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  • Published: Los Angeles, Calif. : Motown, p1992.
  • Year Published: 1992
  • Description: 4 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. +
  • Language: English
  • Format: CD

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  • 00737463631228

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Hitsville USA : the Motown singles collection 1959-1971.

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Call number: CD R&B Hitsville 1992 Oversize

Available Copies: Malletts Adult

Additional Details

Compact disc.

Compilation produced by Cary E. Mansfield and Patti Drosins ; executive producers, Harry Anger and Oscar Fields ; digitally remastered by Bill Inglot and Dan Hersch at DigiPrep, Los Angeles.

All songs were previously released on the Motown, Tamla, Gordy, Soul, Rare Earth, V.I.P. and Anna labels.

Program notes, essays, and discography in book.

disc one: Money (that's what I want) -- Shop around -- Please Mr. Postman -- Jamie -- The one who really loves you -- Do you love me -- Beechwood 4-5789 -- You beat me to the punch -- Stubborn kind of fellow -- Two lovers -- You've really got a hold on me -- Come and get these memories -- Pride and joy -- Fingertips, part 2 -- (Love is like a) Heat wave -- Mickey's monkey -- Leaving here -- The way you do the things you do -- My guy -- Devil with the blue dress -- Every little bit hurts -- Baby I need your loving -- Dancing in the street -- My smile is just a frown (turned upside down) -- Needle in a haystack -- Baby love -- Come see about me -- How sweet it is (to be loved by you);

disc two: My girl -- He was really sayin' somethin' -- Ask the lonely -- Shotgun -- Nowhere to run -- When I'm gone -- OOO baby baby -- I can't help myself (Sugar pie honey bunch) -- First I look at the purse -- The tracks of my tears -- It's the same old song -- Love (makes me do foolish things) -- Take me in your arms (rock me a little while) -- Uptight (everything's alright) -- Don't mess with Bill -- Darling baby -- This old heart of mine (is weak for you) -- Greetings (this is Uncle Sam) -- Function at the junction -- (I'm a) Roadrunner -- Ain't too proud to beg -- What becomes of the brokenhearted -- How sweet it is (to be loved by you) -- Love's gone bad -- You can't hurry love -- Beauty is only skin deep -- Heaven must have sent you;

disc three: Reach out I'll be there -- (I know) I'm losing you -- Standing inthe shadows of love -- It takes two -- The hunter gets captured by the game -- Jimmy Mack -- Bernadette -- Ain't no mountain high enough -- More love -- I heard it through the grapevine -- I second that emotion -- I wish it would rain -- I can't give back the love I feel for you -- Does your mama know about me -- Ain't nothing like the real thing -- Love child -- For once in my life -- Cloud nine -- I heard it through the grapevine -- Baby, baby don't cry -- Twenty-five miles -- My whole world ended (the moment you left me) -- What does it take (to win your love) -- I can't get next to you -- Baby I'm for real -- Up the ladder to the roof;

disc four: I want you back -- The bells -- Get ready -- ABC -- Ball of confusion (that's what the world is today) -- The love you save -- Signed, sealed, delivered I'm yours -- War -- It's a shame -- Ain't no mountain high enough -- Still water (Love) -- I'll be there -- The tears of a clown -- Stoned love -- If I were your woman -- Just my imagination (running away with me) -- What's going on -- Never can say goodbye -- Nathan Jones -- I don't want to do wrong -- Smiling faces sometimes -- Mercy mercy me (the ecology) -- I just want to celebrate.

Various artists.

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So Much Tambourine

Basically any Motown's fan CD listening should start here. It is by no means a complete collection, but it does have a lot of highlights over four CDs. To be honest, I tried listening straight through and found that to be an arduous task... but Motown was a singles label, and listening to the individual gems is good enough for me. Toward the end of the set we get some of the "L.A." Motown sinking in, but the rest makes up for that.

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