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'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.


Two can have a party!

Taking you back to 1967 with this underrated gem from their first joint album titled United released on August 29 of the same year. I feel like… 94 more words


This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak for You) - Tammi Terrell

Chart Position: NR

  • Written by Eddie and Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier and Sylvia Moy
  • Originally recorded by Isley Brothers (1966)
  • Recorded in Detroit MI
  • Also recorded by Supremes (1966), Delroy Wilson (1967), Heron (1971), Donnie Elbert (1972), Rod Stewart (1975), Top of the Pops (1975), Flame (1976), Shalamar (1977), Wild Cherry (1978), Ian Johnston (1979), Mizz (1980), Zombies (1985), Gee Morris (1988), Rod Stewart w/Ronald Isley (1989), Contours (1990), John Holt (1990), Richard Samuels (1993), Vonda Shepard (1999), Fast Cars (2001), Lamont Dozier (2002), Temptations (2006), Barb Jungr (2010), A Loss for Words (2010), Richard McGraw (2012), Chris Thompson (2012), Big Fat Snake (2013) and Boyzone (2014)
1969 January Singles