The song turned out to be the end of a US pop crossover story that had begun eight years earlier.
Stevie Wonder made a surprise appearance on March 29 during his current American tour, when he attended New Salem Baptist Church in north Minneapolis.
‘Marvin Gaye: 1961-1965,' the first of three vinyl box sets celebrating the catalogue of Marvin Gaye, will be released worldwide by USM in May.
The copyright case between Marvin Gaye’s ‘Got To Give It Up’ and Robin Thicke’s ‘Blurred Lines’ has led to a big digital upswing for Gaye.
Robert Gordon's wonderful book, Respect Yourself, tells the story of Stax Records, a story that's closer to a Greek Tragedy than modern day record company.
The complete Stax Volt Soul Singles box set is 213 tracks of some fabulous soul music along with some great blues records.
Mary J. Blige has announced a new UK single and three major shows in England in July 2015.
15 years ago today, the ‘Voodoo’ album served notice that D'Angelo was the soul sound of the new millennium, when it debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
'Where I’m Coming From' was the album that began the march of Stevie Wonder towards creative independence, so let’s reDiscover this classic record.
The original Bar-Kays got their name from a billboard for Bacardi rum with missing letters and because it was akin to another Stax band, The Mar-Keys.
Universal Music has remastered the Stevie Wonder retrospective ‘The Definitive Collection’ to mark what is set to be a major period of new appreciation.
Jr. Walker & the All Stars' follow-up to 'Shotgun' was the instrumental ‘Cleo’s Mood,’ which hit the Billboard Hot 100 on January 15, 1966.
After 'Keep On Truckin'' topped the R&B charts, 'Boogie Down' continued the soul man's brilliant form and did the same.
On January 4, 1964, after their dance craze smash with ‘Mickey’s Monkey,’ the Miracles made the US chart with the LP it inspired, 'Doin' Mickey's Monkey.'
The 40th anniversary of a fine album by Rufus, one of the great soul and funk act of the 1970s, is the perfect opportunity to reDiscover ‘Rufusized.’
Stevie Wonder ended the calendar year of 1973 as he’d begun it: on top of the US R&B singles chart, this time with Living For The City.