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Doodlin’ BABY WASHINGTON Video Steven Bogarat

Doodlin'   BABY WASHINGTON  Video Steven Bogarat



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Soul vocalist

Born on 13.11.1940 in Bamberg, South Carolina.
Raised in Harlem, New York. In 1956, she joined the vocal group The Hearts, then became a solo artist the following year.
She had 16 rhythm and blues chart entries in 15 years, most of them during the 1960s.
Most of her early work was released as singles.
Washington initially recorded on Donald Shaw’s Neptune Records (4).
She established herself as a soul singer with two hits in 1959: “The Time” (U.S. R&B Top 30) and “The Bells” (U.S. R&B Top 20).
She followed up with the hit “Nobody Cares” (U.S. R&B Top 20) in 1961.
She next signed with ABC Paramount, but her two releases for the label were not hits, although the self-written “Let Love Go By” later became a notable Northern Soul single.
Washington then moved to Juggy Murray Jones’s Sue Records Inc. in 1962, scoring her only entry on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Top 40 with 1963’s “That’s How Heartaches Are Made” (1963). Two years later, she hit again on the U.S. R&B Top 10 with “Only Those In Love”.
Among her other Sue Records Inc. recordings were “I Can’t Wait Until I See My Baby’s Face”, written by Jerry Ragovoy, and “Careless Hands”, penned by Billy Myles.
She revived her career in the early 1970s covering The Marvelettes’ “Forever”, (number 30 R&B) as a duet with Don Gardner.
Her solo release, “I’ve Got To Break Away”, made No.73 on the R&B charts, after which the advent of disco led to a decline in her popularity.
She has never experienced great crossover recognition, although Dusty Springfield cited Washington as her all-time favorite singer.
Washington is still active as a live performer, appearing several times a year on the East Coast.
She performed with the Enchanters at a Philadelphia-area show in March 2008, and in Baltimore in June 2008.
She was among the 2008 honorees in Community Works’ Ladies Singing the Blues music series.

Mary Wells – Me And My Baby – ATCO: 6436

Mary Wells - Me And My Baby - ATCO: 6436



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the big studio names of Chicago guide a Detroit tutored Soul Diva through two slick mid-tempo Northern Soul damncers. Motownesque production utilizing a full girl group chorus supporting Mary’s vocal, polished off with the compulsory Sax Break.
A Side
Title: Fancy Free
Produced By: Carl Davi
Arranged By: Sonny Sanders
Written By: Barrett Strong & Sonny Sanders
B Side
Title: Me And My Baby
Produced By: Carl Davi
Arranged By: Sonny Sanders
Written By: Barrett Strong & Sonny Sanders
Year: 1965
City: chicago, il
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We cover extensively Northern Soul 45s, 70’s & 80’s soul dance 45’s, Funk 45s, 12″ Disco” & 45s, Soul & Jazz Lp’s & CDs, SoulGroup Harmony 45’s, Tamla Motown 45’s, Southern & Deep Soul, 60’s R&B plus Ska & Reggae. We also carry collectable Rock vinyl of all genres. This is an ever-changing stock of rare and collectable vinyl with many additions added daily. From our 37 years experience, we produce world-renowned concise Price Guides for both USA release and UK release rare soul 45s. In artist & label order, fully listings A & B sides, Label and Label numbers, with accurate current values.

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Mary Wells – Me And My Baby – ATCO: 6436

Gene Kelly – My Baby Just Cares for Me (VintageMusic.es)

Gene Kelly - My Baby Just Cares for Me (VintageMusic.es)



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Disco que recoge las mejores voces masculinas del Jazz. Earl Grant con su “Fever”, la voz de Fran Sinatra, u otros como Nat King Cole, Louis Armstrong o Gene Kelly forman esta recopilación única.

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Sweet Baby – Origo feat. Cody Butler [Folk Music]

Sweet Baby - Origo feat. Cody Butler [Folk Music]



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Charts – Fell In Love With You Baby – WAND: WND 1112

Charts - Fell In Love With You Baby - WAND: WND 1112



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1966 original FIRST PRESS of this Twisted Wheel classic spin..With another version og the Linda Elliott NS classic ion the flipside.
A Side
Title: Desiree
Produced By: Bob Schwaid
Arranged By: Tommy Kaye
Written By: James Kreigsmann
B Side
Title: Fell In Love With You Baby
Produced By: Bob Schwaid
Arranged By: Tommy Kaye
Written By: Tommy Kaye & Foy
Year: 1966
City: new york, n.y.
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Toys – You Got It Baby – MUSICOR: MU 1300

Toys - You Got It Baby - MUSICOR: MU 1300



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VERY RARE 1968 Black stock copy, that will alert those NS scholars who chase those gorgeous Black Stock Copies..
A Side
Title: You Got It Baby
Produced By: Stanley Kahan
Arranged By: Leroy Glover
Written By: J. Rome
B Side
Title: You’ve Got To Give Her Love
Produced By: Stanley Kahan
Arranged By: Leroy Glover
Written By: Jimmy Briggs
Year: 1968
City: new york, n.y.
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Harry Reser and His Orchestra — Yes, Sir, That’s My Baby (Charleston) (VintageMusic.es)

Harry Reser and His Orchestra -- Yes, Sir, That's My Baby (Charleston) (VintageMusic.es)



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Harry F. Reser (January 17, 1896 — September 27, 1965) was an American banjo player and bandleader. Born in Piqua, Ohio, Reser was best known as the leader of The Clicquot Club Eskimos. He was regarded by some as the best banjoist of the 1920s.
t was during this time that he was seeing the banjo make its presence felt more strongly with dance bands and therefore felt he should learn how to play it as quickly as possible. He practiced diligently until he was able to play the instrument to a high enough standard to supplement his piano playing with it, there by increasing his chances of earning a reasonable living. In the summer of 1920 he played in a Dayton dance band under the leadership of Paul Goss. By this time he was playing the banjo more regularly. He soon relocated to Buffalo, New York to appear at the Hippodrome, playing primarily violin, though continuing to work on his banjo technique as well.
Just after Christmas of 1920 he relocated again, this time to New York City. He sought out engagements and soon found himself in demand. Some of the early bands he was involved with included those of Ben Selvin, Bennie Krueger, Sam Lanin, Nathan Glantz, Mike Markel (for whom he played Saxophone) and many others. Though there is no supporting evidence, Reser’s first broadcast is said to have been from the Statue of Liberty, Bedloe’s Island, on a US Army transmitter in 1921. By 1922, he had recorded a half dozen pieces, including Crazy Jo’ (January) and Zez Confrey’s Kitten On the Keys (April). In early autumn of the same year, he considered starting his own band to record under. Soon a contract was drawn up with Okeh and his first band came into being during September/October of 1922, the Okeh Syncopators. Shortly after the start of this new endeavor he was approached by Paul Whiteman to sit in for Whiteman’s regular banjoist, Mike Pingitore, during a UK tour of the Paul Whiteman Orchestra.
Reser had three original compositions written for tenor banjo; The Cat and the Dog, Cracker Jack, and Lolly Pops.
In 1925, he found fame as the director for NBC’s Clicquot Club Eskimo Orchestra, continuing with that weekly half-hour until 1935. At the same time, he also led other bands using pseudonyms. “Harry Reser and His Six Jumping Jacks,” with vocals by Tom Stacks, were the zany forerunners to comedy bands like Spike Jones and His City Slickers.
Reser and his band introduced on record, the standard “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town” in 1934.
Harry Reser played “Tiger Rag” and “You Hit the Spot” in the Vitaphone musical short Harry Reser and His Eskimos (1936).
Reser remained active in music for the rest of his life, leading TV studio orchestras and playing with Broadway theatre orchestras. In 1960 he appeared with Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee and Buster Keaton in “A 70th Birthday Salute to Paul Whiteman” on TV’s The Revlon Revue. He wrote several instructional books for the banjo, guitar, and ukulele.
In 1965 Reser died of a heart attack in the orchestra pit of the Broadway stage version of Fiddler on the Roof just prior to a performance. He was inducted into the National Four-String Banjo Hall of Fame, a museum in Oklahoma, in 1999.

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Young Thug – Chanel (Go Get it) (ft. Gunna & Lil Baby) [Official Visualizer]

Young Thug - Chanel (Go Get it) (ft. Gunna & Lil Baby) [Official Visualizer]



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Young Thug, Gunna, & Lil Baby – Chanel (Go Get it)
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IInspirations – What Am I Gonna Do With You Hey Baby – BLACK PEARL: 711

IInspirations - What Am I Gonna Do With You Hey Baby - BLACK PEARL: 711



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this is the very FIRST PRESS # 711. New Jersey production that got offered & accepted as JOBETTE MUSIC – Motown but never used. Killer Motownesque Northern Soul that has stood the test of time after 4 decades of Northern Soul exposure it still sounds fresh.
A Side
Title: Touch Me, Hold Me, Kiss Me
Produced By: Wyld & Polhemus
Arranged By: Wyld & Polhemus
Written By: Gene Redd, Rosemarie McCoy & J. Crosby
B Side
Title: What Am I Gonna Do With You Ba
Produced By: Wyld & Polhemus
Arranged By: Wyld & Polhemus
Written By: Russ Teittleman & Jerry Goffin
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NORTHERN SOUL – EDWARD HAMILTON – BABY DON’T YOU WEEP

NORTHERN SOUL - EDWARD HAMILTON - BABY DON'T YOU WEEP



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“A top-notch discovery and perfect for the scene” Donald Moore, soul fan Michigan, USA
Hamilton was born in Birmingham, Alabama and moved to East Detroit as a young child. There he later formed the Arabians (including members Clarence McClean, George Goodman, Charles Laird and Robert Tutt). Record label owner and singer, Johnnie “Mae” Matthews gave them their first release “The Shack” on her Northern Label in 1960. Their next stop was the Lanrod label and their first encounter with the influential James Hendrix who issued “My One Possession” on Carrie records. Two tracks recorded for Hendrix were released to James Kemper’s New York Label, Le Mans, and although “(Please) Take a Chance on Me” didn’t hit at the time, it became a huge collector’s item ten years on. After a brief spell with a new Falcons line-up, Hamilton returned to Hendrix, who was then working with Lou Beatty, and was put under Melvin Davis’s wing, recording “Call Me” for Carrie records. The track had sufficient potential to go to New York again, this time on the Jameco record label. In 1967 Hamilton reunited with the Arabians and signed for Beatty’s Mary Jane label, with Coleman instead of Tutt. The label brought a clutch of excellent sides, all now revered on the Northern Soul and Detroit collectors scenes. Following the closure of La Beat records and subsequently Mary Jane, Hamilton left the music scene to work in the car plants.
Adapted from Keith Rylatt “Groovesville USA – The Detroit Soul and R&B Index”
BDYW writers
“Sadly, Fred (Bridge) and Richard (Knight) would also have to deal with clerical error at La Beat. “We wrote a song called ‘I’m Coming Home’ for Edward Hamilton & the Arabians. They made a mistake and called it “Baby Don’t You Weep’.”
This is was a number of songs which Fred lists as missing from the BMI database. It would be sad to think that they had missed out on royalties for this classic song. SoulfulDetroit
The Arabians
Jam 3738 – The Shack / Heaven Sent You
Northern 3738 – The Shack / Heaven Sent You
Twin Star 1018 – The Shack / Heaven Sent You

Edward Hamilton
Carrie 1516 – My One Possession / Somebody Tell Me
Carrie 6502 – I’m Gonna Love You / Call Me (Orange Label)
Carrie 009 – Call Me / I’m Gonna Love You (Green Label)

The Arabians
Staff 1808 – Today I Kissed My New Love / Let Me Try
Carrie 0039 – I Love You So / Now You Have To Cry Alone

Edward Hamilton & The Fifes
Jameco 2008 – I’m Gonna Love You / Call Me

The Arabians
Lanrod 1605 – I Love You So / Now You Have To Cry Alone
Lanrod 1605 – Temptation Of Love / Now You Have To Cry Alone
Lanrod 1606 – You Upset Me Baby / (Please) Take A Chance On Me
Le Mans 004 – Please Take A Chance On Me / You Upset Me Baby

Edward Hamilton & The Arabians
Mary Jane 1003 – My Darlin’ Baby / Tell Me
Mary Jane 1003 – Tell Me / For Me Only
Mary Jane 1005 – Baby Don’t You Weep / Tell Me

The Arabians
Mary Jane 1006 – School Is Cool / Tell Me

Edward Hamilton & The Arabians
Mary Jane 1007 – Thank You Mother / Thank You Mother (Inst)
Mary Jane 1008 – I’m Gonna Love You / Tell Me
Mary Jane 1009 – Yes I Can / My Darlin’ Baby
Mary Jane 1010 – My Darlin’ Baby / Willing Mind
Mary Jane 6707 – Just Let Me Know / I’n Gonna Love You
Courtesy of Dave Rimmer – Soulful Kinda Music

UK Grapevine Records Release GRP 134 (1980)
Grapevine label owner John Anderson struck a licensing deal with Lou Beatty, owner of the La Beat, Mary Jane and Carrie labels. Several of Lou’s productions appeared on Grapevine records. BDYW had been bootlegged a year earlier, Grapevine made the decision to place the uptempo dancer “I’m Gonna Love You” on the B-side. “I’m Gonna Love You” had earlier been listed as Eddie Holman’s ‘Eddie’s My Name’, which surfaced instead on Grapevine’s third album, “This Is Northern Soul’ – the last and rarest of the three Grapevine albums, this had suffered from distribution problems.
“Lou Beatty owned a construction company and liquor store in Detroit. I offered him, say, a thousand dollars for the label and got all the records and tapes — lock, stock and barrel. It was nothing to him anymore. Edward Hamilton made records throughout the 60’s and had a local following in Detroit.” John Anderson (Sowl Bowl Records)
Adapted from Planet Records
Some othe original Mary Jane P 1005 A have a label variation with the “Mike Terry” crediting omitted.
The look-alike US bootleg record is plain black and white. The original records have white and red square designs with blue lettering.

Steve Tyrell: Be My Baby

Steve Tyrell: Be My Baby



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GRAMMY WINNING VOCALIST STEVE TYRELL INVITES HIS LEGENDARY SONGWRITER AND ARTIST FRIENDS TO A HEARTFELT CELEBRATION OF ‘THAT LOVIN’ FEELING’

The Renowned Singer’s Ode To What He Calls “The Great American Songbook 2” Features Classics By Carole King, Leiber and Stoller, Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil, Burt Bacharach and Jeff Barry/Ellie Greenwich – And Guest Appearances By Dave Koz, Neil Sedaka, B.J. Thomas, Bill Medley, Chuck Leavell and Judith Hill

Ever since his glorious surprise version of “The Way You Look Tonight” in the 1991 film “Father of The Bride” paved the way for his extraordinary second career as a GRAMMY Award winning vocalist/producer, Steve Tyrell has been setting A New Standard (the title of his 1999 debut album) for interpreting the Great American Songbook – most notably on Songs of Sinatra (which reached #5 on the Billboard Jazz Albums chart) and his most recent Concord Records release, It’s Magic: The Songs of Sammy Cahn (#2). On his 11th album, That Lovin’ Feeling, he celebrates what he calls “the Great American Songbook 2; the next generation of the Songbook,” recording seminal rock era classics penned by legendary songwriters (many renowned for hits penned at New York’s famed Brill Building) who are also cherished longtime friends.

While sharing the enduring magic of timeless songs by the songwriting teams of Carole King and Gerry Goffin, Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil and Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich as well as Burt Bacharach, Neil Sedaka, Toni Wine and Carole Bayer Sager, That Lovin’ Feeling sets itself apart from most tribute recordings with spirited guest vocal appearances by Mann, B.J. Thomas, Neil Sedaka and Bill Medley in addition to renowned backup singer Judith Hill (featured in the Oscar winning documentary “20 Feet From Stardom”) and Tyrell’s daughter Lauryn Tyrell. The set also includes key instrumental contributions by Stoller, keyboardist Chuck Leavell, saxophonist Dave Koz and even playful hand claps by Jeff Barry.

Shirley Temple – Baby Take A Bow (From – Stand Up And Cheer) (VintageMusic.es)

Shirley Temple - Baby Take A Bow (From - Stand Up And Cheer) (VintageMusic.es)



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Shirley Jane Temple fue la singular niña prodigio que cantaba y bailaba tap a su manera en los escenarios, y pronto conquistó los corazones de América a través de la pantalla gigante en los años 30. Nació el 23 de abril de 1928, en Santa Mónica, California (Estados Unidos). Debutó en “Stand up and cheer” (1934), musical protagonizado por Warner Baxter y Madge Evans, y ganó tal popularidad que llegó a convertirse en superstar.

Luego protagonizó “Ahora y siempre” durante ese mismo año con Gary Cooper y fue tan grande su éxito que se puso en marcha el comercio de juguetes e imágenes con su imagen. Consiguió un Oscar en 1934. Al año siguiente continuó con haciendo películas como “La pequeña coronela”, “La pequeña rebelde”, “Heidi”, “La pobre niña rica”, “La mascota del regimiento”, “La pequeña princesa” y “El mago de Oz”. La niña creció y surgió la “Shirley adolescente” que no le trajo tanto fama en su carrera actoral, quedando relegada a papeles secundarios en “Te volveré a ver” (1944), “Desde que te fuiste” (1944), “El solterón y la menor” (1947) y “Fort Apache”, con Henry Fonda y John Ford. Shirley se casó en 1945 con John Agar, a quien conoció en el film Fort Apache.

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