The group's first 'Greatest Hits' compilation made its Billboard chart debut on the first day of the new year.
Yuletide classics by everyone from Frank Sinatra to Paul McCartney and Chuck Berry… the best Christmas songs of all time are the gifts that keep on giving.
Never shy of a little chutzpah, Motown announced that the soon-to-be-solo Diana had discovered the label’s new quintet herself.
Jackson 5’s exuberant version of ‘I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus’ remains one of the most uplifting Christmas songs of all time.
The summer of 1969 saw the world united in hope, but by the end of the year, the death of the 60s dream left the world asking: What's next?
For the perfect soundtrack for a festive get-together, the Motown Christmas playlist features the best Motown Christmas songs from the legendary label.
A generous offering for the holidays, ‘A Motown Christmas’ includes seasonal classics from Stevie, Smokey, The Supremes, and Jackson 5.
The best Christmas hip-hop and R&B songs find Kanye giving the gift of a guest spot and Kurtis Blow doing a different kind of Christmas wrapping.
With some of its icons still making hits, and a new breed of R&B star rising through the ranks, Motown continued to dominate the charts in the 80s and 90s.
The 1970 compilation was not only another collection of big hits from the label, it became the latest No.1 in the series itself.
Motown’s secret weapon, Marc Bolan’s widow, and a Northern soul icon, Gloria Jones’ legacy extends far beyond ‘Tainted Love.’
Motown’s inspired decision to release the three-year-old ‘Tears Of A Clown’ as a UK 45 led it to No.1 in Britain and a belated US release.
The song turned out to be the end of a US pop crossover story that had begun eight years earlier.
The ebullient song was composed by the Motown writing team known as The Corporation, with Alphonso Mizell, Freddie Perren, Deke Richards, and Berry Gordy himself.
Mass-marketed music for the X-Factor generation promoting attractive, clean-living male singers is hardly a new thing.