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January 15, 2011

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BRUNO GARGANO

SONG IS GOOD FANS WOULD LOVE TO SEE THESE SONGS RELEASED FINISHED OR NOT TRUE FANS WOULD LOVE ANYTHING FROM OUR GROUP

Russell McClelland

Love this song. If there are others like this, we, the fans of the Four Seasons, want to hear them. The Motown era to me is the turning point for the group. The best music they ever recorded, in my opinion, was during that time. We want to hear more. Thanks, Chameleon, for putting this out there.

Ray Ricci

Fantastic!

Can't wait to hear more tracks.

Seems as though the background singers are "hired hands", sounding similar to the singers on Bobby Darin's Mowtown product of the same period.(Probably others as well) However, the drumming sounds similar to that used on the 72 "Chameleon" lp.

As you say, Crewe/Motown weren't about to waste recorded arrangements. Not unlike the early 60's Motown recordings where the musicians were all the same...they just seem to rotate the artists.

This is all so interesting.

Keep up the great work

Ray Ricci

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