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Motown Story, Vol. 1: The Sixties
     

The Motown Story, Vol. 1: The Sixties

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Here is yet another reissue of the legendary (or infamous, depending on your point of view) Motown Story. The reason for its controversy exists simply in the fact that all these great hit songs have narration before them and after them by artists such as Lionel Richie,

Overview

Here is yet another reissue of the legendary (or infamous, depending on your point of view) Motown Story. The reason for its controversy exists simply in the fact that all these great hit songs have narration before them and after them by artists such as Lionel Richie, Smokey Robinson, and others. If you want the story with the songs, then this is for you; all the major cuts are here.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/23/2003
Label:
Motown
UPC:
0602498606582
catalogNumber:
000101602
Rank:
4351

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Dennis Edwards   Interviewee
Marvin Gaye   Interviewee
Gladys Knight   Interviewee
Smokey Robinson   Interviewee
Diana Ross   Interviewee
Jimmy Ruffin   Interviewee
Junior Walker   Interviewee
Otis Williams   Interviewee
Barrett Strong   Interviewee
Mary Wilson   Interviewee
Florence Ballard   Interviewee
Berry Gordy   Interviewee
Pete Moore   Interviewee
Clarence Paul   Conductor
Martha Reeves   Interviewee
Paul Riser   Interviewee
Richard Street   Interviewee
Levi Stubbs   Interviewee
Tammi Terrell   Interviewee
Vandellas   Accompaniment
Harry Weinger   Narrator
Eddie Willis   Interviewee
Stevie Wonder   Harmonica,Bongos,Interviewee
Katherine Anderson   Interviewee
Joe Billingslea   Interviewee
Ronald White   Interviewee
Ludie Montgomery   Interviewee
Freddie Gorman   Interviewee

Technical Credits

Contours   Contributor
Four Tops   Contributor
Marvin Gaye   Composer,Producer
Originals   Contributor
Lionel Richie   Contributor
Smokey Robinson   Composer,Producer
Edwin Starr   Composer
Stewart   Contributor
Temptations   Contributor
Junior Walker   Contributor
Mary Wells   Contributor
Barrett Strong   Composer
R. Dean Taylor   Composer
Miracles   Contributor
Wade Marcus   Arranger
Clan   Producer
James Dean   Composer
Jerry Ross   Composer
Nick Ashford   Composer,Producer
Johnny Bristol   Composer,Producer
Vernon Bullock   Composer
Cleveland   Composer,Producer
Ed Cobb   Composer
Henry Cosby   Composer,Producer
Hal Davis   Producer
Lamont Dozier   Composer,Producer
Harvey Fuqua   Composer,Producer
Kenny Gamble   Composer
Anna Gordy Gaye   Composer
Marc Gordon   Producer
Berry Gordy   Composer,Producer
George Gordy   Composer
Eddie Holland   Composer
Brian Holland   Composer,Producer
Brenda Holloway   Contributor
Lawrence Horn   Producer
Leon Huff   Composer
Ivy Jo Hunter   Composer
Warren "Pete" Moore   Composer
Richard Morris   Producer
Clarence Paul   Arranger,Composer
Deke Richards   Composer
Paul Riser   Arranger,Composer
Pam Sawyer   Composer
Valerie Simpson   Composer
William "Mickey" Stevenson   Composer,Producer
Earl Van Dyke   Contributor
William Weatherspoon   Composer,Producer
Harry Weinger   Producer
Norman Whitfield   Composer,Producer
Stevie Wonder   Composer
Ron Miller   Composer
Bobby Rogers   Composer
Vartan   Art Direction
Georgia Dobbins   Composer
Frank Wilson   Composer,Producer
Gladys Knight & the Pips   Contributor
Ronald White   Composer,Producer
William Garrett   Composer
Robert Rogers   Composer
Janie Bradford   Composer
Autry DeWalt   Composer
Orlando Murden   Composer
Robert Bateman   Composer
Sylvia May   Composer
Jackey Beavers   Composer
John Bristol   Composer
BrianBert   Producer
Adam White   Liner Notes
Ryan Null   Photo Coordination
Andrew Skurow   Producer,Liner Notes
Pat Saint John   Contributor
Junius Griffin   Liner Notes
Freddie Gorman   Composer

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Motown Story, Vol. 1: The Sixties 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Oak More than 1 year ago
Great music and some very nice stories relayed by the people who lived them. The stories are great to listen to once or twice but not everytime you want to hear the song. They should have put the commertaries on their own track so you don't have to wade through them everytime. It really distracts from the quality of the overall CD.