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Limited vinyl LP reissue. 1966's This Old Heart of Mine is the fourth album released by The Isley Brothers, It was issued on the Tamla (Motown) label. The album, their first with the seminal Detroit-based music label, yielded the Isleys' biggest hit in their early period with the title track. Other charted singles including "Take Some Time Out for Love" and "I Guess I'll Always Love You". The album's cover was not controversial at the time, but was criticized years later by activists because it did not depict the three African American brothers, instead using a picture of two white teenage lovers on a beach. Defenders say this was/is totally irrelevant since it was an artistic choice only. The Isley Brothers are today considered another one of the seminal soul groups of their era.
Limited vinyl LP reissue. 1966's This Old Heart of Mine is the fourth album released by The Isley Brothers, It was issued on the Tamla (Motown) label. The album, their first with the seminal Detroit-based music label, yielded the Isleys' biggest hit in their early period with the title track. Other charted singles including "Take Some Time Out for Love" and "I Guess I'll Always Love You". The album's cover was not controversial at the time, but was criticized years later by activists because it did not depict the three African American brothers, instead using a picture of two white teenage lovers on a beach. Defenders say this was/is totally irrelevant since it was an artistic choice only. The Isley Brothers are today considered another one of the seminal soul groups of their era.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: MOT
Rel. Date: 04/22/2016
UPC: 600753660836

This Old Heart of Mine
Artist: The Isley Brothers
Format: Vinyl
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Limited vinyl LP reissue. 1966's This Old Heart of Mine is the fourth album released by The Isley Brothers, It was issued on the Tamla (Motown) label. The album, their first with the seminal Detroit-based music label, yielded the Isleys' biggest hit in their early period with the title track. Other charted singles including "Take Some Time Out for Love" and "I Guess I'll Always Love You". The album's cover was not controversial at the time, but was criticized years later by activists because it did not depict the three African American brothers, instead using a picture of two white teenage lovers on a beach. Defenders say this was/is totally irrelevant since it was an artistic choice only. The Isley Brothers are today considered another one of the seminal soul groups of their era.
        
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