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Hometown band Bailiff ready to take on the world

Just as most forms of Rock and Roll can be traced back to the blues, music has always borrowed from and been influenced by what came before. 2,384 more words

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Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone – The Temptations - 1972

In 1972, one of pop’s most successful acts, The Temptations, hit #1 on the US singles chart for the fourth time with Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone. 575 more words

Seventies Music

Flashback: The Temptations Record "Papa Was A Rolling Stone" 42 Years Ago Today

It was 42 years ago today (October 14th, 1972) the Temptations released “Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone.” The song was written by Motown staff writers Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong – who were best known for writing the chart toppers “I Heard It Through The Grapevine” for Marvin Gaye and “War” for Edwin Starr. 343 more words

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Sliders with Onion Jam and Fried Bananas Foster

So, irrevocably or not, food trucks are a thing.  We know this mainly because there are roughly 800 top ten food truck shows on Netflix being narrated by a sweaty and slightly aroused John Goodman. 926 more words

Dinner

Do You Love Me

Você Sabia?…

Que quando o Chefe da gravadora Motown, Berry Gordy, anunciou aos integrantes do The Conturs que eles haviam sido escolhidos para gravar “Do You Love Me”, o grupo ficou tão feliz, que pulou sobre o chefe da gravadora para abraçá-lo? 145 more words

Curiosidades

Susanne DePasse Talks More About Motown 25 DVD Release

Sources: Detroit Free Press – By Brian McCollum | All Things Michael

It was the show that sent Michael Jackson into the stratosphere, burnished Diana Ross’ diva reputation and gave Marvin Gaye a final high-profile stage. 994 more words

Michael Jackson

Extraordinary PT. 2 (The Art Is Revolutionary)

As we proceed and continue!!  agreements concerning my freedom are not arbitrary.

True indeed!!  breakbeat scientific principles are maintained!!  this art is revolutionary.

These measures taken are extraordinary!! 232 more words

Breakbeat Science