Motown


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Motown

™ music combining rhythm and blues and pop, or gospel rhythms and modern ballad harmony
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In addition to helping forge today's multiracial pop culture, Motown was music you had to dance to.
Motown Records became the world's greatest record label and The Magic of Motown authentically revives the biggest hits of all - Stop in the Name of Love, What Becomes of the Broken Hearted, I Heard it Through the Grapevine, All Night Long, Heatwave and many more.
In 2010 The Magic of Motown completed its biggest UK tour yet taking in 150 venues nationwide, including sell-out shows in London's O2.
In its golden age, from 1959 to 1972, the sound Berry Gordy pioneered at Motown Records in Detroit was the soundtrack for Black America.
Top music is set to liven up the Belgrade Theatre with How Sweet It Is - Motown's Greatest Hits tonight and tomorrow and Bollywood Legends on Saturday.
Changing its name to Motown, an abbreviation of the city's nickname of Motor Town, it would become a dream factory that would churn out a prolific number of bone fide pop classics.
Where to hear Motown Those looking to hear Motown tunes on a night out in Dubai should check out the Ill Communications gigs that take place every second Thursday at Trilogy Rooftop - where DJs play Motown and soul inspired tunes.
Among those merchandise treasures will be the smoothest, softest and best quality t-shirts to ever bear the Tamla globe logo that debuted in 1961, the classic M-in-a-box Motown logo that debuted in 1965, the later more famous Motown logo, and the renowned U.K.
Motown Literary Cruise Aboard the Detroit Princess Boat
Gordy, president of Motown Records, was impressed with the girls but wanted them to finish high school before signing them.
It's the impoverished fan and ignorant musician who asks, "Who are they?" They were the Funk Brothers, the Motown house band during its glory years, who played on every single Motown hit from The Miracles' "Shop Around" to Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On" and everything in between.