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- Motown Records was headquartered in a house on Detroit's West Grand Boulevard, where Gordy slept on the second floor and made records on the first.
- Dominated by Berry Gordy 's Motown Records empire, Detroit soul is strongly rhythmic and influenced by gospel music.
- The term neo soul was originated by Kedar Massenburg of Motown Records in the late 1990s.
- Tobin Started his career as guitar player and song WRITER. He WAS a staff producer with A&M records and then Motown records.
- By the mid 1960s, through the influence of James Brown, Stax, and Motown records, the style had become firmly established.
- Shanice went on to sign a record deal with Motown Records in 1991.
- Kedar Massenberg is an American record producer and record label executive, who was the president of Motown Records from 1997 to 2004.
- Vocalist with the Jackson 5, 1963-76; group signed with Motown Records, 1969; signed as solo artist with Motown, 1972-.
- Greatest Hits was the first greatest hits compilation for The Jackson 5, released by Motown Records in late 1971.
- Music & Me is sometimes confused with a Michael Jackson compilation album of the same name that Motown Records released in 1993.
- Marvin Gaye recorded with several female vocalists during his distinquished career at Motown Records.
- Afterwards, Gaye vowed never to record another project for Motown Records.
- Benzino was once signed to Motown Records and he was slated to release his album The Benzino Project.
- Charlene signed to Motown Records in 1973, under the name of Charlene Duncan, and released her first single, "All That Love Went To Waste" in January 1974.
- The Mynah Birds were set to record an album for Motown Records when Rick James, their singer, was arrested for draft evasion.
- Blind from birth, Wonder signed with Motown Records at the age of eleven, and continues to perform and record for the label.
- Also hinted in this album is the notorious bout with Motown Records that Teena Marie had had before signing onto CBS Records.
- The Funk Brothers were the house band at Detroit 's Motown Records from 1959 to 1972, when the company moved to Los Angeles.
- Dubbed the " white brother with soul ", Messina was one of the most prolific guitarists in Motown Records ' in-house studio band, the Funk Brothers.
- We Remember Sam Cooke is an album recorded by The Supremes, issued by Motown Records in April 1965 (see 1965 in music).
- The Dreams' hometown—the setting for much of the action—was moved from Chicago to Detroit, the real-life hometown of The Supremes and Motown Records.
- Fuqua soon joined forces with Berry Gordy at Motown Records, and Gaye became a session drummer and vocalist for the label.
- More than 30 years ago, de Passe started her career as a creative assistant to Berry Gordy, the legendary chairman of Motown Records.
- After receiving an offer from Berry Gordy of Motown Records, the group got out of its contract with Matthews and left Northern.
- After a concert in Detroit, Michigan, Gaye was recruited for a solo career by Berry Gordy, Jr., of Motown Records.
- After leaving the Supremes, Birdsong worked at UCLA Medical Center under her married name, and then went to work for Suzanne de Passe at Motown Records.
- After signing to Motown Records in 1961 and replacing McGlown with Barbara Martin, they changed the name of the group to The Supremes.
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