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Earl Van Dyke • That Motown Sound

Earl Van Dyke (July 8, 1930, September 18, 1992) was an African American soul musician, most notable as the main keyboardist for Motown Records' in-house Funk Brothers band during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Van Dyke, who was born in Detroit, Michigan, United States, was preceded as keyboardist and bandleader of the Funk Brothers by Joe Hunter. In the early 1960s, he also recorded as a jazz organist with saxophonists Fred Jackson and Ike Quebec for the Blue Note label.

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A1 Nowhere To Run 2:58
A2 Come See About Me 2:39
A3 You're A Wonderful One 3:11
A4 How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) 2:50
A5 My Girl 2:44
A6 All For You 2:55
B1 Too Many Fish In The Sea 2:17
B2 Try It Baby 2:47
B3 The Way You Do The Things You Do 2:39
B4 Can I Get A Witness 2:41
B5 Can You Jerk Like Me 2:32
B6 Money (That's What I Want) 2:15

Organ [Hammond], Leader Earl Van Dyke

Label:Motown M 631
Genre:Funk / Soul, Pop
Style:Rhythm & Blues, Soul

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