Come on talk to me..
Talk to me, so you can see..
Post-Diana Ross The Supremes went out swinging. “Stoned Love” was their biggest hit during the era and one helluva a great soul song.
“If” by Janet Jackson is my jam! The second single from her sexually liberated ‘janet.’ 1993 this song was mash-up before it was a thing. It rocks AND you can dance your ass of to it.
For this week’s Guilty Pleasure we go back to the unforgettable “Rhythm of the Night” when DeBarge ruled the pop airwaves. Just watch the damn video and try not to sing along 🙂
He Was Really Saying Something by The Velvelettes (1964, Motown/V.I.P. single)
This inexplicably brilliant Motown track really has an energy and a verve to it that always spoke to me at a young age.
Join Dandy as they make the cases for Motown vs. Stax in part 2 of their first “Great Soul Debate”.
Before Prince. Before R. Kelly. There was the great Marvin Gaye and his live performances gave women all over the world the butterflies (and maybe more). “Distant Lover” was a good song on the “Let’s Get It On” Album, but it took on a better life in concert. Here’s the proof.
Because you’ll get to hear Randy W. Hall’s Top 10 favorite Motown songs in Part 2 of our Great Soul Debate: Motown vs. Stax, here’s the runners-up…