'Heat Wave' sizzled as the second R&B hit for Martha & the Vandellas and their pop breakthrough.
Deft footwork was required to get 'It's The Same Old Song' into stores on 9 July 1965.
The sole surviving co-founder of the Motown legends talks to us about his place in their history, their new album 'All The Time' and much more.
After paying dues all through the 1960s, the American soul man's hard work finally paid divident
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.'
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.'
Great Britain was still catching up with the Four Tops when something historic happened on 10 February 1968: they landed Motown's first UK No. 1 album.
Motown legends The Temptations and The Four Tops have announced a major UK tour of arenas for this forthcoming winter of 2018
Tim Hardin, who wrote such beautiful and enduring songs as 'If I Were A Carpenter' and 'Reason To Believe,' died on 29 December 1980 at the age of just 39.
In appreciation of Abdul 'Duke' Fakir, the last surviving original member of the Four Tops, who was born on 26 December 1935.
‘I’ve Passed This Way Before,’ the follow-up to ‘What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted,’ entered Billboard’s R&B chart of Christmas Eve 1966 for Jimmy Ruffin.
UMC have announced the physical 4CD release of Motown Unreleased 1966 which includes cassic tracks and songs from the label's vault
British fans were getting excitations from the Beach Boys late in 1966. 'Good Vibrations' reached No. 1 there on 17 November that year.
On 13 November 1965, James Brown hit the Billboard Hot 100 with the song that became his second big crossover single in a row, ‘I Got You (I Feel Good).’
The special relationship between Motown and its British devotees was in full effect once again on October 1970, on Motown Chartbusters Volume 4.