Satisfaction Guaranteed ~ Motown Guys 1961-69
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Audio CD, 27 Oct 2014
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Following the warm reception given to Kent's Finders Keepers: Motown Girls 1961-1967 collection, and in the spirit of equal opportunity, they felt it only right to ask Motown for permission to raid their master tape vault for tracks for a companion all-male set. The resulting Satisfaction Guaranteed! Motown Guys 1961-1969 includes some of the company's biggest stars the Miracles, Four Tops, Temptations and Marvin Gaye alongside talent such as Jr Walker, the Spinners, Edwin Starr, Jimmy Ruffin, Marv Johnson, Shorty Long and Bobby Taylor; and a couple of acts who have never had any of their Motown recordings issued before Johnny Bristol and the Quails. In all, 24 tracks by 24 artists. The Marvin Gaye, Temptations, Four Tops and Freddie Gorman titles were first released as downloads in 2013 but have never appeared on CD before (or on vinyl, for that matter). The remaining tracks are previously unissued in any format. In other words, something for the Motown collector who has everything. Compilation and notes by Keith Hughes.
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Personal stand out tracks:
T2. Safety Zone - Marv Johnson (finished version of Sidney Barnes' masterpiece)
T4. Show Me You Can Dance - The Hit Pack (great version of the previously unissued Smokey & The Miracles)
T10. Just Your Love - Ivy Jo (Also left in the can by Marvin Gaye, this will have grown men in tears)
T21. Say, Say, Baby - The Serenaders (S. Barnes / G.Kerr written produced and group members, with the Rare Soul legend Timothy Wilson on Lead Vocals. Uptempo pounding beat Motown late 1963 style. For years this was wrongly filed as being The Creations (who had 1 45 on the Motown Subsidiary Mel-O-Dy label). Sidney cleared things up that it was Tim on lead vocals.)