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Earl van Dyke and The Soul Brothers - That Motown Sound download mp3 album
Performer:
Earl van Dyke and The Soul Brothers
Album:
That Motown Sound
Style:
Disco
Released:
1965
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1422 mb
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1118 mb
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1838 mb
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That Motown Sound, 1965. That Motown Sound, 1965. Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers. Nowhere To Run, 03:00. Now playing: DNCE Cake By The Ocean. Bon Jovi It's My Life.

feat: Earl Van Dyke & the Soul Brothers. 2. Come See About Me. Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, Eddie Holland. feat: Earl Van Dyke & the Soul Brothers. 3. You're a Wonderful One. 4. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You). Smokey Robinson, Ronald White. feat: Earl Van Dyke & the Soul Brothers

1959-1962 Joe Hunter, Richard "Popcorn" Wylie, Earl Van Dyke (joining in 1962)- keyboards Robert White, Eddie Willis, Joe Messina, Marv Tarplin- guitars James Jamerson, Clarence Isabell, Joe Williams- bass Benny Benjamin, Richard "Pistol" Allen- drums Jack Ashford, James Gittens- vibes Herbie Williams, John "Little John" Wilson, Marcus Belgrave, Russell Conway, Johnny Trudell- trumpets Bob Cousar, George Bohanon, Paul Riser- trombones Hank Cosby . Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers - That Motown Sound (Album).

Earl Van Dyke (July 8, 1930, – September 18, 1992) was an African American soul musician, most notable as the main keyboardist for Motown Records' in-house Funk Brothers band during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Van Dyke, who was born in Detroit, Michigan, United States, was preceded as keyboard. ore . Year: 1965. Missing lyrics by Earl Van Dyke? Know any other songs by Earl Van Dyke?

Come See About Me - Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers. You're A Wonderful One - Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) - Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers. 5. My Girl - Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers. 6. All For You - Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers. 7. Too Many Fish In The Sea - Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers. 8. Try It Baby - Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers. 9. The Way You Do The Things You Do - Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers. There Is) No Greater Love - Single Version - Earl Van Dyke and The Motown Brass.

Motown historians have noted that the Funk Brothers-some of whom had begun their careers as jazzmen and missed that kind of informality-itched to be able to record on their own, but Gordy limited them formally to cutting sides under the name Earl Van Dyke and the Soul Brothers-and mostly limited them to recording new versions (with the familiar arrangements, however). of the Motown repertoire, with Van Dyke, the featured musician, playing electric organ. Some of the Funk Brothers' recordings in that vein-"Soul Stomp," "Six by Six"-became favourites among Northern soul.