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  1. The 50 songs spread over three CD's cover the years to Career highlights such the Isley's first hit "Shout"(pts 1&2), "Twist And Shout", "This Old Heart Of Mine", "It's Your Thing", as well as 70's classics like "That Lady", "For The Love Of You", and "Fight The Power" are included. This set does have it's drawbacks however/5(23).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of It's Your Thing (The Story Of The Isley Brothers) on Discogs.5/5(1).
  3. "Twist and Shout" is one of the most familiar rock'n'roll standards, covered by many recording acts and many more bar bands that never made a record, even though only two artists had a big hit with the song. The tune has a history predating the first hit version (by the Isley Brothers.
  4. Known for what author Bill Dahl calls a “holy-roller brand of gymnastic, fire-breathing excitement,” the Isley Brothers have big hits both before and after their three-year Motown tenure (), but their recordings for Berry Gordy’s company are beloved by aficionados for perfectly blending the New Jersey-based group’s gospel-like fury with the Detroit Sound.
  5. Dec 25,  · A well mastered compilation of all their collective great works from Hugo & Luigi (RCA), Scepter-Wand, United Artists, Motown and T-Neck/Epic differences by companies holding the masters should be set a side for the common good of the Isley Brothers and for /5(17).
  6. Jan 15,  · The house on Allison Road was owned by Ronald Isley of the Isley Brothers, the legendary music group behind such classics as "Shout," "Twist and Shout," "It's Your Thing.
  7. Because of the success of “Twist And Shout” the Brothers were able to establish their own label, but it proved to be short-lived. Then they signed to Motown and next to T-Neck label, the last which they jumpstarted their run of hit singles with “It’s Your Thing” in
  8. In the #3 Rock & Roll song in the charts was Twist and Shout by The Isley Brothers. Watch the music video and discover trivia about this classic Rock & Roll song now.

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