Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers* ‎– That Motown Sound

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M 631 Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers* Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers* - That Motown Sound(LP, Album, Mono) Motown M 631 US 1965 Sell This Version
631, S 631 Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers* Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers* - That Motown Sound(LP, Album) Motown, Motown 631, S 631 US 1965 Sell This Version
MS-631 Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers* Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers* - That Motown Sound(LP, Album) Motown MS-631 US 1965 Sell This Version
MO 631 Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers* Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers* - That Motown Sound(LP, Album, Mono) Tamla Motown MO 631 Canada 1965 Sell This Version
MT-631 Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers* Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers* - That Motown Sound(LP, Album, Mono) Motown MT-631 US 1965 Sell This Version
TML 11014 Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers* Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers* - That Motown Sound(LP, Album, Mono) Tamla Motown TML 11014 UK 1965 Sell This Version
UICY-78870 Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers* Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers* - That Motown Sound(CD, Album, RE) Motown UICY-78870 Japan 2019 Sell This Version
2C 062 - 91595, 2C 062 - 91.595 Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brotherhood* Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brotherhood* - That Motown Sound(LP, Album, RE) Tamla Motown, Tamla Motown 2C 062 - 91595, 2C 062 - 91.595 France Unknown Sell This Version
5C 054-91595 Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brotherhood* Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brotherhood* - That Motown Sound(LP, Album, RE) Tamla Motown 5C 054-91595 Netherlands Unknown Sell This Version

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July 19, 2016
referencing That Motown Sound, LP, Album, Mono, TML 11014
In 1965, Motown quietly released That Motown Sound, an album credited to Earl Van Dyke and The Soul Brothers. It’s not hard to guess who makes up the group (though label founder Berry Gordy insisted on the name change from “funk” to “soul”), and the familiar hit songs played on the album, including “Come See About Me,” “My Girl” and “Money (That’s What I Want)” are in fact the original backing tracks with new keyboard overdubs by Van Dyke, the band’s main keyboardist.