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1. Do You Love Me
2. Shake Sherrie
3. You Better Get In Line
4. The Stretch
5. It Must Be Love
6. Whole Lotta Woman
7. Claudia
8. So Grateful
9. The Old Miner
10. Funny
11. Move Mr. Man
12. Come On And Be Mine
13. Going To The Hop
14. Motor City
15. My Beloved
16. Sugar Daddy
17. Tomorrow ; Always
18. A Love That Can Never Be
19. Angel
20. I Know How It Feels
21. My Kind Of Love
22. Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart
23. Faded Letter
24. Greetings (This Is Uncle Sam)
25. Take A Chance
26. Because I Love Her
27. While I'm Away

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This Unique Compilation Presents A Collection Of Vintage, Highly-Collectable Early Motown Recordings, Featuring Everything Recorded For The Company By A Trio Of Their Legendary Male Vocal Groups, Between 1959-62. THE CONTOURS Became One Of Motown's First Major Groups, On The Back Of Their Million-Selling, Chart-Topping 'Do You Love Me', A Song Which Would Quickly Evolve Into A Pop, R&B And Soul Standard, And It's Raucous Follow-Up, 'Shake Sherry', Both In 1962. THE SATINTONES Famously Cut 'Motor City' In 1959, A Prophetically-Titled Early Tribute To Detroit, And 'Tomorrow And Always', A Cheeky Answer Disc To The Shirelles' 'Will You Love Me Tomorrow', In 1961. THE VALADIERS Bubbled Under The Top 100 In 1961 With The Mildly Controversial 'Greetings (This Is Uncle Sam)', A Song Which Another Motown Group, The Monitors, Would Successfully Revive In 1966, As The Draft For The Vietnam War Escalated.