Saturday Matinee – Billy Joel, The Temptations, Aretha Franklin, King Curtis, Booker T & The MGs

All of Billy Joel’s Greatest Hits. Just like they were meant to be.

The Temptations’ 1970 hit “Ball of Confusion” has one of the best lines ever: “Vote For Me and I’ll Set You Free.” [via SADM].

According to Joel Whitburn’s Top Pop Singles, the top artists of 1970 were Neil Diamond and Aretha Franklin. Let’s go with some Aretha:

Aretha Franklin is an American classic. Here she is backed up by King Curtis.

Here’s King Curtis & The Kingpins. The description attached to this vid from the Utoobage: “The only band that could make Booker T & The MG’s sweat.”

Proof that Booker T & the MGs didn’t sweat. With that, have a great weekend, folks. See you back here tomorrow.

Author: Bunk Strutts

Boogah Boogah.

2 thoughts on “Saturday Matinee – Billy Joel, The Temptations, Aretha Franklin, King Curtis, Booker T & The MGs”

  1. Rap on brother… rap on!!! Damn good stuff Bunks!!! I’m so glad I had the good fortune to be there when Motown first came out… man that was and always will be some of the greatest music ever!!!

    And the band played on…..

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  2. Tattoo Jim– It amuses me when I stumble on some old gems and realize that the words I heard when I was younger have changed to the ones I hear now. After all, I grew up with an AM transistor radio under my pillow, listening to WSAI, and all my allowance money was spent on batteries.

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