A Collection Of 16 Original Big Hits Vol. 5. Various Artists 27-04-2004. Total längd:45 min. 01. Shotgun ("16 Big Hits" Stereo Version). A Collection Of 16 Original Big Hits Vol. 03:01. Författare: Autry DeWalt, Kompositörer: Autry DeWalt. My Girl ("16 Big Hits" Stereo Version). 02:59. Författare: Smokey Robinson - Ronald White, Kompositörer: Smokey Robinson - Ronald White. Skriv minst 10 tecken. 250 återstående tecken DELA PÅ
Motown discs are a big part of the "Northern soul" scene in Britain, where 1960s soul records are collected and spun at dance clubs with a fanaticism seen nowhere else. This two-CD, 48-track set compiles a lot of the rarer and more sought-after Motown items among the Northern soul crowd. For those outside the . with little or no knowledge of the Northern soul cult, the raison d'être of this compilation means little or nothing. When the small Top Forty hits of Brenda Holloway's "When I'm Gone" and the Marvelettes' "I'll Keep Holding On" qualify as about the most widely exposed songs, you know you're talking deep dives into the Motown vaults.
Motown discs are a big part of the "Northern soul" scene in Britain, where 1960s soul records are collected and spun at dance clubs with a fanaticism seen nowhere else. The anthology's a fine acquisition for those who don't collect Motown with an eye to piling up dozens of CDs' worth of rare material, but do want a lengthy, representative collection of seldom-spun tracks cut for the label. EAC extraction logfile from 9. December 2010, 16:17. Various, This Is Northern Soul! The Motown Sound Volume 1 - CD1. Used drive : Optiarc DVD RW AD-7170A Adapter: 2 ID: 1. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.
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The Motown Sound Vol. 1 Year Of Release: 2005 Country: World Label: Universal MusicMotown Set Number: 067 024-2 Genre: Soul, F. This CD is simply brilliant, bringing together all of the more 'rarer' Motown classics together, such as 'I'll Keep Holding On' by the Marvelettes and 'Just Walk in My Shoes' by Gladys Knight & the Pips. Welcome to the brand new version of ‘This Is Northern Soul Volumes One and Two’ affectionately known by fans as ‘TINS’ and originally released in 1997 and 1998 on the Debutante label. This reissue, now known as ‘This Is Northern Soul Volume One’, has been digitally remastered directly from original analogue Detroit masters. In the interest of maintaining.
By 1964, Motown had accumulated enough British hits for EMI to release a greatest hits album, A Collection of Tamla Motown Big Hits. Over the next few years, several more compilations were released, including six in the series 16 Original Big Hits. In 1967, the label issued the first of the Motown Chartbusters series. Although the series comprised mainly hit singles by various Motown artists, the albums also included other recordings that had not been hits in Britain and many significant single hits were excluded from the series
Perhaps no other act represents the Motown sound better than the Supremes. From their time as teenagers hanging around Hitsville begging and cajoling anyone to give them a chance or singing backup when needed, the Supremes became one of the best pop acts of all time. Working hard at recording and being a regular opening act for various Motown revues, the Monitors weren’t as successful as Motown would’ve wanted. To supplement their incomes they took other jobs within the label, such as Street being part of the Quality Control team. Motown didn’t think it good enough at the time as a single but three years later it hit big. However, it doesn’t get any better than side two opener More Love, with Robinson at his most personal in which he expresses his love and devotion to then-wife and fellow Miracle, Claudette, after she experienced a series of miscarriages.
Motown’s first single of 1972 all but declared the end of the label’s life in Detroit. The B side of the Four Tops‘ A Simple Game (a Moody Blues cover, cut in London with the Moodies as the session band) was a soft-psych confection, . Six months later, Motown announced the closing of its hometown offices. The Sound of Young America was now a California business.