaye, Flyin’ high in the friendly sky.


  44. #693
    Marvin Gaye, Save the children.


  45. #694
    Marvin Gaye, God is love.


  46. #695
    Marvin Gaye, Mercy, mercy me.


  47. #696
    Marvin Gaye, That’s alright.


  48. #697
    Marvin Gaye, Wholly wholly.


  49. #698
    Marvin Gaye, Inner city blues.


  50. #699
    Boys to men, End of the road.


  51. #700
    Bous to men, It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday.