Best motown songs
Founded 60 years ago in Detroit, Michigan, Motown was the label that launched a musical revolution. In The Name of Love are timeless classics that remain as popular today as when they were first released. The Top will be counted down on August 26 between 12pm and 6pm, presented in two sections, by first by Craig Charles followed by Trevor Nelson. Stevie Wonder in Shutterstock. Number 1 on the chart goes to Superstition by music legend Stevie Wonder.
That Berry Gordy turned his independent Detroit -based soul imprint into one of the biggest record labels of all time is achievement enough. That its songs still sit among the greatest and most soulful ever recorded is testament to the relentless quality of the artists and songwriters Gordy hired. Let us know in the comments section below. Assertive, powerful, and groovy, this smash is beautifully delivered by the great Eddie Kendricks. Perhaps The Velvelettes needed more attention, or to shout louder — but they surely had talent to spare. With a chorus driven into your brain by a guitar like an angry hornet, this has the pop fashion of all over it. A wild version supplied a much-needed UK hit for The Fall in His hoarse voice fronted a slew of hits, including this guttural dance-craze romp it suits The Pony.
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