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  1. #401
    Whitney, with You give good love.


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    Emotions, with don’t ask my neighbor.


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    Emotions, with Rejoice.


  5. #404
    Stylistics, with Stop, look, listen


  6. #405
    Stylistics, with Break up to make up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2bornot2bop
    Stylistics, with Stop, look, listen


    Man I love the Stylistics. Got into them through Grant Green, actually.

    "Ebony Eyes" has been in my solo set for years, it's one of my favorite songs of all time. 2 minutes and 20 seconds of perfection.


  8. #407
    Stylistics, with their long hit, People make the world go round.


  9. #408
    Blue Magic, and their Stop to start.


  10. #409
    Blue Magic, with Spell.


  11. #410
    Jamie Foxx, doing Major Harris.

    Last edited by 2bornot2bop; 10-16-2020 at 07:39 PM.

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  17. #416
    Al Green, I’m so tired of being alone.


  18. #417
    Al Green, Look what you’ve done for me.


  19. #418
    Al Green, Still in love with you.


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    Al Green, Take me to the river.


  21. #420
    Al Green, Here I am baby.


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    Al Green, Love and happiness.


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    Al Green, For the good times.


  24. #423
    Al Green, Sha la la.


  25. #424
    I don't know if it really fits in this thread but I was really into Curtis Mayfield for a while and I love some of those funk rhythm guitar strum patterns, but I could never really nail them.


  26. #425

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    We used to do this one, fun to play over these simple changes...

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    When I gigged in the ‘70s one of my favorite songs to play was from the Sound of Philadelphia was the “Love I Lost” by Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wintermoon
    Thats a good one but I'm partial to the original by Skylark in '72

    Hi, W,
    I led a 10 piece Jazz/Rock big band in the 70's and we always closed our third set with "Wildflower." It was always one of our most popular tunes and with trumpet, flugelhorn, sax, trombone and, Hammond B3 for the harmonic complement, it was very powerful. I hired, R.H., who played with the Ohio Players ,for a short time, as our bassist/vocalist and whose interpretation was stellar and I've wondered, even today, why he didn't become a big star. I've never heard the first version and prefer it over the original since it has strong R@B/gospel elements in its structure and is the same music I played with small combos for years on Chicago's South and West sides. However, I just love the tune. Thanks for the memories. Play live . . . Marinero

  29. #428
    Quote Originally Posted by fasteddie
    When I gigged in the ‘70s one of my favorite songs to play was from the Sound of Philadelphia was the “Love I Lost” by Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes.

    That’s kewl because it’s a rhythmically rich tune. That intro is off the charts and the tune takes off from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2bornot2bop
    Stylistics, with their long hit, People make the world go round.

    Hi, B,
    Here's a take by the Pharoahs- a great Chicago band from the 70's whose horn section later became Earth, Wind and Fire. This was recorded live at the High Chaparral Show Lounge on South Stony Island. Hard core Jazzers. Vocals start at 7:24. Play live . . Marinero


  31. #430
    McFadden and Whitehead with, Ain’t no stopping us now.


  32. #431
    EWF, Be ever wonderful.


  33. #432
    EWF, Fantasy.


  34. #433
    EWF, After the love is gone.


  35. #434
    EWF, Lets groove.


  36. #435
    EWF, Boogie Wonderland.


  37. #436
    EWF, Spirit. Hugely a jazz hit too.


  38. #437
    EWF, Reasons.


  39. #438
    EWF, Can’t hide love.


  40. #439
    EWF, Love’s Holiday.


  41. #440
    EWF, Got to get you into my life.


  42. #441
    EWF, Devotion.


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    EWF, I’ll write a song for you. My favorite.


  44. #443
    EWF, Serpentine fire.


  45. #444
    EWF, Happy Feelin’.


  46. #445
    EWF, All about love.


  47. #446
    EWF, Yearnin, Learnin’.


  48. #447
    EWF, See the light.


  49. #448
    EWF, Africano.


  50. #449
    Stevie Wonder, I Wish.


  51. #450
    Stevie Wonder, Sir Duke.