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Discussion in 'General Music and Vinyl' started by captainfog, Jun 1, 2015.
From Michael Kiwanuka´s twitter:
Wealth Of Soulful Treasures Unlocked On ‘Motown Unreleased 1968’ Collections
The digital albums offer an astonishing 88 tracks from the Motown archives of 1968, all previously unissued.
A veritable treasure trove of soulful gems from 1968, all of them previously unavailable in any format, has been unveiled on Motown Unreleased 1968, Volume 1 and Volume 2, out now on all digital platforms.
The collections offer an astonishing 88 tracks from the Motown archives, 50 on the first set and 38 on the second, by a generous cross-section of artists signed to the company in the memorable year of 1968. Stars such as the Four Tops, Gladys Knight and the Pips, the Temptations and Jr. Walker and the All Stars are joined by lesser-known names from the roster such as T&T, Debbie Dean, Suzee Ikeda, Paul Petersen, the Messengers and Willie Tyler.
Among the items on Volume 1 that will fascinate Motown collectors and new admirers are Martha Reeves and the Vandellas’ version of Aretha Franklin’s ‘Don’t Let Me Lose This Dream’; a version of the Miracles’ ‘I Second That Emotion’ by the Utopians; a live recording of Jimmy Webb’s ‘By The Time I Get To Phoenix’ by Gladys Knight and the Pips; and the Four Tops’ early version of their single of that year, ‘Yesterday’s Dreams.’
The treats on Volume 2 include Marvin Gaye’s first version of ‘It’s A Bitter Pill To Swallow’; his duet with Tammi Terrell, ‘Tears At The End Of A Love Affair’; the Temptations’ ‘All I Need Is You To Love Me’; Chris Clark’s reading of Bacharach & David’s ‘What The World Needs Now Is Love’; and a moment of Motown self-reference with Bobby Taylor and the Vancouvers’ ‘Ode To The Supremes,’ produced by Berry Gordy.
Don't listen to VMP. This is not the correct way to handle your records.
Nice touch with the three Mo's though.
Moses, Morby, Monkeys
If interesting to subscribe to youtube for access to buy Coachella tickets:
"YouTube will once again serve as the exclusive livestream partner for Weekend One and Two.
In addition, YouTube Music and Premium subscribers in the US will have exclusive access to a dedicated allocation of passes for each weekend. Passes go on sale on January 4th, 2019 at 11 am PT. Subscribers will receive unique access codes via email to purchase passes from a dedicated member cart. These will remain available only until supplies last.
The video platform’s Music service will also now serve as the exclusive playlist partner for Coachella. This includes playlist integration on the Coachella site and festival app, and playlists will be easily discoverable within YouTube Music. Fans can listen to this year’s lineup, genre-based playlists, and discover emerging acts."
Tidal brings MQA to Android phones.
I noticed they offer 60 days free for new members, but I found an even better offer. Download "Sennheiser CapTune App" and through it you can get 90 days of Tidal HiFi for free.
Not sure where to share this exactly, but, this is a little self trivia game that Bob Mould played with NME. Spoiler alert...he does terribly, but he shares some pretty awesome stories after most of his answers.
Another pre-release single from Sharon Van Etten's upcoming album.
Nice. This song was a highlight from her Red Rocks set back in October, IMO.
Excited for the new album. All three pre-released tunes have had a different vibe, IMO, but I've liked them all.
Yes please. @teee
Same here. This is an uncharacteristic new direction for SVE. Sonically it's bigger and darker. More keyboards and synths and she tackles an incredibly heavy subject matter in mental health. I'm all in!
New Coathangers album coming.
Following Bill on Twitter has been a very underwhelming experience so far.
Yup. We've been had.
Steve Earle will release Guy Clark tribute album.
US album consumption up 23% in 2018. (Vinyl +15%)
Well played fellow music lovers.