CD released: Mar 30, 2018

1. In My Heart I Know It's Right - Gladys Knight & The Pips
2. Without Love You Lose A Good Feelin' (Original Mix) - Brenda Holloway
3. It's Been A Long Time Happenin' - Rita Wright
4. Honey Don't Leave Me - The Lewis Sisters
5. Baby I've Got It - Brenda Holloway
6. It's Crazy Baby - Liz Lands
7. There Are Things - Ann Bogan
8. I'm Willing To Pay The Price - Martha & The Vandellas
9. Bad News - Labrenda Ben
10. When Someone's Good To You - Oma Page
11. Is This Why (I Gave My Love To You) - Gladys Knight & The Pips
12. I Up And Think Of You - Kim Weston
13. It's All Right - Labrenda Ben (2018)
14. She Don't Love You (With Strings) - Mary Wells
15. Mr Misery (Let Me Be) - Martha & The Vandellas
16. Playboy (First Version) - The Marvelettes
17. Cookie Boy - Thelma Brown
18. Keep Away - Little Lisa
19. Sweet Talkin' Guy - The Marvelettes
20. I Know (You Don't Love Me No More) - Yvonne Fair
21. You've Got Possibilities - Barbara Mcnair
22. In Your Heart - Patrice Holloway
23. There Was - The Lollipops
24. So Long - Kim Weston
Label: ACE
Cat No: CDTOP1524
Barcode: 29667089425
Packaging: CD Regular

Many moons have passed since our last "Motown
Girls" project was released - but these things
take time and a great deal of patience. We're
confident followers of the series will find this new
volume well worth the wait.
The collection opens with 'In My Heart I Know It's
Right', the first song Gladys Knight & the Pips
recorded for Motown, and closes with the great
Kim Weston in torch singer mode. In between
you'll find some of the company's biggest stars -
the Marvelettes, Brenda Holloway, Martha & the
Vandellas - alongside lesser-known collector's
favourites such as Liz Lands and LaBrenda Ben.
Of the 24 tracks here on "Baby I've Got It!", 14 are
previously unissued in any format and 10 were
first made available as "Motown Unreleased"
downloads between 2014 and 2017. The
selections were recorded between 1961 and 1969,
and - although predominantly uptempo, which
should please most Motown fans - represent
several variations of the Motown sound.