Various - The Motown Story - The First Twenty-Five Years FLAC album
Genre: Soul and Funk music
Title: The Motown Story - The First Twenty-Five Years
Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul, Funk, Disco
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The Motown Story: First 25 Years. Cassette - Motown 048). Neither One of Us (Wants to Be the First to Say Goodbye).
The Motown Story: The Sixties. 1 more album featuring this track. The Supremes were a very successful Motown all-female singing group active from 1959 until 1977, performing at various times doo-wop, pop, soul, Broadway showtunes, psychedelia, and disco. One of Motown's signature acts, The Supremes were the most successful African-American musical act of the 1960s, recording twelve hits between 1964 and 1969, many of them written and produced by Motown's main songwriting and production team, nd.
Motown 25 was a showcase for the highly anticipated reunion of the Supremes: Diana Ross, Mary Wilson and Supremes replacement Cindy Birdsong (original member Florence Ballard had died in 1976). Four of their greatest hits were to be sung that night, including "Someday We'll Be Together", "Baby Love" and "Stop! In the Name of Love", however this reunion was cut short. Richard Pryor opened the segment with a fairy-tale story of 'three maidens from the Projects of Brewster' which was then followed with a montage of various Supremes' video clips. The name of that release is The Motown Story: First 25 Years. That album, now out of print, received a Grammy nomination as Best Historical Recording, Jon Badeaux, Producer. The special was the highest-viewed prime time show in the United States for the week.
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Album's name: The Motown Story: The First Twenty-Five Years. Various - The Motown Story: The First Twenty-Five Years. Martha Reeves & The Vandellas.
After finishing the first five or six songs, I ditched The Evolution of Motown Music (1960-1994) so I could finish the decade series. But here it is now, almost two months later. I hope you will enjoy the video! Motown is a record company founded by Berry Gordy, Jr. in 1959 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. The name, a portmanteau of motor and town, is also a nickname for Detroit. Motown played an important role in the racial integration of popular music by achieving a crossover success
In "After Twenty Years," a cop is patrolling the street when he comes upon Bob. Bob explains that he is waiting for his friend, Jimmy . The narrator in "After Twenty Years" does not reveal the inner thoughts of any of the characters. What is remarkable about this story is its strict objectivity. Most readers don't find anything unusual about the man in the doorway the first time they read "After Twenty Years.
|1-2||–Smokey Robinson & The Miracles*||Intro/Berry Gordy... Bad Girl|
|1-3||–Barrett Strong||Intro/Barrett Strong... Money (That's What I Want)|
|1-4||–Smokey Robinson & The Miracles*||Shop Around|
|1-5||–Mary Wells||Intro/Mary Wells... Bye Bye Baby|
|1-6||–The Marvelettes||Intro/Katherine Anderson... Please Mr. Postman|
|1-7||–The Contours||Intro/Joe Bilingslea... Do You Love Me|
|1-8||–Marvin Gaye||Intro/Marvin Gaye... Stubborn Kinda Fella|
|1-9||–Little Stevie Wonder*||Intro/Stevie Wonder... Fingertips (Part II)|
|1-10||–The Temptations||Intro/Otis Wiliams... The Way You Do The Things You Do|
|1-11||–Mary Wells||My Guy|
|1-12||–Diana Ross & The Supremes*||Intro/Mary Wilson... Where Did Our Love Go|
|1-13||–Four Tops||Intro/Levi Stubbs... Baby I Need Your Loving|
|1-14||–Martha Reeves & The Vandellas||Intro/Martha Reeves... Dancing In The Street|
|1-15||–Junior Walker & The All Stars||Shotgun|
|1-16||–Diana Ross & The Supremes*||Stop! In The Name Of Love|
|1-17||–Marvin Gaye||Intro/Marvin Gaye... I'll Be Doggone|
|1-18||–Smokey Robinson & The Miracles*||The Tracks Of My Tears|
|1-19||–The Isley Brothers||This Old Heart Of Mine (Is Weak For You)|
|1-20||–The Temptations||Intro/Otis Williams... Beauty Is Only Skin Deep|
|1-21||–Jimmy Ruffin||Intro/Jimmy Ruffin... What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted|
|1-22||–Four Tops||Intro/Levi Stubbs... Reach Out, I'll Be There|
|1-23||–Martha Reeves & The Vandellas||Intro/Martha Reeves... Jimmy Mack|
|2-1||–Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell||Intro/Marvin Gaye... You're All I Need To Get By|
|2-2||–The Temptations||Intro/Denis Edwards... Cloud Nine|
|2-3||–Marvin Gaye||Intro/Marvin Gaye... I Heard It Through The Grapevine|
|2-4||–Diana Ross & The Supremes* And The Temptations||Intro/Mary Wilson... I'm Gonna Make You Love Me|
|2-5||–David Ruffin||My Whole World Ended (The Moment You Left Me)|
|2-6||–Junior Walker & The All Stars||Intro/Jr. Walker... What Does It Take (To Win Your Love For Me)|
|2-7||–The Originals||Baby I'm For Real|
|2-8||–Diana Ross & The Supremes*||Intro/Mary Wilson... Someday We'll Be Together|
|2-9||–The Jackson 5||Intro/Jermaine Jackson... I Want You Back|
|2-10||–The Supremes||Intro/Mary Wilson... Up The Ladder To The Roof|
|2-11||–Stevie Wonder||Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours|
|2-12||–Edwin Starr||Intro/Edwin Starr... War|
|2-13||–Diana Ross||Ain't No Mountain High Enough|
|2-14||–The Jackson 5||Intro/Jermaine Jackson... I'll Be There|
|2-15||–Marvin Gaye||What's Going On|
|2-17||–The Temptations||Intro/Dennis Edwards... Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)|
|2-18||–Stevie Wonder||Intro/Stevie Wonder... You Are The Sunshine Of My Life|
|2-19||–The Temptations||Intro/Dennis Edwards... Papa Was A Rolling Stone|
|3-1||–Gladys Knight & The Pips*||Neither One Of Us (Wants To Be The First To Say Goodbye)|
|3-2||–Marvin Gaye||Let's Get It On|
|3-3||–Eddie Kendricks||Keep On Truckin'|
|3-4||–The Jackson 5||Intro/Jermaine Jackson... Dancing Machine|
|3-5||–The Miracles||Love Machine|
|3-6||–Thelma Houston||Don't Leave Me This Way|
|3-7||–Stevie Wonder||Sir Duke|
|3-8||–Commodores||Intro/Lionel Richie... Three Times A Lady|
|3-9||–Diana Ross||Intro/Diana Ross... Upside Down|
|3-10||–Billy Preston & Syreeta||With You I'm Born Again|
|3-11||–Smokey Robinson||Being With You|
|3-12||–Diana Ross & Lionel Richie||Intro/Lionel Richie... Endless Love|
|3-13||–Rick James||Super Freak|
|3-14||–Lionel Richie||Intro/Lionel Richie... All Night Long (All Night)|
|3-15||–Rockwell||Somebody's Watching Me|
|3-16||–DeBarge||Intro/El DeBarge... Rhythm Of The Night|
|3-17||–Mary Jane Girls||In My House|
|3-18||–Lionel Richie||Say You, Say Me|
|3-19||–Diana Ross||Theme From Mahogany (Do You Know Where You're Going To)|
Notes℗ 1986 Motown Record Corporation. © 1986 Motown Record Corporation, Hollywood, California, 90028.
Printed In U.S.A.
Distributed in the United States by MCA Distributing Corporation.
|6048ML5||Various||The Motown Story: The First Twenty-Five Years (5xLP, Comp + Box)||Motown||6048ML5||US||1983|
|ZK 72137||Various||The Motown Story: The First Twenty-Five Years (3xCass, Comp)||Motown||ZK 72137||Germany||1983|
|ZD72137||Various||The Motown Story - The First Twenty-Five Years (3xCD, Comp)||Motown||ZD72137||Europe||1986|
|TMSP 6019||Various||The Motown Story: The First Twenty-Five Years (5xLP, Comp + Box)||Motown||TMSP 6019||UK||1983|
|6048/5||Various||The Motown Story: The First Twenty-Five Years (5xLP, Comp + Box)||Motown||6048/5||Canada||1983|