Mustang Sally - Wilson Pickett. What's Going On - Marvin Gaye. Eighteen - Alice Cooper. Keep Searchin' - Del Shannon. Money - Barrett Strong. Higher And Higher - Jackie Wilson. My Guy - Mary Wells. School's Out - Alice Cooper. Let's Stay Together - Al Green. Mystery Man - The Frost. Shotgun - Jr. Superstition - Stevie Wonder. Please Mr. Chain Of Fools - Aretha Franklin.
Lonely Teardrops - Jackie Wilson. Baby Love - The Supremes. Get Ready - Rare Earth. Sock It To Me-Baby! Misery - The Dynamics. Cat Scratch Fever - Ted Nugent. Baby I'm Yours - Barbara Lewis. Heavy Music Pt.
Village Of Love - Nathaniel Mayer. Be My Lover - Alice Cooper. Higher Ground - Stevie Wonder. Bad Time - Grand Funk. No More Mr. Fingertips Pt. Shannon, M. Inducted in The distinctive solo on "Runaway" is played on a musitron, an electronic keyboard invented by Max Crook. Shannon released a "live" version of "Runaway" in but it was only a minor hit.
I n , Del re-recorded "Runaway" with new lyrics for use as the theme for the television drama Crime Story.
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Shannon's original recording of "Runaway" was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in Freedman, J. Franklin's version, however, became one of the greatest soul recordings of all time. Her powerful, gospel-trained voice turned "Respect" into both a feminist call to action and an appeal for civil rights. Aretha's version of "Respect" was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in Martinez -? Drummer Eddie Serrato suggested the title "69 Tears"; but the band wisely decided to reverse the numbers to avoid the sexual connotation and increase the chances of radio airplay.
Originally released on the small Pa-Go-Go label, it was picked up for national distribution by Cameo Records. Driven by the instantly identifiable organ riffs of Frankie Rodriguez and? Watch a new MRRL slide show video featuring rare photos of?
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And The Mysterians' along with the original recording of "96 Tears"at. Berry Gordy Jr. Wilson's cousin, Hubert Johnson, was a member of the group and Gordy changed his mind about the Contours as a result of the call. Robinson, R.
The first three hits that Smokey Robinson wrote for the Temptations featured Eddie Kendricks as the lead singer. The song came together when the Miracles and Temptations were on the same week-long bill at the Apollo in New York City. Watch the classic Temptations line-up perform "My Girl" during the 60's at www. Seger's most famous composition was about the freedom and looseness we feel when we're young, and how it can be lost as we grow older. After eleven years of being a popular regional act, "Night Moves" provided Seger with his first national Top Ten hit.
Whitfield, B. Despite having that hit, Whitfield kept bugging Berry Gordy to release Marvin's version, and he finally did in the fall of Cleveland, R. Benson, M. The title song from Marvin Gaye's greatest album was written from the point of view of his brother Frankie, a Vietnam veteran sickened by an unjust war and returning to the confusion of American life in the late 60's.
Because it was so unlike Gaye's previous hits, Berry Gordy was at first reluctant to release it. Farmer, T. Led by the howling guitar of Ted Nugent, the Amboy Dukes set the bar for high-energy Michigan rock and roll. But the two co-writers of the song, Ted Nugent and Steve Farmer, couldn't have been more different. He described Farmer, the other main creative force in the Amboy Dukes, as a brilliant thinker who was often "so high and so irresponsible you couldn't get from point A to point B with him.
This creative odd couple kept it together for three albums and a handful of singles before the original Amboy Dukes disintegrated. Tyner, W. Kramer, F. Smith, M. Davis, D. The censorship issues and radical politics swirling around the MC5 unfortunately obscured the fact that they were a great band, and "Kick Out The Jams" would be their only charting record. Cooper, M. Bruce, G. Buxton, D. Dunaway, N. Dismissed as "the worst band in L. The hit single "Eighteen" addressed the awkwardness and uncertainty of teenagers moving into adulthood, and it was the band's first collaboration with Ezrin.
The band formed in the city of Grand Ledge, Michigan, located west of Lansing. The owner of the club financed their single, which was recorded at the Great Lakes Recording Studio a.
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By the time of the recording, the band had added keyboardist Jeff Keast to the line-up. Over the years, however, the far superior "Little Boy Blue" has grown in stature as one of Michigan's undiscovered garage rock classics. Robinson, W. Moore, M. Smokey Robinson and Pete Smith co-wrote the song with Tarplin, and it is a perfect match for Smokey's impassioned vocal and the Miracles' smooth backing.
Incredibly, Rivers' cover version in charted higher on the Hot than the Miracles' original.
Gaye, M. Stevenson, I. Stevenson, who discovered Martha Reeves for Motown, first offered the song to Kim Weston, who turned it down. Released in the summer of , it spent two weeks at 2 on the Hot and a total of fourteen weeks on the chart. Like almost all of his biggest hits, the song is an Del Shannon original.
Shannon, who was an inspiration to many of the British Invasion bands, used the same basic formula that he first employed on "Runaway" in - building tension and darkness by using minor chords before the song explodes into a major chord crescendo. Del would go on to chart only four more songs before his untimely death in The original group was formed in Dearborn, Michigan. The story of how they got to make that recording is unusual. The first prize was advertised to be a recording contract. Although that never materialized, the band did get plane tickets to Los Angeles.
Originally released as the b-side to "Hey Girl", it was "Who Do You Love" that became the big hit in Detroit and later spread across the nation. The new version of the song was recorded at United Western Studio 3, the same studio where the Beach Boys, Frank Sinatra, and the Mamas and the Papas produced some of their biggest hits.
Grand Funk's first 1 single in the summer of marked the emergence of drummer Don Brewer as a lead singer and a songwriter for the group. The song was a chronicle of a rock band on the road, and it was based on Grand Funk's own experiences. They did play poker with blues guitarist Freddie King, there were four young 'chichitas' in Omaha who did take care of them while they were in the city, and apparently "sweet, sweet Connie", the groupie with legendary oral skills, demonstrated her talents on the band members.