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|Motown Records. Probably the greatest roster of recording artists ever collected together under one label. The label that, to many, rewrote both the musical and business structures that most fail to perfect still now.
After years in the army, on production lines at Detroit's Ford Motors plant and in his own failing jazz records store Berry Gordy began the eventual process that would lead to his forming Motown Records. A songwriter and producer in his own right, it was in January of 1959 that he first released a single on his own Tamla Records, that song was Marv Johnson's "Come to Me".
Throughout the 60's and 70's the Motown Sound was all over the radios and concert halls of the world. It spawned innumerable stars and countless hit records that time will never forget. Perhaps the best way to learn about what Motown was, and is now, is to visit the official site, Motown.com
Below are listed all the artists we have stocked who have at one time or another released on Motown Records, or on the subsidiary labels that Berry Gordy created Tamla, Gordy, CTI, Soul, V.I.P. and MoWest.
Choose the Motown artist of your choice to Buy New, Rare, Collectible, Used and Hard to Find CDs, CD Albums, Vinyl Albums, Vinyl records, Rare CD Singles, Picture Discs, Rare Vinyl, 12" singles, 10" singles, 7" singles, Limited Editions, Promos, Promotional items, Imports and Music Memorabilia.
Cheviot Ranters, The
Gordon McCullough And His Scot
Jean-Loup Baly & Jean Blanchar
Max Houliston And His Scottish
Old Mole Band, The
Scottish Fiddlers, The
Vielleux Du Bourbonnais