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Track of the Week : Tammi Terrell - All I Do Is Think About You

Forgive me for being a little self-indulgent this week, but I mentioned in my blog on dancing yesterday, that the first dance at my wedding was to a pretty wonderful song, and as my wedding anniversary was last week, I thought I’d write a little about it. 140 more words

Tracks Of The Week

Guardians of the Galaxy; the 70s soundtrack of the future

My wife is away for the weekend, so I am spending my time checking off a few films from my “to see” list. Yesterday, I finally got around to watching… 300 more words


'Castle's Tamala Jones Producing Tammi Terrell Biopic

EXCLUSIVE: Tamala Jones, a regular on ABC’s Castle since its 2009 bow, is set to produce a biopic of iconic Motown singer Tammi Terrell. The pic chronicles the wunderkind songstress who teamed with Marvin Gaye on a string on soulful hits in the 1960s before dying from a brain tumor at age 24. 205 more words

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In An Alternate Universe: Potential Hit Singles From Hitsville U.S.A. from 1965 (Ladies Edition)

If you know your Motown as I know The Sound Of Young America, You’ll know, beyond the bevy of hit records, at the peak of the label the studios cranked out potential hits 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 1,950 more words

Motown Unreleased

Take Me Back to 1960

The quality of love songs these days… Pathetic.

The real mojo is found a few years back. 

If I could build my whole world around you, darlin’ 331 more words


Popcorn Double Feature - Sun Kil Moon / Tammi Terrell

Hello listener, or should that be viewer? Oh sod it.  Dear reader,

Kicker of Elves being in the grip of a romantic 2 week break with Mrs O’Elves in a Caribbean Paradise, it’s Rebel Rikkit here with the nation’s favourite weekly musical brain teaser that is Popcorn! 82 more words


Maggie's Pick 8.30.2015: Symphonic Sunday: "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" by Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell

Switching things up a little bit.

Also RIP Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell. I don’t make a note of all of the deceased artists’ recordings I Pick (plus I’m not sure how often it happens), but both Tammi’s and Marvin’s were particularly tragic and far too soon.