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    Okay gang.....I'm looking to expand my library with some Motown classics, and while we're at it we might as well discuss the genius of Smoky Robinson, Stevie, and the Four Tops. Talk about the best of one of the most memorable periods of music. What are the Motown greats for you?
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    Low, you need to watch 'Standing in the Shadows of Motown.' It's about the Funk Brothers, who played on all the classic Motown stuff...

    For me, my favorite Motown is early Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye...especially his duets with Tammi Terrell...
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    Wow, so much great stuff to choose from. I really like the early Jackson 5 material, before Michael became a freak.

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    Wow, so much great stuff to choose from. I really like the early Jackson 5 material, before Michael became a freak.
    Man, as much as I bash that freak and am disgusted by what he's probably guilty of.....Michael used to have it going ON. The guy used to radiate soul and presence. I'm talking about way back to his Off The Wall record, when the Motown spirit was still alive in him. The songs were choice!

    Shit, what happened to the guy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LowLifeFlatHeadScum
    Man, as much as I bash that freak and am disgusted by what he's probably guilty of.....Michael used to have it going ON. The guy used to radiate soul and presence. I'm talking about way back to his Off The Wall record, when the Motown spirit was still alive in him. The songs were choice!

    Shit, what happened to the guy?
    I don't know. It's hard to believe it's the same guy. Even as a 12 year old he had talent and charisma and amazing style. Sometime after 1983 he freaked out and morphed into what he is now.

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    Gotta love '60s and '70s Motown music, and the Philly soul of the era and the funk, too. Too bad the legacy of the music has been shit down the toilet by today's "artists".
    That was one of the things I liked about "Murphy Brown" was they always had some good Motown tunes in the soundtrack.

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    Marvin Gaye...especially his duets with Tammi Terrell..."

    Couldn't agree more!!!!!

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    James Brown "20 All Time Greatist Hits" is a must. Stevie Wonder "Talking Book" is a classic and "Innervisions" is pretty damn good too! Check out Sly and the Family Stone , Tower of Power "What is Hip" is a classic heavy funk tune. I know the last two aren`t considered Motown but they funk out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 51501984
    James Brown "20 All Time Greatist Hits" is a must. Stevie Wonder "Talking Book" is a classic and "Innervisions" is pretty damn good too! Check out Sly and the Family Stone , Tower of Power "What is Hip" is a classic heavy funk tune. I know the last two aren`t considered Motown but they funk out!
    When I think of Motown, I typically don't think of Stevie's 70s work but you're right. He's a flat out genius. I would add Songs in the Key of Life to your list as well.

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    Sacto's dead on, that "Standing in the Shadows" thing is awesome. It was educational and emotionally-charged, and turned me on to some stellar musicians.

    Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On" is a must-listen.

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    Default Motown Collects Every No. 1 On Boxed Set

    a couple of articles I saw recently that I wanted to post, but didn't remember there was a Motown thread and wasn't on to starting one!

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    October 15, 2008 , 6:10 PM ET

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    Motown will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a mammoth boxed set, "Motown: The Complete No. 1's," due Dec. 9. The 10-disc package features 191 songs, all of which have topped a chart in the United States or internationally.

    Naturally, Stevie Wonder, the Supremes, Marvin Gaye, Tammi Terrell, the Four Tops, Martha & the Vandellas, Mary Wells, the Temptations and Gladys Knight & the Pips are represented throughout "The Complete No. 1s."

    Ten bonus tracks round up original versions of Motown songs that reached the top of the charts via cover versions from acts such as Vanessa Williams, Jodeci, Coolio featuring L.V., Blood, Sweat & Tears and David Bowie and Mick Jagger.

    Here is the track list for "Motown: The Complete No. 1's":

    Disc 1:

    "Shop Around," The Miracles
    "Please Mr. Postman," The Marvelettes
    "Do You Love Me," The Contours
    "Two Lovers," Mary Wells
    "You've Really Got A Hold On Me," The Miracles
    "Fingertips-Part 2," Little Stevie Wonder
    "Heat Wave," Martha & the Vandellas
    "The Way You Do the Things You Do," The Temptations
    "My Guy," Mary Wells
    "Where Did Our Love Go," The Supremes
    "Baby Love," The Supremes
    "Come See about Me," The Supremes
    "My Girl," The Temptations
    "Shotgun," Jr. Walker & the All-Stars
    "Stop! In The Name of Love," The Supremes
    "I'll Be Doggone," Marvin Gaye
    "Back In My Arms Again," The Supremes
    "I Can't Help Myself," Four Tops
    "I Hear a Symphony," The Supremes
    "Ain't That Peculiar," Marvin Gaye
    "Uptight (Everything's Alright," Stevie Wonder
    "Get Ready," The Temptations

    Bonus Tracks:
    "Dancing In the Street," Martha & the Vandellas
    "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)," Marvin Gaye
    "This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak For You)," Isley Brothers
    "Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home)," Marvin Gaye

    Disc 2:

    "Ain't Too Proud To Beg," The Temptations
    "Blowin' In the Wind," Stevie Wonder
    "You Can't Hurry Love," The Supremes
    "Beauty Is Only Skin Deep," The Temptations
    "Reach Out, I'll Be There," Four Tops
    "You Keep Me Hangin' On," The Supremes
    "(I Know) I'm Losing You," The Temptations
    "The Hunter Gets Captured By The Game," The Marvelettes
    "Love Is Here and Now You're Gone," The Supremes
    "Jimmy Mack," Martha & the Vandellas
    "The Happening," The Supremes
    "I Was Made To Love Her," Stevie Wonder
    "I Heard It Through The Grapevine," Gladys Knight & the Pips
    "I Second That Emotion," Smokey Robinson & the Miracles
    "I Wish It Would Rain," The Temptations
    "Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Da-Day," Stevie Wonder
    "Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing," Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
    "I Could Never Love Another (After Loving You)," The Temptations
    "You're All I Need To Get By," Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
    "Love Child," Diana Ross & The Supremes
    "For Once In My Life," Stevie Wonder
    "I Heard It Through The Grapevine," Marvin Gaye
    "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me," Diana Ross & the Supremes & the Temptations

    Bonus Tracks:
    "What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted," Jimmy Ruffin
    "You've Made Me So Very Happy," Brenda Holloway

    Disc 3:

    "Runaway Child, Running Wild," The Temptations
    "Too Busy Thinking About My Baby," Marvin Gaye
    "What Does It Take (To Win Your Love)," Jr. Walker & The All-Stars
    "I Can't Get Next To You," The Temptations
    "Baby I'm For Real," The Originals
    "Someday We'll Be Together," Diana Ross & the Supremes
    "I Want You Back," The Jackson 5
    "Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday," Stevie Wonder
    "ABC," The Jackson 5
    "Reach Out And Touch (Somebody's Hand)," Diana Ross
    "It's All In The Game," Four Tops
    "The Love You Save," The Jackson 5
    "Get Ready," Rare Earth
    "Ball of Confusion (That's What The World Is Today)," The Temptations
    "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours," Stevie Wonder
    "War," Edwin Starr
    "The Tears of A Clown," Smokey Robinson & the Miracles
    "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," Diana Ross
    "I'll Be There," The Jackson 5
    "Heaven Help Us All," Stevie Wonder
    "The Tears of A Clown," Smokey Robinson & the Miracles
    "Stoned Love," The Supremes
    "If I Were Your Woman," Gladys Knight & the Pips

    Disc 4:

    "Mama's Pearl," The Jackson 5
    "Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)," The Temptations
    "What's Going On," Marvin Gaye
    "Never Can Say Goodbye," The Jackson 5
    "Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology,") Marvin Gaye
    "I'm Still Waiting," Diana Ross
    "Smiling Faces Sometimes," The Undisputed Truth
    "Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)," Marvin Gaye
    "Got To Be There," Michael Jackson
    "Rockin' Robin," Michael Jackson
    "I Wanna Be Where You Are," Michael Jackson
    "Ben," Michael Jackson
    "Papa Was A Rollin' Stone," The Temptations
    "Superstition," Stevie Wonder
    "Neither One Of Us (Wants To Be The First To Say Goodbye)," Gladys Knight & the Pips
    "Masterpiece," The Temptations
    "You Are The Sunshine of My Life," Stevie Wonder
    "Touch Me In The Morning," Diana Ross
    "Let's Get It On," Marvin Gaye

    Disc 5:

    "Higher Ground," Stevie Wonder
    "Keep On Truckin'(Part 1)," Eddie Kendricks
    "Living For The City," Stevie Wonder
    "Let Your Hair Down," Temptations
    "Boogie Down," Eddie Kendricks
    "Last Time I Saw Him," Diana Ross
    "Dancing Machine," The Jackson 5
    "Do It Baby," The Miracles
    "You Haven't Done Nothin'," Stevie Wonder
    "Boogie On Reggae Woman," Stevie Wonder
    "Happy People," The Temptations
    "Shoeshine Boy," Eddie Kendricks
    "Shakey Ground," The Temptations
    "Baby That's Backatcha," Smokey Robinson
    "Slippery When Wet," The Commodores
    "Forever Came Today," The Jackson 5
    "Walk Away From Love," David Ruffin
    "Theme From Mahogany (Do You Know Where You're Going To)," Diana Ross
    "Devil In The Bottle," T.G. Sheppard
    "Tryin' To Beat The Morning Home," T.G. Sheppard

    Disc 6:

    "Love Machine (Part 1)," The Miracles
    "Love Hangover," Diana Ross
    "I Want You," Marvin Gaye
    "Just To Be Close To You," The Commodores
    "Down To Love Town," The Originals
    "Don't Leave Me This Way," Thelma Houston
    "I Wish," Stevie Wonder
    "Got To Give It Up," Marvin Gaye
    "Sir Duke," Stevie Wonder
    "Easy," The Commodores
    "You Can't Turn Me Off (In The Middle Of Turning Me On)," High Inergy
    "Too Hot Ta Trot," The Commodores
    "You And I," Rick James
    "Three Times A Lady," The Commodores
    "The Boss," Diana Ross
    "Sail On," The Commodores
    "Still," The Commodores
    "Send One Your Love," Stevie Wonder

    Bonus Track:
    "Pastime Paradise," Stevie Wonder

    Disc 7:
    "Cruisin'," Smokey Robinson
    "Let's Get Serious," Jermaine Jackson
    "I'm Coming Out," Diana Ross
    "Upside Down," Diana Ross
    "Master Blaster (Jammin')," Stevie Wonder
    "Being With You," Smokey Robinson
    "Give It To Me Baby," Rick James
    "Super Freak," Rick James
    "One Day In Your Life," Michael Jackson
    "Endless Love," Diana Ross and Lionel Richie
    "Lady (You Bring Me Up)," The Commodores
    "That Girl," Stevie Wonder
    "Let It Whip," Dazz Band
    "I've Never Been To Me," Charlene
    "Do I Do," Stevie Wonder

    Bonus Track:
    "Lately," Stevie Wonder

    Disc 8:

    "Truly," Lionel Richie
    "You Are," Lionel Richie
    "My Love," Lionel Richie
    "All This Love," DeBarge
    "Cold Blooded," Rick James
    "All Night Long (All Night)," Lionel Richie
    "Time Will Reveal," DeBarge
    "Somebody's Watching Me," Rockwell
    "Hello," Lionel Richie
    "Stuck On You," Lionel Richie
    "I Just Called To Say I Love You," Stevie Wonder
    "Penny Lover," Lionel Richie
    "Nightshift," The Commodores
    "In My House," Mary Jane Girls
    "Rhythm of The Night," DeBarge
    "Glow," Rick James
    "You Wear It Well," El DeBarge with DeBarge

    Bonus Track:
    "Don't Look Any Further," Dennis Edwards featuring Seidah Garrett

    Disc 9:
    "Part-Time Lover," Stevie Wonder
    "Say You, Say Me," Lionel Richie
    "Go Home," Stevie Wonder
    "If You Should Ever Be Lonely," Val Young
    "Overjoyed," Stevie Wonder
    "Who's Johnny," El DeBarge
    "Dancing On The Ceiling," Lionel Richie
    "Love Will Conquer All," Lionel Richie
    "Ballerina Girl," Lionel Richie
    "Just To See Her," Smokey Robinson
    "Tina Cherry," Georgio
    "Skeletons," Stevie Wonder
    "You Will Know," Stevie Wonder
    "Dial My Heart," The Boys
    "Lucky Charm," The Boys
    "Girl I Got My Eyes On You," Today
    "Where Do We Go From Here," Stacey Lattisaw with special guest Johnny Gill

    Bonus Track:
    "Dreamin'," The Guinn Family

    Disc 10:

    "Rub You The Right Way," Johnny Gill
    "My My My," Johnny Gill
    "Crazy," The Boys
    "Wrap My Body Tight," Johnny Gill
    "It's So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday," Boyz II Men
    "I Love Your Smile," Shanice
    "Uhh Ahh," Boyz II Men
    "Do It To Me," Lionel Richie
    "End of The Road," Boyz II Men
    "I'll Make Love To You," Boyz II Men
    "On Bended Knee," Boyz II Men
    "Take Me Higher," Diana Ross
    "4 Seasons Of Loneliness," Boyz II Men
    "A Song For Mama," Boyz II Men
    "Stay," The Temptations
    "Liar," Profyle
    "Bag Lady," Erykah Badu


    That would be pretty awesome to own, well, at least the first 8 discs - gets kind of out of my realm on discs 9 & 10. But the rest won't do you wrong, that's for sure!

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    October 29, 2008 , 8:05 PM ET

    Pip Bulbeck, The Hollywood Reporter

    The Jackson 5 will reunite in 2009, eldest brother Jermaine Jackson confirmed today (Oct. 29) at a TV industry function in Sydney.

    Jackson is in Australia to help launch a new "greatest hits" TV channel for paynet Foxtel and confirmed the rumors at the event.

    "This has been a long time coming for the Jackson family to get back together," he told the Australian Associated Press.

    "It is just the timing, so what we've been doing is working on the music and all the logistics. It is going to be more like a family affair, Janet's going to open and, of course, the original Jackson 5 ... Michael, Randy and the whole family ... We're in the studio, we're planning on being out there next year."

    The Jacksons received a lifetime achievement award from BMI in early September in Los Angeles, but brother Marlon made no secret of his displeasure with Michael's absence at the ceremony.

    Asked where Jackson was, he told the Associated Press, "I don't know. I think he's in Egypt riding a camel or something."

    The Jacksons rose to fame in the late '60s recording for Motown. Brother Michael had become a solo star by the late '70s, although he remained in the group through the 1984 album "Victory." One last release, 1989's "2300 Jackson Street," featured limited involvement by him and Marlon.


    be cool to see if there's still an audience for them - I guess Michael still does all right on stage even though his offstage life is a freak show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LowLifeFlatHeadScum View Post
    Okay gang.....I'm looking to expand my library with some Motown classics, and while we're at it we might as well discuss the genius of Smoky Robinson, Stevie, and the Four Tops. Talk about the best of one of the most memorable periods of music. What are the Motown greats for you?


    One of my favorite songs by Smokey is Crusin. That song is the schnizzitt! I love alot of the Motown sound. Great thread, SCUM.


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    I love Motown - so many great songs. Smokey kicks ass! Tears of a Clown, Cruisin...excellent. Just My Imagination by the Temptations...classic.
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    any exploration of motown has to include Standing in the Shadow of Motown...probably the best music doc I've ever seen and gives an incredible group of musicians the "props" they so deserve for their contribution to music and culture. Props they certainly didn't get from berry gordy when he moved motown from detroit to california. The house band at motown played on EVERYTHING...not just the hits, not just the classics, everything. Those guys were as good as anyone, as good as Phil Spector's Wrecking Crew, as good as Brian Wilson's army during his Pet Sounds era, as good as Elvis' live band during the Vegas years...the Funk Brothers were incredible.

    As for the vocal groups they back, I'm partial to the early era, the supremes, martha and the vandellas, the tops and temptations...during the early to mid 60's those groups could do no wrong, their incredible vocal stylings over those phenomally hot tracks were just unbeatable.

 

 

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