An overlooked Motown classic, Wild And Peaceful introduced Teena Marie as an assertive, self-determining artist with an impressive range of skills.
After paying dues all through the 1960s, the American soul man's hard work finally paid divident
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Released on 16 March 1976, Marvin Gaye’s ‘I Want You’ was a deeply personal album that laid the blueprint for the R&B and neo soul stars of the 90s and 00s.
Formed in 1969, Egg were a classic prog rock band that went on to spawn some unusual musical follow-ups, and also released a must-hear debut album.
Robert Palmer released his fourth album Double Fun on 1 March 1978, and its single 'Every Kinda People' became his first US top 40 hit.
Attempting to build on the success of Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone The Temptations’ And Norman Whitfield created Masterpiece in 1973.
A new film being delevoped by Twentieth Century Fox and Polygram Entertainment about legendary reggae icon Bob Marley' music is in the works
Dennis Edwards, lead singer with Motown legends the Temptations from 1968 up to 1977 and again in later years, has died in Chicago at the age of 74.
Some songwriters have a greater ability to pluck classic songs from the ether than others, so what sets the great songwriters apart?
Stevie Wonder's 'Happy Birthday' led directly to the enshrinement of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, Day, observed in the US for the first time in January 1986.
The first eight hits by the Jackson 5 were all on their first compilation, ‘Greatest Hits,' which made its US chart debut on 1 January 1972.
The first lady of Motown experienced an auspicious moment on 19 December 1960, as Mary Wells made her R&B chart debut with 'Bye Bye Baby.'
'With You I'm Born Again,' which made the UK chart on 15 December, 1979, paired the talents of keyboard great Billy Preston and Motown notable Syreeta.
With the classic Blaxploitation soundtrack Trouble Man, Marvin Gaye asserted his creative freedom in an audacious follow-up to What's Going On.