This is out next week, but you can order The Stateside Motown 7s box set right now if you want one.
As far as we can see, there is no physical release of Motown Encyclopedia by Graham Betts, so if you want it, you’ll have to download it to either your Kindle or Kindle app.
It’s Motown, but perhaps not the usual compilation fayre on Motown Rhythm & Blues ’59-’62, which is released on Vee-Tone.
Thanks to Jason again for flagging this book up, which had passed me by. I'm talking Hype and Soul by Al Abrams, which is sure to be of interest to any Motown fans.
It launched a couple of weeks back, with Strutt! returning to the capital on Saturday October 8th.
If you're on the hunt for a club night next weekend in the capital, Don't Drop Out could be an option.
Yes, those Motown cellars keep on giving, enough to produce the Cellarful of Motown Volume 4 CD. We're talking 50 never before heard tunes from Motown, headed up by 'Why Don't You Come Home', a previously-unheard 1968 track by Stevie Wonder, along with stomper 'Born To Be Bad' by Edwin […]
In case you missed it, new this week is the rather interesting Motown Around The World (The Classic Singles) album. It's actually a reissue of an album that sneaked out in 1990, now expanded to A 38-track double CD. The clue is in the title – Motown re-recorded a number […]