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Martha & The Vandellas - Honey Chile - [STEREO]

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Published on Jul 10, 2010

CKLW Radio Jingle Intro!! --- A 99.9% Perfect Recording.....Everything Is Just Right....The Orchestration, Production, Lyrics, The Hook & Vocals. A True Gem From The Goldmine Vaults At Motown. Released In The Winter Of 1967, "Honey Chile" Made It To #11 On The USA "Hot 100" From Detroit's Martha Reeves & The Vandellas!

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Lisa Kridner
CKLW; The Motor City!!!!  This is my radio station from my youth.  Thank you for sharing.  I just recently purchased the second CKLW compilation album from a thrift store.  I want to find the original gold album.
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Offthbadan
CKLW The Motor City! Haven't heard that since the 70's!!!
Jamie Warrior Warlord McCallum
awesome motown song, a timeless classic, always loved martha reeves and vandellas. motown is always special. and one magic time it was for music.
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MrEdwin57
I'm from Philly and l remember listening to my transistor radio at night. l was in the 8th grade in 68' It was faint but l could at times pick up that station CKLW the motor city and then it would fade out. I thought it was so cool to pick up a station that far !
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SINDY LOVE
STILL JUST AS GREAT TODAY AS IT WAS WAY BACK IN THE DAY OLD SCHOOL TO MY HEART
Yvonne Calhoun
I was in elementary school when this was released.  Loved it then and love it now.
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Rodney Wise
You don't hear about these girl groups from the 60's like Martha reeves anymore.
Gloyd Bethea
no one can replace the vandellas!!!!!!!!
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Mark Solomon
The girls just cook with gas..My favorite Motown cut
RaananVolesPianist
A great song. Even when this came out, when I was 14 or so, I interpreted this as Motown's attempt to compete with (or imitate) the more down-home, Southern-oriented soul sound--Otis, Carla Thomas, Aretha, Sam and Dave, Pickett, etc. It's sort of the same thing Dusty Springfield was doing with "Son of a Preacher Man."
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