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Ron & Bill

Ron & Expenses was a short-lived incarnation of Ronnie White colored and Smokey Robinson from the first times of the Motown business — the credit appeared using one record, the single “It all” b/w “Don’t State Bye Bye,” released around the Tamla label, that was the label’s attempt at charting having a novelty melody. In fact, the A-side is quite pretty, with outstanding singing and beautiful choruses, and if your time and effort right here was to imitate “The Crimson People Eater” or “The Soaring Saucer,” as recommended by Expenses Dahl in his records for THE ENTIRE Motown Singles, Vol. 1 1959-1961, then your label were left with something smoother and even more advanced than either of these edges, and one really worth hearing as directly R&B. The record constitutes an understandably obscure event in the life span of the vocalist and the annals of the Wonders.

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