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  • Kazragor says:
    Oct 17,  · Comment: This item has very light surface scratches that do not affect the use of the disc/s. This is a USED item and case may have light wear. All items unless otherwise noted will include disc, case, and artwork. Codes have been maccpepcongviticatocontkingsulbiohar.co: $
  • Gajar says:
    Cruzin' to Motown is a track collection of some of the smoothest and funkiest tracks Motown released, from the '60s to the '80s. It's a silly concept, but the results are entertaining, featuring such classics as "Baby, Baby Don't Cry," "My Girl, " "My Guy, " "Let's Get It On, " "Where Did Our Love Go, " "What's Going On, " "I Wish It Would Rain, " "Superstition" and "Cruisin'."Price: $
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  • Meztinris says:
    Cruzin' to Motown is a track collection of some of the smoothest and funkiest tracks Motown released, from the '60s to the '80s. It's a silly concept, but the results are entertaining, featuring such classics as "Baby, Baby Don't Cry," "My Girl, " "My Guy, " "Let's Get It On, " "Where Did Our Love Go, " "What's Going On, " "I Wish It Would Rain, " "Superstition" and "Cruisin'."5/
  • Mazuktilar says:
    Song information for Where Did Our Love Go - The Supremes on AllMusic. Song information for Where Did Our Love Go - The Supremes on AllMusic Various Artists. Oldies But Goodies, Vol. 8. Original Sound Entertainment Cruzin' to Motown. Thump Records:
  • Dojinn says:
    Cruizin' To Motown This is the first of two volumes in Thump Records' very popular Cruizin'' To Motown series. Volume 1, like its successor is chock-full of genuine Motown gems, every single one an all-time favorite of just about everybody. 14 great sounds and 1 great value.
  • Fem says:
    From the remarkable 'Where did our love go:The Rise and Fall of the Motown Sound' by Nelson George, one finds that Motown was an early adopted of 8 track recording, punch ins, and many other sophisticated techniques. Thus, all these tracks exist and are valid within the context of what was recorded. What was released was a different thing entirely/5(33).
  • Fenrikora says:
    Mar 26,  · Music That We Adore. Take a trip through the 60s, 70's and 80's Music, and relive all the songs and artists that marked an Era.
  • Felabar says:
    C2 – Ronny And The Daytonas* G.T.O. Music By, Lyrics By – John Wilkin* C3 – Terry Stafford: Suspicion Music By, Lyrics By – Doc Pomus, Mort Shuman: C4 – Chuck Berry: No Particular Place To Go Music By, Lyrics By – Chuck Berry: C5 – The Shangri-Las: Leader Of The Pack Music By, Lyrics By – Ellie Greenwich.

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