Yes, Though question is rough.
The Tamla label started in Jan 1959 and the Motown label started in Sep 1959
12 songs were recorded on Tamla with "MONEY" being the most popular (also released nationally on ANNA label) Anna Gordy was Berry Gordy's sister.
1 song was released on the Motown label "Bad Girl" G-1 by "The Miracles" this title was transferred from the Tamla label TLX2207 that had a strange numbering convention and the only recording starting with TLX series. Both recorded/released SEP 1959.
Motown is a record label, not a group. Motown is now Motown Universal, but I suspect you're asking about Motown Classic. Motown Classic produced artists such as The Temptations, The Jackson 5, Rick James, Gladys Knight and the Pipps, Martha and the Vandellas, Aretha Franklin, The Four tops, The Commodores, etc. In the event that you do not know who these artists are, I suggest going to the Classic Motown website, and then downloading at least 3 tracks from each artist.
However said, "que sera, sera" by Doris Day must be stuck in 60's musicals!
Look up: Marvin Gaye, Donny Hathaway, War, Earth, Wind & Fire, the Commadores, (when Lional Ritchie was still with them), Donna Summer, Chaka Khan, Minnie Ripperton. This is too long a list to begin to cover. (Please tell me you were kidding)?
Motown music is music that originated when the industry began the role of racial integration with music. The majority of Motown music is Blues based but Motown is actually a recording label and they produce a wide range of music varieties.
It's located in Detroit, which is known as The Motor City....Motown is a shortened version.
Motown is one of the most successful record labels of all time, and they had a total of 180 number-one hits on the Billboard Hot 100. Here is a list of the top 10 most successful Motown singles: The Temptations - My Girl The Supremes - You Keep Me Hangin' On Martha & The Vandellas - Dancing In The Street The Four Tops - Reach Out I'll Be There Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - The Tracks Of My Tears The Supremes - Baby Love Marvin Gaye - I Heard It Through The Grapevine The Temptations - Ain't Too Proud To Beg The Contours - Do You Love Me Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - The Tears Of A ClownIn total, Motown had 180 number-one hits on the Billboard Hot 100, making them one of the most successful record labels of all time.
AnswerI think it was Barbara Mason.There was also another version made and it was done by Teri Desario
Any songs. It depends on the girl's style.
Try a Little Tenderness by Chris Brown
Two of the biggest ones were Tamla/Motown out of Detroit and Stax/Volt out of Memphis. http://popularmusichistory.com/
My Girl, by the Jackson 5 is one . . .
aint too proud to beg
Sad songs from lost brothers; e.g. Marvin Gaye.
Rick James's "Street Songs" (including the single "Super Freak") did appear on Motown. The Stylistics were signed to Avco Records.
Three of Marvin Gaye's songs were political: "What's Goin' on", "Mercy, mercy me", and "This ain't livin' (Make want ta' holler)". Smokey Robinson sang "Abraham, Martin and John". Diana Ross and the Supremes sang "The Happening", but don't remember what 'happened'. Edwin Starr sang "War, what is it good for?", but I'm not sure he was with Motown. ----
Here is a list of 5 songs from the Motown top 100 classic list. 1. I heard it through the grapevine - Marvin Gaye 2. My girl - Temptations 3. Reach out i'll be there - Four Tops 4.Where did our love go? - Supremes 5. Whats going on - Marvin Gaye Basically anything by Marvin Gaye, the supremes or Jackson 5 and your in classic Motown territory.
I Want You Back/The Love You Save/Never Can Say Goodbye/I'll Be There