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Playlist: Norman Is a Rolling Stone

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Norman Whitfield, Legendary Mowtown producer and co-writer of such R&B classics such as “I Heard It Through the Grapevine” and “Papa Was a Rolling Stone,” pleaded guilty to failing to report more than $2 million in royalty income, authorities said.
This Rhapsody playlist contains songs that Norman produced and/or wrote.
Play it a lot, we need to help increase Mr. Whitfield’s royalty checks. I for one, always root against the IRS.

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Norman Rhapsody Playlist

Songs Produced / Written By Norman Whitfield Rhapsody Playlist

“Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone” – The Temptations
“I Heard It Through The Grapevine” – Marvin Gaye

“War” – Edwin Starr
“Car Wash” – Rose Royce
“Ain’t Too Proud To Beg” – The Temptations
“I Hear A Symphony” – Diana Ross and the Supremes
“Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)” – The Temptations
“You” – Marvin Gaye
“I Want You” – Jody Watley
“My World Is Empty Without You” – Diana Ross and the Supremes

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  • http://www.templestark.com/blog Temple Stark

    Taxes pay for war.

    good or bad?

    I can’t listen to your list. Rhapsody doesn’t like iTunes/Macs. No great loss – except your lists are a good idea.

  • robert

    Rhapsody makes iTunes look like a child’s toy.

  • http://w6daily.winn.com/ Phillip Winn

    Robert, I’ve tried three times to get into Rhapsody, but each time I find myself going back to the iTunes Music Store. The streaming stuff doesn’t impress me at all, and it seem to be much easier to find what I’m looking for in the iTMS. Care to create a post that goes into more detail on the so-called superiority of Rhapsody? ‘Cause I (along with apparently something like 80% of people buying music online) am missing it.

  • robert

    Yea, the same 80% that put Britney Spears and Linkin Park to the top of the charts… But if that’s where you want to be that’s cool.

    You would have to spend $890,000 dollars to have the same music library as I do with Rhapsody. Not to mention more hard drive space the I certainly could afford.

    Real music lovers explore, discover and expand. When iTunes let’s me do that get back to me. In the meantime I’ll stay with the 20% who are in-the-know.

    I may take you up on the article.

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