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My mom used to make this when we we’re kids and in my opinion it’s very bland when made the way this recipe says to. It certainly needs something to kick it up a notch.

For the follow-up to "Hold On, I'm Comin'," writer-producers Hayes and Porter decided to tinker with their formula: Porter asked singer Sam Moore to give him "the Bobby Bland squall," guitarist Steve Cropper came up with the licks that set up the familiar blast of the Memphis Horns, and — voilà! — another soul classic was born. "We had no idea how good we were," Hayes said of the partnership.

While the Rhythm & Blues series and the Solid Gold Soul series were not identical, they had a huge overlap, so are covered here together. Essentially, the Solid Gold Soul series was a reissue of the earlier Rhythm & Blues series with much more colorful artwork. Although there were CDs in each series that were not in the other, a vast majority of the CDs in Solid Gold Soul were exact reissues of the earlier Rhythm & Blues series.

The Rhythm and Blues series was a late 1980s-early 1990s subscription offering that concentrated on music from the R&B or soul charts. The series was successful, and eventually reached 24 volumes plus a budget 2-CD compilation, covering the early 1950s to the mid-1970s.

Starting around 1996, the volumes of the Rhythm and Blues series by year were reissued as the Solid Gold Soul series, with completely different artwork, even though the CDs inside were trackwise and sonically identical to the corresponding volume in the earlier Rhythm and Blues series. The new series used the R838- prefix instead of the old RHD- prefix. The Solid Gold Soul series did not include all the volumes in the Rhythm and Blues series, and later issued new volumes that weren't included with the older series, eventually reaching 31 volumes plus a budget box set and a special edition CD. In the late 1990s, Time-Life was selling both series side by side.

Direct-mail advertisement for the Solid Gold Soul subscription series featured an envelope that resembled an old concert poster.

We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail . Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. We have no association with Time-Life or Warner Bros. Records. Should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in this discography (all of which are out of print), we suggest you see our Frequently Asked Questions page and follow the instructions found there. This story and discography are copyright 2004, 2008 by Mike Callahan.

 · Bobby Rogers , one of the original members of Motown staple The Miracles, has died at 73, longtime Miracles singer Smokey Robinson said Sunday.

“The Bengals are aware of the NFL’s letter to Vontaze regarding a play in last weekend’s game. The film shows that the hit was legal, that Vontaze engaged his opponent from the front, and that contact was shoulder-to-chest. The Club will support Vontaze in the appeal process.”

Nausea is the worst. Nothing feels right, sounds are off, your body's shaky, and the smell of food...well, never mind that. For nausea both mild and severe, there are many home remedies that will get you back to full strength, moving and working throughout the day.

2 . Clyde Hoey (1877-1954) bought a weekly newspaper at age 16 and was elected to the North Carolina state legislature at age 20. He was elected to the Senate in 1944, and in 1950 he opposed statehood for Hawaii on the grounds that it was inconceivable to allow a territory with only a small percentage of white people to enter the union.

Because the character exists under the “Law & Order” umbrella, Goren’s likely not going to be remembered as a classic TV cop in the way that Columbo, Kojak, Sipowicz or Pembleton are. But it was a terrific role, and a terrific performance, for a very long time. And if the final episode was largely a dud, it still feels right that D’Onofrio and Kathryn Erbe got to return for this final season to say a proper goodbye.

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