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Motown

™ music combining rhythm and blues and pop, or gospel rhythms and modern ballad harmony
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The plan was to pave the way for a full Motown foray but when she asked that she be announced as a Tamla Motown artist, she was introduced, out of ignorance, as "Miss Pamela Motown".
first came to I was see a men in " Recalling how she came to make that song a hit after being invited to join the incredible Tamla Motown roster of acts, Martha said: "It was such a joy getting a song given to me by Marvin Gaye.
The show celebrates and recreates all the wonderful vibes and music that originated in Detroit in the late 1950s, taking the audience on a musical journey through the golden Tamla Motown days of the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s.
We both felt the time was right to launch a night of this type, as soul music is ubiquitous with the city, with the famous Mersey Beat sound having its roots firmly planted in the early R&B and Tamla Motown scenes.
In the early 1960s, the 'Tops' teamed up with Berry Gordy Jnr, the boss of Tamla Motown Records, and also the home of The Temptations.
This double CD collects almost everything the original three brothers recorded during their stint on Tamla Motown between 1965 and 1968 including their major hit - This Old Heart Of Mine.
Cry For Freedom can give Pearce a decent-priced double when he struts his stuff in the Tamla Motown Handicap (9.
As with other great affirmative artists from Warhol to Tamla Motown, an exploration of the emotional composition of "official" stories and legends leads directly to a revelation of their ambiguities.
ONE TRACK MIND - MORE MOTOWN GUYS (KENT) This is a dancefloor-centric selection of recent vault discoveries by the men of 1960s Tamla Motown music that includes 16 previously unissued masters.
BIRTHDAYS: Berry Gordy, Tamla Motown founder, 85; Randy Newman, singer/songwriter, 72; Alistair Darling, former chancellor of the Exchequer, 62; Kris Akabusi, former athlete and TV presenter, 57; Stephen Roche, former cyclist, 56; Judd Nelson, actor, 56; Martin Clunes, actor, 54; Jon Stewart, television host, 53; Mary Elizabeth Winstead, actress, 31; Karen Gillan, actress, 28.
Georgie trails in the pop parade CARDIFF pop fans showed indifference to the visit of the American Tamla Motown show to the Capitol Theatre last night.
02THE music of Tamla Motown intrigued Disker, the ECHO's record reviewer, who wrote: "The type of music sending folk like The Beatles into fits of excitement many moons ago has become a standard part of our hit parade.