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The Marvelettes - 23 Greatest Hits flac album
  • Performer The Marvelettes
  • Title 23 Greatest Hits
  • Date of release 1987
  • Country Europe
  • Style Soul
  • Other formats ASF MP4 AAC VQF DMF APE AIFF
  • Genre Soul & Funk / Pop
  • Size MP3 1848 mb
  • Size FLAC 1871 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 781

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The Marvelettes not only gave the label its first number one pop hit, but strung together a good series of tunes, especially when Smokey Robinson was writing and producing them. They went from being a quintet to a quartet to a trio during their Motown years, but seldom failed to give an energetic performance. 11. Twistin' Postman.

The Marvelettes' Greatest Hits. Don't Mess with Bill" (54126) b/w "Anything You Wanna Do" (Non-album track). 7. 3. - "You're the One" (54131) b/w "Paper Boy" (Non-album track). When You're Young and in Love" (only UK charting single) (54150) b/w "The Day You Take One, You Have to Take the Other". My Baby Must Be a Magician" (Spoken intro by Melvin Franklin) (54158) b/w "I Need Someone" (from The Marvelettes).

The Marvelettes new songs, albums, biography, chart history, photos, videos, news, and more on Billboard, the go-to source for what's hot in music. Ranked by performance on chart. 1 No. 1 Hit 3 Top 10 Hits 23 Songs. 2 of 23. Don't Mess With Bill. 3 of 23. The Hunter Gets Captured By The Game. 4 of 23.

Greatest Hits (RB 6. 39) (2004).

The Marvelettes were an American all-girl group who achieved popularity in the early to mid-1960s. In 1970, Rogers recorded songs for the album, The Return of The Marvelettes, which was produced by Smokey Robinson and included covers of earlier Motown recordings. As this album featured no other Marvelettes, original member Katherine Anderson refused to participate in appearing on the cover of the album due to what she felt was Motown's disrespect towards her and the group. The album was only a modest hit, reaching on the R&B album charts and featured no charted hit singles. The Marvelettes Greatest Hits.

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The Pink Album is a 1967 album by American vocal group The Marvelettes, also their seventh LP. Overview. Recording began in 1966. Smokey Robinson handled much of the production. There is also production from James Dean and William Weatherspoon who would provide material for the The Marvelettes' next album. Producers felt that the group needed to offer a sound more mature and developed that contrasted their previous recordings. Please Mr. Postman released: 1992. 23 Greatest Hits released: 1986. The Return of the Marvelettes released: 1970. The Marvelettes released: 1967. The Marvelettes' Greatest Hits released: 1966. The Marvelettes Recorded Live on Stage released: 1963. The Essential Collection released


1 Please Mr. Postman 2:27
2 Twistin' Postman 2:30
3 Playboy 2:45
4 Beechwood 4-5789 2:11
5 Someday, Someway 2:36
6 Strange I Know 2:44
7 Locking Up My Heart 2:19
8 Forever 2:19
9 My Daddy Knows Best 2:28
10 As Long As I Know He's Mine 2:30
11 He's A Good Guy (Yes He Is) 2:34
12 You're My Remedy 3:03
13 Too Many Fish In The Sea 2:28
14 I'll Keep Holding On 2:26
15 Danger Heartbreak Dead Ahead 2:30
16 Don't Mess With Bill 2:48
17 You're The One 2:45
18 The Hunter Gets Captured By The Game 2:48
19 When You're Young And In Love 2:36
20 The Day You Take One (You Have To Take The Other) 2:45
21 My Baby Must Be A Magician 2:31
22 Here I Am Baby 2:48
23 Destination: Anywhere 2:36

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Motown Record Corporation
  • Copyright (c) – Motown Record Corporation
  • Mastered At – Motown Recording Studios
  • Distributed By – MCA Distributing Corporation


  • Art Direction – Johnny Lee
  • Compiled By – John Matousek
  • Design – Andy Engel
  • Mastered By – John Matousek


Compilation ℗1986 Motown Record Corporation ©1986 Motown Record Corporation, Hollywood, California 90028. Distributed in the United States by MCA Distributing Corporation.

'Made in Japan' printed on disc.

NOTE: The Matrix ID on this particular release does not match the catalog number, this is because this is an early pressing of the re-issue of this CD. It was originally release as TCD06169TD but was re-issued in the Motown 9000 Series a collection of previously released CDs at a lower price point.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 5010-99056-2 1
  • Matrix / Runout: TCD06169TD-S1E03

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ZD 72446 The Marvelettes 23 Greatest Hits ‎(CD, Comp) Motown ZD 72446 Europe 1986
9056MD, TDM 09056 The Marvelettes 23 Greatest Hits ‎(CD, Comp, Club) Tamla, Tamla 9056MD, TDM 09056 US Unknown
TCD06169TD The Marvelettes 23 Greatest Hits ‎(CD, Comp) Tamla TCD06169TD US 1986
WD72446 The Marvelettes 23 Greatest Hits ‎(CD, Comp) Motown WD72446 Germany 1986
530 041-2 The Marvelettes 23 Greatest Hits ‎(CD, Comp) Motown 530 041-2 Netherlands 1986