“B-A-B-Y” – Carla Thomas

 “B-A-B-Y” is a song written by Isaac Hayes and David Porter, which was first recorded in 1966 by Carla Thomas. Her version was released as the opening track of her album Carla, and as a single by Stax Records. Carla Venita Thomas (born December 21, 1942) is an American singer, who is often referred to as the Queen […]

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“SMOKEY ROBINSON – BAD GIRL”

“Bad Girl” is a 1959 doo-wop single by The Miracles. Issued locally on the Motown Records label, it was licensed to and issued nationally by Chess Records because the fledgling Motown Record Corporation did not, at that time, have national distribution. It was the first single released (and the only one released by this group) […]

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Cozy Railway-Themed Coffee Spots

In the U.S.A., trains date back to the old west and cowboy era, However, during these modern times, wagon trains and railway have inspired many innovations about trails and railways. We can attribute these makeovers to: time, technology and trends. Mass transportation has transitioned from horsepower, locomotion to being propelled by various modern energy sources. […]

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“Neil Diamond Cracklin Rosie”

Cracklin’ Rosie” is a song written and recorded by Neil Diamond in 1970, with instrumental backing by L.A. sessions musicians from the Wrecking Crew, from his album Tap Root Manuscript. In October 1970, the song became Diamond’s first American #1 hit on The Billboard Hot 100, and his third to sell a million copies. It […]

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