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Aretha Franklin - Respect [1967]  I was pregnant with my first child when this was released.  Oh the memories....

Aretha Franklin - Respect [1967] I was pregnant with my first child when this was released. Oh the memories....

The A side (B/W The Rescue of Bonnie Prince Wally) of a 7-inch, 33-rpm record that was cut in December of 1978 and distributed in 1979? by the official Bee G...

The A side (B/W The Rescue of Bonnie Prince Wally) of a 7-inch, 33-rpm record that was cut in December of 1978 and distributed in 1979? by the official Bee G...

PHIL COLLINS / YOU CAN'T HURRY LOVE (1982) -- Check out the "I ♥♥♥ the 80s!! (part 2)" YouTube Playlist --> http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4BAE4D6DE43F0951 #80s #1980s

PHIL COLLINS / YOU CAN'T HURRY LOVE (1982) -- Check out the "I ♥♥♥ the 80s!! (part 2)" YouTube Playlist --> http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4BAE4D6DE43F0951 #80s #1980s

Sabes que será un buen día cuando llegas a la oficina, enciendes tu iMac y Spotify te lanza esta impresionante rola. #ILoveFolk #TBT #PlayingNow

Sabes que será un buen día cuando llegas a la oficina, enciendes tu iMac y Spotify te lanza esta impresionante rola. #ILoveFolk #TBT #PlayingNow

Soul Survivors - Expressway to Your Heart. Charlie Ingui re his band: "We played a show . . . in Philly with Sly and the Family Stone  .  . .   We did a Smokey Robinson and the Miracles tour with Flip Wilson. . . . In Los Angeles with the great Sam and Dave . . . [and] many shows with our Philadelphia friends . . . "Expressway" was initially a hit on so called "black radio" stations . . .  We were booked on many primarily black shows which sometimes made for some interesting situations."

Soul Survivors - Expressway to Your Heart. Charlie Ingui re his band: "We played a show . . . in Philly with Sly and the Family Stone . . . We did a Smokey Robinson and the Miracles tour with Flip Wilson. . . . In Los Angeles with the great Sam and Dave . . . [and] many shows with our Philadelphia friends . . . "Expressway" was initially a hit on so called "black radio" stations . . . We were booked on many primarily black shows which sometimes made for some interesting situations."

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