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9 thoughts on “ Goddess Of Love - The Marvelettes - Playboy (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Despite being one of Motown's first big acts, the Marvelettes didn't record as many albums as the Temptations, Supremes, the Miracles, Stevie Wonder, or Martha & the Vandellas, but the girls from Inkster, MI did record some unforgettable sides and some good LPs. Playboy, titled after their big hit, was one of the good ones, yet Motown has never reissued it.
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  3. Buy The Marvelettes on vinyl & CD at Juno Records, the worlds largest dance music store. Playboy (limited gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code) Wax Time. Cat: Rel: 18 Nov 50s/60s. Someday, Someway Goddess Of Love You Should Know (I've Got To) Cry Over You Slow Twist (bonus track) Twistin' Postman (bonus track) e-mail me.
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  5. Playboy, an Album by The Marvelettes. Released in July on Tamla (catalog no. TM; Vinyl LP). Genres: Girl Group, Pop Soul. Featured peformers: Georgeanna Tillman (vocals), Juanita Cowart (vocals), Katherine Anderson (vocals), Wanda Young (vocals), Brian Holland (producer), William Stevenson (producer), Barni Wright (design).
  6. This is my favorite Marvelettes album. The album has the hit's "Playboy", "Beechwood " & the hit flip side "Someday, Someway" & "Forever". I love Glady's Horton raspy edgy sexy voice. "Mix It Up" is a good dance number in which the girls started naming dances that were popular at that time. "I'm Hooked" has a "Do You Love Me" dance beat/5(7).
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  8. Oh Goddess of love Keep back the day light And let this night (the Goddess of love) Last forever (last forever) Last forever (last forever) For a long time I watched you go by But I, I could do nothin' but sigh But now my life has took a wonderful change Because tonight you asked me to wear your ring The Goddess of love (Goddess of love).
  9. The Marvelettes Please Mr. Postman. Motown's first pop chart-topper was the work of five young ladies from suburban Inkster, Michigan who had never made a record prior to Please Mr. Postman. Even more remarkable: The Marvelettes came up with the eminently Twistable anthem themselves, although it underwent a lot of polishing by the Hitsville staff.

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