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9 thoughts on “ Stubborn Kind Of Fellow - Various - Super 60s Soul (CD)

  1. Medley: Stubborn Kind Of Fellow: 7: I Can’t Stop Loving You: 8: I Wake Up Crying: 9: Beg Me: I Will Never Turn My Back On You: I Don’t Want To Cry: Chuck’s Soul Brother’s Twist: Hound Dog: Heartbreak Hotel: Don’t Be Cruel (To A Heart That’s True) Jailhouse Rock: Teddy Bear: Love Me.
  2. Nov 28,  · LP " STUBBORN BKIND OF FELLOW" TAMLA RECORDS tafipertatonuscelarmaripatur.coinfo credits: Lead vocals by Marvin Gaye Background vocals by Martha and the Vandellas, The Rayber Voices, The Love Tones, The.
  3. Various ‎– Super 60s Soul Label: Not Now Music ‎– NOT3CD Stubborn Kind Of Fellow: 3 discs of super soul from the golden 60s era featuring the very best artists the genre has to offer, from Stevie Wonder to The Miracles to The Supremes. Delve deep into the biggest hits and lesser known singles of a genre that continues to 5/5(2).
  4. Super 60s Soul: 75 Original Soul Classics (3-CD) by Various Artists - CD () for $ from tafipertatonuscelarmaripatur.coinfo Pop / Rock Bargain Audio CDs & Priceless Collection Series - Price: $
  5. Vintage Gaye and Motown, following all the formulas that made the label the '60s' finest record company. The title track was an instant classic, among his finest '60s uptempo tunes. The other cuts are just as fantastic, and any doubts anyone might have had about Gaye were immediately and forever quashed with this album.
  6. Various Artists / Vintage Soul 1 / Various / CD / Soul/R & B / The great early stuff from the '50s and '60s, including Stubborn Kind of Fellow Marvin Gaye; I Only Have Eyes for You Flamingos; Lonely Avenue Ray Charles; How Sweet It Is (to Be Loved by You) Jr.
  7. Jan 16,  · Discogs: CD, The Best Hits Super 60's. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。.
  8. Early genius from Marvin Gaye – a set that's one of his first biggest hit-making albums for Motown, and for good reason too! Gaye's really come a long way here in just a few short years – hitting hard on the album's title hit, with that trademark rasp that would only get stronger and more charming by the end of the 60s. The backings pack a punch too – pure Motown 60s soul all.
  9. The title track was an instant classic hit, among his finest ’60s up-tempo tunes. The album became very popular in the UK Northern Soul and the UK Mod scene of that same time period. Some of the songs would be covered by so-called ‘British R&B’ and ‘Beat Groups’ such as The Rolling Stones and The Who.

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