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Lost & Found


Download links and information about Lost & Found by Martha Reeves & The Vandellas. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop, Teen Pop genres. It contains 47 tracks with total duration of 02:08:02 minutes.

Artist: Martha Reeves & The Vandellas
Release date: 2005
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop, Teen Pop
Tracks: 47
Duration: 02:08:02
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No. Title Length
1. Time Changes Things 2:23
2. Someday Someway 3:04
3. I Can't Take It 2:33
4. All That Glitters Isn't Gold 2:20
5. Coney Island 2:45
6. Spellbound 2:52
7. Too Far Gone to Save Myself 2:31
8. Missing Lover 2:32
9. It's Your Wedding Day 2:32
10. I Got It Bad 2:23
11. Too Much Pressure On My Heart 2:56
12. That's How Bad 2:58
13. I Can't Understand It 3:09
14. Keep Stepping (Never Look Back) 2:27
15. You Neglect Me 3:00
16. You've Been On My Mind 2:44
17. I Can't Help It (I Love You) 2:51
18. Save Some Room In Your Heart 2:46
19. Hold On I'm Coming 2:18
20. If You Don't Want My Love 2:38
21. Since You've Been Gone 2:21
22. Love Where Are You Hiding 3:07
23. For Once In My Life 3:02
24. Back-to-School Promo 0:21
25. Looking In the Mirror 2:50
26. A Little Bit of Heaven (On a Little Patch of Earth) 2:34
27. Candy Man 3:10
28. I'm Glad You Belong to Me 3:16
29. It Must Be Him 3:13
30. Oh, I've Been Blessed 2:51
31. I Can't Erase the Way I Feel 2:48
32. I've Got to See You 2:49
33. Since You've Been Gone (Sweet, Sweet Baby) 2:14
34. Operation Teamwork 2:35
35. Take It Off 3:16
36. Full Speed Ahead 2:02
37. I'll Take a Raincheck (If Love Invites Me) 2:34
38. Is There a Place (In His Heart for Me) 3:20
39. In a World of My Own 2:08
40. Standing Ovation 3:59
41. Earthquake (Stereo Mix) 2:56
42. Build Your Love On a Strong Foundation 2:46
43. Where Was I (When Love Came By) 3:01
44. There's Love In This World 3:17
45. Let Me Fall In Love With You 2:35
46. Talking 'Bout Love 2:35
47. Ain't My Stuff Good Enough 2:40



Martha Reeves began her affiliation with Motown behind the scenes as an Artist and Repertoire assistant. As legend has it, some background vocalists were needed immediately and Reeves — a local amateur herself — used the opportunity to display not only her formidable talents, but those of her bandmates in the Del-Phis. This double-disc anthology presents a chronological overview of those formerly hidden nuggets with nearly four dozen previously unearthed songs spanning Reeves' and company's entire decade-long studio career. Interestingly, because of the combo's rather sudden kick-start, their earliest selections had been written for other established acts, such as the Supremes' ("Time Changes Things") and Stevie Wonder ("Someday, Someway"). The Vandellas' were supplied the best that Motown had to offer, and while all the artists shared the inimitable instrumental support of the Funk Brothers, more discerning and judicious was the matching of writers and producers to the talent. Perhaps Reeves' background in A&R helped her garner the attention of Holland-Dozier-Holland, whose magic touch can be heard on "All That Glitters Isn't Gold" and "If You Don't Want My Love," while the masterful William "Smokey" Robinson gets credit for providing the thoroughly groovy "That's How Bad" and the dark ballad "You Neglect Me." The team of Mickey Stevenson and Ivory Joe Hunter had a hand with the outstanding "Missing Lover," "I Got It Bad," [note: why weren't these crossover pop smashes?!] "I Can't Understand It," "Keep Stepping (Never Look Back)" and "You've Been on My Mind." Of similar value are "I'm So Glad You Belong to Me" — which was a significant side for Edwin Starr and Blinky — and another Holland-Dozier-Holland entry titled "Since You've Been Gone" that was also done to great effect by the Four Tops. Further essentials are the stereo mix of "Earthquake," as well as "Talking 'Bout Love" and "Let Me Fall in Love With You" — a pair of early-'70s Stevie Wonder compositions, the latter co-penned by the one and only Syreeta. The collection's oversized 28-page liner booklet is packed with photos and discographical session information for true Motown-o-philes. Spellbound: Motown Lost & Found (2005) is limited to an edition of 5,000 copies and available online via