On 23 March 1967, work was completed on one of many memorable Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell collaborations on Motown, ‘Your Precious Love.’
The immortal soul landmark 'My Girl' by the Temptations, written by Smokey Robinson, is among 2018's new additions to the National Recording Registry.
The second R&B No. 1 Marvin Gaye tribute in a row hit the top on 16 March 1985, as Diana Ross' 'Missing You' was followed by the Commodores' 'Nightshift.'
After many previous chart battles with the Beatles, on 11 March 1967 the Supremes unseated the Rolling Stones with 'Love Is Here And Now You're Gone.'
Released on 6 March1970, Psychedelic Shack was the Temptations psychedelic album that completed their journey into a more experimental sound.
When it came to a new Smokey Robinson song, Mary Wells' departure from the Motown hierarchy was Brenda Holloway's gain with 'When I'm Gone.'
On 27 February 1965, Martha & the Vandellas added their entry to Motown's list of greats that year, as they entered the Hot 100 with 'Nowhere To Run.'
'That Girl,' one of the most underrated singles in the Stevie Wonder catalogue, was No. 1 on the US R&B chart on 20 February 1982.
In February 1965, ‘Stop! In The Name Of Love’ entered the Hot 100 for the Supremes. Within five weeks, it was their fourth single in a row to make No.1.
On Smokey Robinson’s 18th birthday, 19 February 1958, his first single with the Miracles was released, and a great career began with an answer record.