Motown: Artist by Artist

Motown: Artist by Artist

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In 1959 songwriter Berry Gordy Jr founded the Motown record label in Detroit. The company name was to become synonymous with great music as Gordy took the sound of black America to the world. Motown racked up hit after hit, launching the careers of megastars like Diana Ross and the Supremes, and the Jackson 5. "Motown Artist by Artist" relates the history of one of popular music's longest lasting success stories through profiles of the singers and musicians who made the hits. From Ashford & Simpson to Stevie Wonder, every Motown success story is here!

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  • Hardback | 144 pages
  • 219.96 x 219.96mm
  • Demand Media Limited
  • ChobhamUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • 1909217646
  • 9781909217645
  • 860,274

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