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Frank Wilson
Frank Wilson was on of Motown/Jobete's great writers. I feel it's a damn shame that the people who benefited from Franks creativity have not come out to say any thing about his contrubutions to the Suprem's Temptation's and so many more on the Motown label back in the day. We to offten disregard the creator's of music and only see and hear the artist. Well thats wrong. It was wrong then and it is wrong now. We need to give the people who create the music the due. Thats all I have to say about that. God Bless you Frank Wilson and thank you for the gifts of music....
Entered By: jimmylove2
03 October 2012
Entered By: tljones9
17 November 2012
In addition to being a great songwriter and producer for other artists, Frank Wilson wrote, produced, and recorded a song that is considered to be the "Holy Grail' of Motown record collectors, "Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)". This record was released in 1965, but then pulled by Berry Gordy, with all but three copies of the record destroyed. But the record was a hit in the UK, and highly regarded as a Northern Soul classic. In the meantime, one of the three copies of the elusive 45 single resurfaced and sold for $3,000! What's all the fuss about this song? Download it on eMusic of iTunes from "The Complete Motown Singles, Vol. 5: 1965" or purchase "Motown Year By Year: 1965" on Thank you Frank Wilson from a dedicated Motown fan!
Entered By: lee vincent
09 January 2013
do i love you has become iconic 45 frank loved performing it 1st surfaced as bootleg on in label in UK before Motown pressed it that was bootleg copy slightly faster than original swetter than on b side was always overlooked even a chris clark and frank duet doing rounds cause it never happened but cleverly mixed
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