Shotgun - Various - The Motown Sound: Big Hits - The Early 60s (Vinyl, LP)


Download Shotgun - Various - The Motown Sound: Big Hits - The Early 60s (Vinyl, LP)
1982
Label: Tamla Motown - WL72386 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Germany • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul


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  1. The Four Tops were a veteran act by the time they signed with Motown. Their livelihood had come from being a fairly successful live-act at nightclubs in Detroit in the ’50s and early ’60s, focusing on jazz material. Signed to Motown in , they continued the jazz angle until teaming with H-D-H, who helped reveal their crossover potential.
  2. Apr 21,  · The Miracles (featuring Smokey Robinson) and the Marvelettes predated the success of the Temptations and the Supremes by a few years in the early ’60s. After a No. 1 hit with “Please Mr.
  3. Collection of 16 Big Hits Volume 6: Various Artists MS The Supremes and the Motown Sound from Broadway to Hollywood: The Supremes: MS [Unissued] Four Tops on Broadway: Four Tops MS Supremes Sing Rodgers and Hart: The Supremes: MS Reach Out: Four Tops: MS Collection of 16 Big Hits, Volume 7: Various Years: · · · · · .
  4. Those 60's and 70's Motown numbers are real classics. Whilst some were 'hits of the day' they were so well crafted and have stood the test of time. Some of the later 'disco' style Motown does point to the time when Berry Gordy 'lost the plot'. However, this package was worth every penny and has saved me digging out my old 45's!/5().
  5. Feb 17,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Motown Story on Discogs/5(60).
  6. The Shangri-Las were a cut above most early ‘60s girl groups, a bit more aloof, a bit cooler, a shade more chic, and it was hard for teenage boys to .
  7. It also reissued LPs from the Motown, ABC, MCA and United Artists Records catalogs. It was also known for a series of poorly-manufactured gram audiophile LPs (mostly culled from its backlog of soundalike recordings) released and quickly recalled in the early s which today command shocking prices at auction.
  8. Apr 28,  · Motown historian and liner notes writer Bill Dahl presents 10 of the rarest records on the seminal Motor City label. Words: Bill Dahl We’re so accustomed to the image of Motown releasing non-stop hits during the s that sometimes we forget there were more than a few misses along the way, especially during the Detroit [ ].
  9. From the remarkable 'Where did our love go:The Rise and Fall of the Motown Sound' by Nelson George, one finds that Motown was an early adopted of 8 track recording, punch ins, and many other sophisticated techniques. Thus, all these tracks exist and are valid within the context of what was recorded. What was released was a different thing entirely/5(33).

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