UMC Digital Release "Motown Unreleased 1966" Part 2
Released December 30th 2016
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BUNDLE #3

03-01_Sweet Talkin’ Guy - The Marvelettes
(Doug Morris-Elliott Greenberg-Barbara Baer-Robert Schwartz)
Produced by Brian Holland and Lamont Dozier
Track recorded June 4, 1966; overdubs recorded June 8, 1966

03-02_I Feel Your Love Growin’ On Me - Brenda Holloway
(William Weatherspoon-James Dean-Vernon Bullock)
Produced by William Weatherspoon
Working title: Your Love Grows On Me
Track recorded May 23, 1966; lead vocal recorded June 2; background voices recorded June 8; strings added June 8; background voices re-cut June 14, 1966

03-03_Without Love You Lose A Good Feelin’ - Brenda Holloway
(William Weatherspoon-James Dean-Michael Valvano)
Produced by William Weatherspoon
Track recorded May 24, 1966; lead vocal recorded May 27; strings added June 1; background voices recorded June 8 and 14, 1966

03-04_You Got A Little Of Everything - Brenda Holloway
(Helen Lewis Mastor-Kay Lewis Miller)
Produced by Harvey Fuqua and Johnny Bristol
Track recorded June 15, 1966; overdubs recorded June 16, 1966

03-05_Baby I’ve Got It - Brenda Holloway
(William Stevenson-Sylvia Moy-James Dean)
Producer unknown
Working title: That Old Feeling
Recorded in Los Angeles by June 22, 1966

03-06_Keep Me - Brenda Holloway
(Berry Gordy)
Produced by Hal Davis
Recorded in Los Angeles by June 28, 1966

03-07_I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself alternate version - Smokey Robinson & the Miracles
(Hal David-Burt Bacharach)
Produced by Michael Gentile
Track recorded in New York June 21, 1966; lead vocal recorded June 28; background vocals recorded added June 30, 1966

03-08_I Can’t Let You Go - The Spinners
(Ivy Jo Hunter)
Produced by Ivy Jo Hunter
Track recorded June 16, 1966; overdubs recorded June 23; strings added July 6, 1966

03-09_Keep Away - Little Lisa
(Helen Lewis Mastor-Kay Lewis Miller)
Produced by Harvey Fuqua and Johnny Bristol
Track recorded July 23, 1966; overdubs recorded July 25; background voices added July 26, 1966

03-10_Tea House In China Town alternate version - The Spinners
(William Stevenson-Ivy Jo Hunter)
Produced by Ivy Jo Hunter
Track recorded June 23, 1966 and assigned to Marvin Gaye; reassigned to the Spinners and overdubs recorded July 12; lead vocal re-cut August 20, 1966

03-11_I Found Something alternate version - Marvin Gaye
(Frank Wilson)
Produced by Frank Wilson
Working title: Good’s Gotten Better
Track recorded July 2, 1966; lead vocal recorded July 13; background voices added July 16, horns recorded August 20; lead vocal re-cut August 23, then lead and background voices re-cut August 24, 1966

03-12_Save Me From This Misery alternate version - The Isley Brothers
(Norman Whitfield-Rodger Penzabene-Stephen Bowden)
Produced by Norman Whitfield
Track recorded August 14, 1966 and assigned to Smokey Robinson & the Miracles; re-assigned to the Isley Brothers and their lead vocal recorded September 7; background group vocals added September 9; miscellaneous overdubs recorded September 20, 1966

03-13_I Still Love You - Chris Clark
(John Redmond-Lee David)
Produced by Clarence Paul
Track recorded September 28, 1966; lead vocal recorded September 30, 1966

03-14_Got To Have You Back alternate version - The Isley Brothers
(Ivy Jo Hunter-Stephen Bowden-Leon Ware)
Produced by Ivy Jo Hunter
Track recorded October 9, 1966; additional overdubs recorded October 10, 1966

03-15_I Can’t Take You Back - Gladys Knight & The Pips
(Ivy Jo Hunter-Leon Ware-Stephen Bowden)
Produced by Ivy Jo Hunter
Working title: My Baby Doll
Track recorded at Golden World Studios October 14, 1966; additional overdubs recorded October 19, 1966

03-16_Then - The Temptations
(William Robinson-Robert Rogers-Warren Moore)
Produced by Smokey Robinson and Warren Moore
Track recorded at Golden World Studios October 13, 1966; additional overdubs recorded October 18; strings added October 27, 1966

03-17_I’m Giving Up - Brenda Holloway
(Kay Lewis Miller-Helen Lewis Mastor-Donald Bennett)
Produced by Hal Davis
Recorded in Los Angeles by November 4, 1966

03-18_Spellbound - Brenda Holloway
(Billy Page)
Producer unknown
Recorded in Los Angeles by November 4, 1966

03-19_For All We Know alternate version - The Spinners
(Sam M. Lewis-J. Fred Coots)
Produced by Ivy Jo Hunter
Track recorded October 27, 1966 and assigned to the Marvelettes; reassigned to the Spinners and overdubs recorded November 4, 1966

BUNDLE #4

04-01_Can’t Hold The Feeling Back - Brenda Holloway
(Kay Lewis Miller-Helen Lewis Mastor)
Produced by Hal Davis
Recorded in Los Angeles by November 4, 1966

04-02_The Impossible Dream - Billy Eckstine
(Joe Darion-Mitch Leigh)
Produced by William Stevenson
Recorded in New York November 7, 1966

04-03_Dear Miss Lonely Hearts - Marvin Gaye
(John Bristol-Harvey Fuqua)
Produced by Harvey Fuqua and Johnny Bristol
Track recorded September 29, 1966; strings recorded October 9; additional overdubs recorded November 7; lead vocal re-cut November 15, 1966

04-04_Need Your Lovin’ (Want You Back) - The Underdogs
(Clarence Paul-Marvin Gaye)
Produced by Clarence Paul and Jeffrey Bowen
Track recorded October 30, 1966; instrumental and lead vocal overdubs recorded November 8; lead vocal re-cut November 10; background voices added November 15, 1966

04-05_One Of These Days - The Underdogs
(William Stevenson)
Produced by Clarence Paul
Track recorded November 17, 1966; additional overdubs recorded November 21, 1966

04-06_On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever) - Four Tops
(Alan Lerner-Burton Lane)
Produced by Brian Holland and Lamont Dozier
Track recorded in Los Angeles March 12, 1966 and assigned to the Supremes; re-assigned to the Four Tops and overdubs recorded July 14; lead vocal recorded October 26 and November 22, 1966

04-07_More (Theme From “Mondo Cane”) – The Supremes
(Riz Ortolani-Nino Olivero- Norman Newell)
Producer unknown
Recorded in Los Angeles, with all overdubs completed by November 23, 1966

04-08_Somewhere alternate version – The Supremes
(Stephen Sondheim-Leonard Bernstein)
Producer unknown
Recorded in Los Angeles, with all overdubs completed by November 23, 1966

04-09_Michelle – The Supremes
(Paul McCartney-John Lennon)
Producer unknown
Recorded in Los Angeles, with all overdubs completed by November 23, 1966

04-10_I’m So Helpless (When I’m With You) - Debbie Dean
(Dennis Lussier-Debbie Dean)
Produced by Dennis Lussier
Working title: We’re Goin’ To The Market Place
Track recorded November 22, 1966; background voices recorded December 1; lead vocal recorded December 2, 1966

GOSPEL CODA

04-11_Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - Marvin Gaye
[Public Domain]
Produced by Harvey Fuqua
Recorded February 1, 1966

04-12_Just A Closer Walk With Thee - Kim Weston
[Public Domain]
Produced by Harvey Fuqua
Recorded February 4, 1966

04-13_Never Grow Old - Kim Weston
[Public Domain]
Produced by Harvey Fuqua
Recorded February 4, 1966

04-14_How Great Thou Art - Kim Weston
(S.K. Hine)
Produced by Harvey Fuqua and Johnny Bristol
Track recorded October 18, 1965; lead vocal recorded January 25 and April 21, 1966

04-15_Just A Closer Walk With Thee alternate version – Gladys Knight & the Pips
[Public Domain]
Produced by Harvey Fuqua and Johnny Bristol
Track with Kim Weston’s vocal recorded February 4, 1966; these vocals overdubbed subsequently, date unknown

04-16_Were You There - The Supremes
[Public Domain]
Produced by Harvey Fuqua and Johnny Bristol
Track recorded February 2, 1966 and assigned to Marvin Gaye with background voices recorded February 4; re-assigned to the Supremes and lead vocal recorded June 17, 1966

04-17_What Do You Choose - The Supremes
(James Nyx-Harvey Fuqua)
Produced by Harvey Fuqua and Johnny Bristol
Track recorded February 2, 1966 and assigned to Marvin Gaye; re-assigned to the Supremes and lead vocal recorded June 17, 1966

04-18_Steal Away - Marvin Gaye
[Public Domain]
Produced by Harvey Fuqua and Johnny Bristol
Track recorded October 12, 1965; lead vocal recorded June 22, 1966

04-19_Near The Cross - Smokey Robinson & the Miracles
[Public Domain]
Produced by Harvey Fuqua and Johnny Bristol
Track recorded in Los Angeles, unknown date; lead vocal recorded June 23, 1966

04-20_Just A Closer Walk With Thee – Martha & The Vandellas
[Public Domain]
Produced by Harvey Fuqua and Johnny Bristol
Track recorded in Los Angeles, unknown date; lead vocal recorded August 1, 1966

COMPILATION CREDITS

Compilation produced by Keith Hughes and Harry Weinger
With thanks to Chris Jenner
Mastered by Phil Nicolo at Studio 4 Recording
All tracks recorded in the “Snakepit,” Detroit, MI, unless otherwise noted.
All tracks sourced from the original Motown masters.

Original Motown mono mix masters were used as follows:
Bundle 1: Tracks 1, 2, 5, 7, 10, 11, 15
Bundle 2: Tracks 5, 11, 13, 15, 16, 18, 20, 21
Bundle 3: Tracks 2-4, 7-12, 14, 16, 19
Bundle 4: Tracks 2-6, 10, 14, 17-20

All others mixed for the first time from the original Motown session reels by Richard Hughes, except “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” and “All These Things” mixed by Obie O’Brien at Sine Studios, engineered by Mike Lawson

Annotations by Keith Hughes and Harry Weinger
Sources: Hitsville U.S.A. Session Logbooks, Motown Library Tape Filing Card Index, Motown Label Copy Files and the Jobete Music Catalog.

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