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Various - Greetings To Tamla Motown Appreciation Society Album

Various - Greetings To Tamla Motown Appreciation Society Album
Performer:
Various
Album:
Greetings To Tamla Motown Appreciation Society
Style:
Soul, Spoken Word, Interview
Released:
1964
Country:
US
Label:
Hitsville U.S.A.
Catalog:
DM 097311
FLAC size:
2085 mb
MP3 size:
1522 mb
WMA size:
2232 mb


Tracklist


1 Kim Weston, Speaks
2The MarvelettesAs Long As I Know He's Mine
3Stevie WonderI Call It Pretty Music But The Old People Call It The Blues (Part 1)
4The MiraclesI Gotta Dance To Keep From Crying
5 Martha Reeves, Speaks
6 Eddie Holland, Speaks
7 Stevie Wonder, Speaks
8 Smokey Robinson, Speaks
9The SupremesWhere Did Our Love Go
10Marvin GayeCan I Get A Witness
11 Melvin Franklin (Temptations), Speaks
12 Gladys Horton (Marvelettes), Speaks
13 Billy Gordon (Contours), Speaks
14Eddie HollandLeaving Here
15 Interview By Margaret Phelps With Berry Gordy
16Kim WestonLove Me All The Way
17Martha And The VandellasQuicksand
18 Marvin Gaye, Speaks
19The ContoursCan You Do It
20The TemptationsThe Way You Do The Things You Do
21The SupremesWhere Did Our Love Go


Credits


  • Arranged ByDave Godin


Companies


  • Record Company – Motown Record Corporation


Album


Greetings To The Tamla Motown Appreciation Society. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The history of Motown in Britain owes a lot to the late, great Dave Godin, founder of the Tamla Motown Appreciation Society so named before EMI opened a UK label under the Tamla Motown banner, and thus instrumental in their eventual choice of name. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Greetings To The Tamla Motown Appreciation Society Side Two Various Artists A Cellarful Of Motown Carts. Greetings To The Tamla-Motown Appreciation Society. Promo Version. Appears On. Tamla Motown appreciation society for collectors has 324 members. Stevie Wonder. Здесь вы скачаете Stevie Wonder - Greetings To The Tamla-Motown Appreciation Society в mp3 на мобильный телефон, планшет или пк в качестве 320 kbps. Stevie Wonder Greetings To The Tamla-Motown Appreciation Society. Похожие треки исполнителя Stevie Wonder . But what really prevents this being a complete introduction to Motown is surely the perverse avoidance of the mature, politicised work of either Marvin Gaye or Stevie Wonder. Download this Dancing In The Street Tears Of A Clown Please Mr Postman Walk Away Renee Behind A Painted Smile. Download the new Independent Premium app. Tamla Motown - The Supremes, The Marvelettes, Rev. Columbus Mann


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The history of Motown in Britain owes a lot to the late, great Dave Godin, founder of the Tamla Motown Appreciation Society – so named before EMI opened a UK label under the “Tamla Motown” banner, and thus instrumental in their eventual choice of name. It’s hard to overestimate how much of a debt of gratitude British Motown fans owe to Mr Godin, or how many great UK Tamla Motown records we might never have seen were it not for him – but we can say with certainty that this one definitely wouldn’t exist without him.

Godin was an early adopter who did a lot to boost awareness of Motown and its artists among the British public. Within a few months, several hundred hardcore fans had joined Godin’s club, receiving an iconic badge declaring them to be a “Swinger and Friend” (the phrase taken from the lyrics of the Miracles’ excellent I Gotta Dance To Keep From Crying); his efforts caught the attention of his US counterpart, Margaret Phelps, who organised a trip over to Hitsville for Godin to come and meet some of the stars of the Motown show. Whilst in Detroit, Dave managed to convince the Motown top brass that here was a real opportunity to “break through in England”, and so Berry Gordy ordered some of his top talent to each record a few lines for a special fan club only disc, paving the way for a full-on British tour later in the year. This is that disc.

Copies were originally only distributed to the fan club, but it’s since been leaked all over the Internet, officially re-released as a hidden track on the amazing compilation A Cellarful of Motown! Volume 2, and modern fans wanting a pristine vinyl copy can obtain one as a special gift with Al Abrams’ equally-amazing book Hype and Soul.