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From Mercury To Motown traces the singing career of Eddie Holland, one third of the legendary Holland-Dozier-Holland trio of songwriters / producers that created some of Motown's biggest hits. This 23 track package includes his solo recordings made for the Mercury, Kudo, United Artists and Motown labels between 1958 and 1962. Included is his Top 10 r&b hit from 1961 "Jamie" and all the tracks on his eponymous solo album, Eddie Holland issued in 1962. Included are songs written by Berry Gordy Jnr. , brother Brian Holland, William 'Smoky' Robinson, Lamont Dozier as well as ones he co-wrote with those writers and others in the Jobete Music fold. The package is a snapshot of the Motown Sound from the days before Holland-Dozier-Holland put their stamp on the label's output - a time when individuality ruled. Eddie Holland said he never wanted to be a 'pop star', but this collection proves beyond doubt he was an exceptionally talented singer with a great voice. The perfect collection for you to trace the singer's music career from his earliest work through to Motown Records in the detailed notes in the six page booklet
From Mercury To Motown traces the singing career of Eddie Holland, one third of the legendary Holland-Dozier-Holland trio of songwriters / producers that created some of Motown's biggest hits. This 23 track package includes his solo recordings made for the Mercury, Kudo, United Artists and Motown labels between 1958 and 1962. Included is his Top 10 r&b hit from 1961 "Jamie" and all the tracks on his eponymous solo album, Eddie Holland issued in 1962. Included are songs written by Berry Gordy Jnr. , brother Brian Holland, William 'Smoky' Robinson, Lamont Dozier as well as ones he co-wrote with those writers and others in the Jobete Music fold. The package is a snapshot of the Motown Sound from the days before Holland-Dozier-Holland put their stamp on the label's output - a time when individuality ruled. Eddie Holland said he never wanted to be a 'pop star', but this collection proves beyond doubt he was an exceptionally talented singer with a great voice. The perfect collection for you to trace the singer's music career from his earliest work through to Motown Records in the detailed notes in the six page booklet
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From Mercury To Motown 1958-1962 (Uk)
Artist: Eddie Holland
Format: CD
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1. Little Miss Ruby
2. You (You You You You)
3. (Where's the Joy?) in Nature Boy
4. Shock
5. Merry-Go-Round
6. It Moves Me
7. Because I Love Her
8. Everybody's Going
9. Magic Mirror
10. Will You Love Me
11. The Last Laugh
12. Why Do You Want to Let Me Go
13. Jamie
14. Take a Chance on Me
15. You Deserve What You Got
16. Last Night I Had a Vision
17. If Cleopatra Took a Chance
18. What About Me
19. True Love Will Go a Mighty Long Way
20. If It's Love (It's Alright)
21. It's Not Too Late
22. A Little Bit of Lovin'
23. Gotta Have Your Love

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From Mercury To Motown traces the singing career of Eddie Holland, one third of the legendary Holland-Dozier-Holland trio of songwriters / producers that created some of Motown's biggest hits. This 23 track package includes his solo recordings made for the Mercury, Kudo, United Artists and Motown labels between 1958 and 1962. Included is his Top 10 r&b hit from 1961 "Jamie" and all the tracks on his eponymous solo album, Eddie Holland issued in 1962. Included are songs written by Berry Gordy Jnr. , brother Brian Holland, William 'Smoky' Robinson, Lamont Dozier as well as ones he co-wrote with those writers and others in the Jobete Music fold. The package is a snapshot of the Motown Sound from the days before Holland-Dozier-Holland put their stamp on the label's output - a time when individuality ruled. Eddie Holland said he never wanted to be a 'pop star', but this collection proves beyond doubt he was an exceptionally talented singer with a great voice. The perfect collection for you to trace the singer's music career from his earliest work through to Motown Records in the detailed notes in the six page booklet

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