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Susanne DePasse Talks More About Motown 25 DVD Release

Sources: Detroit Free Press – By Brian McCollum | All Things Michael

It was the show that sent Michael Jackson into the stratosphere, burnished Diana Ross’ diva reputation and gave Marvin Gaye a final high-profile stage. 994 more words

Michael Jackson

Extraordinary PT. 2 (The Art Is Revolutionary)

As we proceed and continue!!  agreements concerning my freedom are not arbitrary.

True indeed!!  breakbeat scientific principles are maintained!!  this art is revolutionary.

These measures taken are extraordinary!! 232 more words

Breakbeat Science

Temptin': SoulMusic Reissues The Temptations' Atlantic Albums On One CD

When The Temptations departed Berry Gordy’s historic Motown label in 1977, the Motown roster was in the midst of dramatic change.  The Tempts followed in the footsteps of their onetime labelmates like The Four Tops, Gladys Knight and the Pips, The Spinners and even The Jackson 5, all of whom had departed Motown.  773 more words


Today's song from my subconscious

This song actually came into my head a couple of days ago but I had not had the chance to post until now.



Suave is an R&B singer from Los Angeles, California. Born on February 22, 1966, he went on to hit the American top 40 charts with a cover of The Temptations’ “My Girl” in 1988. 10 more words

Most Importantly - The Vinyl

Saturday Matinee - The Temptations & Edwin Starr, Eric Burdon & War, and Seasick Steve

Edwin Starr lip-synched the classic song “War” in 1969. Good God, y’all. Originally recorded by The Temptations, their version was squelched and re-recorded with Starr on vocals. 96 more words


The Way You Do the Things You Do

A classic brain-child song of Smokey Robinson’s. This song was written on the road, no less, as Smokey as his co-hort made light-hearted exchanges regarding pick-up lines. 386 more words