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Thursday, February 7, 2008

Various Artist - Cooley High (1975)

1. Baby Love - Diana Ross & The Supremes
2. Fingertips - Stevie Wonder
3. I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) - Four Tops
4. Stop! In The Name Of Love - Diana Ross & The Supremes
5. Luther's Blues - Luther Allison
6. Dancing In The Street - Martha & The Vandellas
7. Beechwood 45789 - The Marvelettes
8. OOO Baby Baby - Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
9. (You Can) Depend On Me - Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
10. Cleo's Mood - Jr. Walker & The All Stars
11. Money (That's What I Want) - Barrett Strong
12. You Beat Me To The Punch - Mary Wells
13. 2 Pigs And A Hog - Freddie Perren
14. My Girl - The Temptations
15. Sweet First Love - Freddie Perren
16. Three AM...I Love You Mama - Freddie Perren
17. (I'm A) Road Runner - Jr. Walker & The All Stars
18. Mickey's Monkey - Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
19. Haulin' - Freddie Perren
20. Cold Blooded - Freddie Perren
21. It's So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday - G.C. Cameron
22. Reach Out I'll Be There - Four Tops

This soundtrack features Motown artist and several well-known hits.


Anonymous said...

Is there anybody from Chicago who can tell me what school Cooley High was filmed? I'm trying to contact a college friend who had a small part: Frances Artis (the girl in the phone booth near the end of the movie)attended Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. If you know how she can be reached, contact me:

(Her married names were "Rice" and "Little."


Anonymous said...

I believe it was the old Waller high School, which now is Lincoln Park.

Anonymous said...

actually, it was parker high school. my mother in law used to go there.

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