The Grammy-winning song is a revered example of the group’s fruitful relationship with producer Norman Whitfield and his co-writer Barrett Strong
1965 was the year that Motown went into the stratosphere, releasing a string of classic singles and taking their legendary Revue shows to Europe.
From autumn 1964 to spring 1965, Motown went from being a hit-making Detroit-based indie to a globally adored imprint. Discover this key period in pictures.
Gilles Pétard gives uDiscover a unique insight into Motown’s French invasion of 1965 and the Motortown Revue In Paris box set.
Here they are, 45 of the greatest soul records of all time
The record that confirmed the love affair between the UK and the Four Tops, 'Reach Out I'll Be There,' made No. 1 for them in the UK in October 1966.
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...
'Let's Get It On,' that classic of bedroom soul, made its first appearance on both the Billboard pop and R&B charts of July 14, 1973 for Marvin Gaye.
On November 20, 1971, Rod Stewart followed 'Maggie May' by hitting the Hot 100 again with a cover of one of his favourite groups, the Temptations.
The death of Jimmy Ruffin, at the age of 78, robs us of another of the great vocal stylists of Motown’s glory years.
Here are 14 magical Motown 45s. The creativity that went into making Motown's records is legendary...
The No. 1s came thick and fast for the Temptations in the late 60s. 46 years ago, the Tempts got their fourth in 20 months with ‘I Can’t Get Next To You.’
The Temptations. With interviews from the band, we how Smokey Robinson made this all-male vocal group one of the biggest names on the planet.
Motown left Detroit a long time ago, but the record company who gave us Diana, Marvin, Smokey & Stevie continues to exert a huge influence on popular music.
Is the Temptations’ story coming to Broadway? The history of the famous group could be following the Motown musical onto the Great White Way.
Grand Funk Railroad, are enjoying a busy 45th anniversary year, with a packed schedule that sees them playing far & wide across their beloved United States.