Smokey Robinson!!! Re: [JPL] Gladys Knight - Say What?

Bob Stockton drbob at modernjazzclassics.com
Tue Sep 12 10:45:42 EDT 2006


Well, it was our "mystery singer" awhile back, a chance for our listeners to 
win fame and prizes. The first person who named the singer got - you guessed 
it - a promotional copy of Smokey's CD. The only clue given was that the 
mystery singer was NOT Rose Murphy.

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Subject: RE: Smokey Robinson!!! Re: [JPL] Gladys Knight - Say What?


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