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Motown Soundtrack DJ copy " Movie Loving couples"

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Records506 of 1140Robbie Robber & The Hi-Jackers ?– The TwistDARL Records
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Loving Couples, a weak PG movie about spouse swapping featuring Susan Sarandon, Shirley Maclaine, and James Coburn vanished without fare. The soundtrack features songs by Syreeta, Billy Preston, Jermaine Jackson, and the Temptations faded even faster. Motown's promotional efforts were minimal at best. The only single release deserved a better fate "Take Me Away" by Temptations featured Glenn Leonards' exciting, shimmering falsetto on a beautiful, lilting ballad. Jermaine Jackson's instrumental "Bass Odyssey" appeared on his debut LP; it's O.K. but fails to live up to its grandiose title. Billy Preston & Syreeta's "With You I'm Born Again," not featured here, had scored heavily so Motown featured both artists on solo sides. Billy Preston's "I'll Make It With Your Love," and Syreeta does two: an uptempo "Turn Up the Music," and the romantic "And So It Begins."

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  1. Manikin Manikin, 2 years ago
    Thank you Musik,pack and Sean !
  2. mikielikesigns2 mikielikesigns2, 2 years ago
    OH COME ON NOW MANI!!! Im tring to push the "love" button, but my finger is pissed off at me. Do you know what it just said to me? And i quote, "you used to LOVE Motown! remember, all those KILLER songs that you used to NOT BE ABLE TO DANCE TO? Remember how you would TRY to dance to that rhythem & harmony, AND FAILED, but still loved it" while it was distracted, i pushed the button.
  3. bratjdd bratjdd, 2 years ago
    LOVE IT!!!!

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