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8 comments on “ Everyone Was There - Bob Kayli With Barry Gordy Orchestra* - Everyone Was There (Vinyl)

  1. Gordy’s songs continued to be successful for other artists; ‘Everyone Was There’ had reached Number 96 for Bob Kayli in and ‘All I Could Do Was Cry’ (Number 33 in ) launched the most fruitful phrase of Etta James’ career. Apart from ‘Money’, Gordy had relied on established, white-owned companies to distribute his records.
  2. Robert Gordy (Berry's brother) a/k/a Bob Kayli (minor hit with "Everybody Was There") Bobby Darin a/k/a The Rinky Dinks (had an "almost hit" with "Early In The Morning" on Brunswick AND Atco - a long story!) Ron Dante & Toni Wine a/k/a the Archies a/k/a the Cuff Links (of "Tracy" fame).
  3. Bob Kayli. Bob Kayli with Barry Gordy Orchestra Carlton - Everyone Was There / I Took A Dare - Bob Kayli (born Robert L. Gordy -- Berry Gordy's brother) Anna - Never More / Peppermint (You Know What To Do) – Tamla - Small Sad Sam - (One Sided Disc).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Everyone Was There / I Took A Dare on Discogs. Label: Carlton - • Format: Vinyl 7 Bob Kayli With Barry Gordy Orchestra* - Everyone Was There / I Took A Dare (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  5. Compare the vinyl and CD versions of almost any Stevie Wonder tune from the sixties and you'll find similar disparities. The Moody Blues are another group that were mistreated during re-mastering. There were not very many songs on this CD that I recognized, but that isn't an issue since I got the one I wanted. Good but not great.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Bob Kayli With Barry Gordy Orchestra* - Everyone Was There / I Took A Dare at Discogs. Complete your Bob Kayli With Barry Gordy Orchestra* collection/5(4).
  7. Nov 20,  · We'll never know how well Marvin could have done away from Motown. He didn't have much time after he got to Columbia to burn up the charts. Stevie, of course, has never left - remaining there even after Gordy sold out to Universal. He became so huge that Gordy couldn't control him from about forward.
  8. Berry Gordy is the greatest record man in American music history. From that modest wood-frame house in Detroit he built Motown Records, which in the s and ’70s grew to become the most successful independent record label in America, producing some of the greatest, most uplifting and most enduring popular music in history.. In the wood-panelled library in his home, photographs hang on the.

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