Vinyl Album - Various Artists - Motown Memories - Tamla Motown - UK

Vinyl Album - Various Artists - Motown Memories - Tamla Motown - UK

Vinyl Album - Various Artists - Motown Chartbusters Vol.3 - Tamla Motown - UK

Vinyl Album - Various Artists - Motown Chartbusters Vol.3 - Tamla Motown - UK

Vinyl Album - Various Artists - A Collection Of 16 Big Hits (Vol. 5) - Tamla Motown - UK

Vinyl Album - Various Artists - A Collection Of 16 Big Hits (Vol. 5) - Tamla Motown - UK

Stevie Wonder - Music of My Mind Tamla Motown LP Vinyl Record Album stores.ebay.com/capcollectibles

Stevie Wonder - Music of My Mind Tamla Motown LP Vinyl Record Album stores.ebay.com/capcollectibles

Motown Music Corp. Record Label  Advertisement 60's Graphic Art / Soul Music ) Motown has five major labels – Tamla, Motown, Gordy, Soul and V.I.P.

Record Label Advertisement Graphic Art / Soul Music ) Motown has five major labels – Tamla, Motown, Gordy, Soul and V.

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Tamla Motown - Globe Logo T Shirt

This soulful tee features the Tamla Motown Globe Logo. Founded by Berry Gordy in 1959 Motown Records was the first Record Label owned by an African American to

"Hitsville USA" is the location of Motown Records at 2648 West Grand Blvd. in Detroit, where Berry Gordy started his own label, Tamla. (The Detroit News archives)

Berry Gordy bought a house in down town Detroit and began recording music in the basement. He named it Hitsville USA and the record company MOTOWN was born!

Tamla Motown and northern soul were the back drop of my teens.

Tamla Motown and northern soul were the back drop of my teens.

Frank Wilson - Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) - Northern Soul Music - Rare Soul Records - 70s Soul Music

Loved the Tamla Motown sound! Frank Wilson - Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) - Northern Soul Music - Rare Soul Records - Soul Music

You Can't Hurry Love.      The Supremes.  Tamla Motown record label, Detroit.

"You Can't Hurry Love" by The Supremes, Tamla Motown record label, Detroit, MI

Mary Wells:  "The Queen of Motown" until her departure from the company in 1964, at the height of her popularity. She was one of Motown's first singing superstars.

Mary Wells: "The Queen of Motown" until her departure from the Supreams in at the height of her popularity. She was one of Motown's first singing superstars.

The Four Tops..ain't no woman like the one I got!.....I sooo love oldie but goodie music!!! Perfect music for a Sunday drive...

The Four Tops - Ain't No Woman Like the One I Got!I sooo love oldies but goodies music! Perfect music for a Sunday drive.

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