Alongside his fellow Funk Brothers, he helped weave the very fabric of Tamla Motown’s imposing and infectious sound.
If you’re a key member of a successful band, the solo bug will bite. Here we salute some of the most notable artists who found life after the band.
In the first week of 1966, the duo arrived on the national US scene with the first in a series of classic singles for Stax.
Groundbreaking album art will be on display in London, Manchester and Glasgow as part of the celebrations.
Warren Pete Moore, singer with Smokey Robinson and The Miracles and a Motown songwriter of some repute has died aged 78 in Las Vegas
The very idea of a group of young men singing together in harmony has been the bedrock of pop music for as long as young people have been buying records.
Running for over four decades, ‘Top Of The Pops’ was a beloved television institution that became the go-to destination for music legends the world over.
The expanded reissue of ‘Motortown Revue: Live In Paris’ proves that Berry Gordy’s were firing on all cylinders in the French capitol in 1965.
Barney Ales was a key figure behind the scenes at Motown, and tells uDiscover why 1965 was such a pivotal year for the label.
Dusty Springfield released her most iconic song, ‘You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me’, in 1966: a single that both defined her career, and the 60s.
For Motown fans, the label's French EPs are much-sought rarities. The ‘Motortown Revue: The French EPs 1965’ box set reissues five classics.
1965 was the year that Motown went into the stratosphere, releasing a string of classic singles and taking their legendary Revue shows to Europe.
Motortown Revue: Live In Paris, features liner notes written by Motown historian Adam White. He gives uDiscover a unique insight into these recordings.
Gilles Pétard gives uDiscover a unique insight into Motown’s French invasion of 1965 and the Motortown Revue In Paris box set.
The Big, Big Sound From Detroit was the first time that Motown revealed the names of The Funk Brothers, the musicians that played on its records
We’ve recreated the original Motortown Revue In Paris concert setlist, using a mix of classic studio versions and performances from the 1965 live album.