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Part of that is due to Motown The Musical, a theatrical smash at home and abroad, which tells how Gordy’s dreams and determination (plus a song or two) created what may be the most celebrated record company in history. FAST FACTS: First hit: Reet Petite, Jackie Wilson. Biggest hit: choose from the dozens of Motown singles which topped the Billboard Hot 100 during the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s

Diana - Diana Ross (1980 - Motown) 19. The Temptations Sing Smokey - The Temptations (1965 - Gordy) 20. Four Tops' Second Album - Four Tops (1965 - Motown) 21. More Hits by The Supremes - The Supremes (1965 - Motown) 22. Commodores - Commodores (1977 - Motown) 23. You're All I Need - Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell (1968 - Tamla) 24. Can't Slow Down - Lionel Richie (1983 - Motown) 25. II - Boyz II Men (1994 - Motown) 26. My Cherie Amour - Stevie Wonder (1969 - Tamla) 27. Four Tops - Four Tops (1965 - Motown) 28.

Motown: The Musical is a jukebox musical that premiered on Broadway in April 2013. The musical is based on Berry Gordy's autobiography To Be Loved: The Music, the Magic, the Memories of Motown (1994), and on the history of his founding and running of the Motown record label, and his personal and professional relationships with Motown artists such as Diana Ross, Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, and Michael Jackson. The production's music and lyrics are taken from selections from the Motown catalog

Which are the best Motown songs of all time? Here's the ultimate NME list. If it’s sweet soul music you’re after, then Motown is king. Founded in 1959 as Tamla by Detroit songwriter Berry Gordy Jr, the label that soon came to be known as Motown – named after the city’s motor industry, quickly made its mark as one of the greatest record labels of all time. Putting out hit after hit, the label’s output in the 1960s and 1970s cannot be underestimated. It’s fair to say that pretty much all Motown songs are great, so narrowing it down to a Top 20 is a tough call indeed

The Complete Motown Singles has been a dream project of Motown and soul fanatics for many years, ever since the first decade of Stax/Volt singles was compiled in an impressive nine-disc box set in 1991. The Complete Motown Singles might have seemed like a logical move to soul collectors and fanatics, but it remained in the realm of fantasy for many years because, as enticing as that set was, it was difficult to create. First, there was the perennial problem of Motown reissues, where the label is always inclined to recycle the familiar hits instead of dig deep into the vaults.

Pure Michael: Motown A Cappella. Movie Music: The Definitive Performances. Michael Jackson Tribute Album Heirs To Michael. Tokyo Future Machine. Child's Fantastic Moment Let's Talk About The Dream. Child's Fantastic Moment.

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A1 Open-End Interview With Belma Johnson
B1 Open-End Interview With Belma Johnson