Music Monday – Retro Motown And Soul

This weeks Music Monday

A variety this week with a bit of retro thrown in

1. “Ready Or Not Here I Come (Can’t Hide From Love)” The Delfonics which charted in 1968 UK #41 and US #35 Singles Charts, & #14 in US R&B Charts. It was also covered by The Jackson Five, The Fugees also used it for their hit “Ready Or Not and Missy Elliot sampled it on her song “Ready Or Not”

2. “No Matter What Sign You Are” by Diana Ross & The Supremes from 1969 which reached #31 in UK and US #37 US R&B #27 Charts.

2. “You keep Me Hangin’ On” by The Supremes from 1966 which reached #8 in UK and US #1 R&B #1 Charts

[highlight]Ready Or Not Here I Come (Can’t Hide From Love by The Delfonics[/highlight]

[highlight]No Matter What Sign You Are by Diana Ross & The Supremes[/highlight]

[highlight]You Keep Me Hangin’ On by The Supremes[/highlight]

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  1. Ian@UnofficialChartBlog says:

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    You certainly do love your Motown don’t you? Happy Music Monday Steve, & I hope you had a fantabulosa birthday on Friday xxx

  2. Comedy Plus says:

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    You Keep Me Hanging On is one of my favorites. I played this poor record so many times I worn it out. Love it.

    Have a terrific Music Monday. 🙂

  3. Rhonda says:

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    I really like that first song, although for me the video didn’t play, just the audio. Many years ago I was visiting my cousin in LA and walking, whilst talking to her, not paying attention and I almost walked smack into Diana Ross. It’s not actually as random as it sounds we were at the hotel doing the academy awards (the day before) – not staying there, just for gawking

  4. Joyce says:

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    Keep me hanging on is an amazing song! Have I told you that I once didn’t see Diana Ross? I couldn’t figure out why everyone was staring at me when I walked through an airport. I later learned it was because Diana Ross was behind me. I never saw her . . . and I guess no one else did either because they were all staring at me. Tee hee.

  5. Sleepshort says:

    This looks like fun.
    My wife loves the supremes – chicken supreme, oyster supreme, red bean supreme,….etc….
    Thanks for a fun post.

  6. Hazel says:

    Nice selection. I like the tune and beat of Ready or Not… Diana Ross – love her too.

  7. Stacy Uncorked says:

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    Those are all great Motown picks! 🙂

  8. Danielle Royalegacy says:

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    Just loved reminiscing with the two Diana Ross & The Supremes hits. The other song, Ready or Not Here I Come, the title reminded me of something from a Saturday morning cartoon about counting by fives or something. Have a wonderful day!

  9. Lucy says:

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    As usual I enjoyed the Motown 🙂

  10. Marie Moody says:

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    Oh yeah! Take me back in time when party was the main word in our vocabulary! Now your first one is a new one for me. Never heard that one, but who hasn’t heard every single song of the Supremes! Take me back when rock & roll was tons of fun & we were singing on the corners with our friends! We so thought we were hot!!! LOL ROCK ON DUDE!

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    Great selections! The Delfonics song apparently inspired a lot of hip-hop/R&B artists; that’s wonderful!

  12. Mike Golch says:

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    cool tunes,thanks for sharing them it’been a wile since I that Delfonics one.

  13. Naila Moon says:

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    Love the Supremes. I used to listen to them over and over…you know when there were things called 8 track tapes. yeah.

    Thanks for coming by.
    ~Naila Moon

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    Diana Ross & the Supremes are perhaps my favorite Motown group. “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” is a great classic! Loved dancing down memory lane with you and loved having you on the dance floor at Monday’s Music Moves Me!

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    I feel like I should be doing #1.

    I love these hits! Thanks for sharing!

  16. Mystery Man says:

    classic Motown…awesome!

  17. Liz says:

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    Great selection Steve! Thank you for your wonderful comment in my blog.

    Happy MM!