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THE DRAMATICS: SHAKE IT WELL EXPANDED EDITION (CAROLINE/SOULMUSIC RECORDS)
Formed in Detroit and probably best known for “Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get” – which instantly sprang to mind when this CD arrived – I was nicely surprised to hear this collection of tracks. Originally known as The Dynamics, the name change took them to Stax, later Volt. This re-issue, however, is the group’s first outing via ABC Records during 1977, and houses a pair of hit R&B singles: it’s title track and “Ocean Of Thoughts And Dreams”. Hah, they’re as different as chalk and cheese. The fir...
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THE DRAMATICS: Shake It Well Expanded Edition (Caroline Intl/SoulMusic Records)
Track Listing: 1. Shake It Well 2. You Make The Music 3. My Ship Won't Sail Without You 4. Come Inside 5. Spaced Out Over You 6. That Hea...
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THE DRAMATICS: JOY RIDE (SMR)
Ah, here we are with the follow-up to “Drama V” which I cuddled up to one wet Saturday afternoon just recently, and what a welcome slice of music this...
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THE DRAMATICS: DRAMA V Expanded Edition (SMR)
This often underrated group might not be at the top of people’s listening lists, yet their music has been a part of our lives since the early sixties....
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THE DRAMATICS: Joy Ride Expanded Edition (SMCR-5108)
Track list: 1. Finger Fever 2. Richest Man Alive 3. Stand Up And Move 4. Sing And Dance Your Troubles Away 5. I Get Carried Away ...
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THE DRAMATICS: DRAMA V Expanded Edition (SMCR-5104)
Track list: 1. You're Fooling You 2. She's A Rainmaker 3. I Was The Life Of The Party 4. Things Are Changing 5. I'm Gonna Love You To...
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 The Dramatics February 1972 Interview
 The Dramatics April 1974 Interview
 The Dramatics March 1977 Interview