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  1. This quintessential release presents the two finest LPs of The Marvelettes' classic line-up: Playboy () and Please Mr. Postman (), which were both originally issued by Tamla Records. These two magnificent albums have been remastered and packaged together in this very special collector's edition, which also includes seven bonus prinenivactifu.sputdubbrilacipalbgeginsnaceslekett.infoinfo: PID.
  2. Motown released a follow up 'Postman' based 45, entitled 'Twistin' Postman' b/w 'I Want A Guy' in , which reached number 34 on the Pop Chart (number 13 R&B). The group began a touring schedule, releasing a second album 'The Marvelettes Sing (a.k.a. Smash Hits of '62)', which featured several cover versions of contemporary songs.
  3. It includes all the entries in the US pop and R&B charts on the Tamla, Motown and Gordy labels during that time - from a standing start, there were 33 of them - including iconic hits like The Marvelettes' pop No. 1 "Please Mr. Postman", and the R&B No. 1s "Shop Around" and "You've Really Got A Hold On Me" by The Miracles, "You Beat Me To The.
  4. Song information for Please Mr. Postman - The Marvelettes on AllMusic. Song information for Please Mr. Postman - The Marvelettes on AllMusic Various Artists. Girl Groups: The Story of a Sound. Motown: The Best Soul Album in the World Ever! Universal.
  5. Aug 20,  · Song: Please Mr. Postman Artist: The Marvelettes (Covered by The Beatles). I do not own the song or the image used here.
  6. The ’60s brought an explosion of different styles to the pop charts: girl groups, Southern soul and Motown, sunshine pop, rock ’n’ roll, doo wop, country and they all had their instant-classic love songs to contribute (to the charts then and to great comps like this now).
  7. Browse lyrics and The Marvelettes albums. Lyrics. Popular Song Lyrics. Billboard Hot Upcoming Lyrics. Soul Breakout ' Black Music (90 Songs) Soul the Early Years, Vol. 1. Please Mr Postman (Original Motown Album Plus Bonus.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Soul Breakout '61 on Discogs.
  9. Please Mr. Postman is the studio debut album from Motown girl group The Marvelettes and the sixth album ever released by the company. The focal track is the number-one hit single, "Please Mr. Postman". The album notably features cover versions of label mates The Miracles' "Way Over There" and "I Want a Guy", which was the debut single for fellow Motown girl group The Supremes the same Genre: Pop, R&B, soul.

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