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Ivy Jo* - I’d Still Love You (Vinyl)

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  1. Diesen Titel gibt es in den 2 folgenden Alben: The Complete Motown Singles Vol. 11A: Ivy Jo Hunter The Complete Motown Singles Vol. 11A: Ivy Jo Hunter.
  2. The two-CD, track size of this anthology might be taken to signify a definitive collection of sorts of Kim Weston's recordings for Motown. But while it's of considerable use to Motown collectors, it has to be approached with some caution by less completist-oriented listeners, and can't be .
  3. Ivy Jo: I'd Still Love You I Can Feel The Pain: May V.I.P. Hearts of Stone: If I Could Give You The World You Gotta Sacrifice (We Gotta Sacrifice) Jun V.I.P. The Elgins: Heaven Must Have Sent You Stay In My Lonely Arms: Sep V.I.P. The Elgins.
  4. George Ivy Hunter, Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A. From Detroit, George is also known as Ivy Joe Hunter. He is a former R&B songwriter, record producer and singer, who worked for the Motown label in the 's. He is not the same person as the Texas born, Ivory Jo Hunter.
  5. May 04,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of I’d Still Love You / I Can Feel The Pain on Discogs. Label: V.I.P. - V.I.P. • Format: Vinyl 7 Ivy Jo* - I’d Still Love You / I Can Feel The Pain (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(8).
  6. I'd Still Love You By Ivy Jo Hunter. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. I'd Still Love You - Ivy Jo Hunter. Featured on The Complete Motown Singles Vol. 11A: More by Ivy Jo Hunter. Motown Unreleased (Part 2) Motown Unreleased Motown Unreleased
  7. Motown survived some heavy turbulence in , as the company settled into its new headquarters in Los Angeles while negotiating shifting musical tides, all before righting itself with the surprise success of the Jackson 5. The Jacksons were the engine that drove the label in , helping to push Motown into a new era. This shift is documented in Hip-O Select's tenth volume of The Complete.
  8. The LP includes the group's earliest singles on the label (such as Top 20 R&B hits " I'll Always Love You " and " Truly Yours "), as well as their first ever single " That's What Girls Are Made For " (which was released on the already defunct Tri-Phi Record label). None of the group's other material from Tri-Phi appear on this album.

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