By 1970, it was time for a second seasonal album offering from Smokey and the group.
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.
Motown's 'Motortown Revue' In Paris is reissued on both 2CD and 3LP formats by Universal via PledgeMusic on 12 February 2016, along with an EPs box set.
‘The Whole World’s Shaking: The Complete Recordings 1963-66,' an elegant new document of the seminal early work of Georgie Fame, is just out on UMC.
The tribute concert in honor of Smokey Robinson that will close out the 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Music Masters series in November is to feature three former labelmates from...
The soundtrack of ‘Legend,’ starring Tom Hardy as both of the Kray twins, is full of legends itself, such as Clapton, Mayall, the Small Faces and many more.
A new film recorded during Eric Clapton’s 2015 shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall will be in cinemas next month, ahead of its release on DVD by Eagle Rock.
A hidden gem by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles made its Billboard Hot 100 debut on June 18, 1966, ‘Whole Lot Of Shakin’ In My Heart (Since I Met You).’
‘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.
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.'
On September 30, 1967, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles returned to the Billboard album chart with another classy offering, ‘Make It Happen.’
In 1981, Kim Carnes came up with the album that would make her a platinum-selling celebrity in the US, and take her around the world. That album was our Rediscovered Gem —...