Tag: British Invasion

The Power of Motown and Its Cultural Impact in 1960s Britain

Through its infectious melodies and suave style, Motown didn’t just provide the soundtrack to the sixties; it captured the spirit of a transforming nation. The arrival of this fresh, funky phenomenon triggered a Motown frenzy, as British youth eagerly embraced the label’s artists and aesthetics. Soon, the Motown vibe had permeated the cultural landscape, its influence evident in everything from dance moves to dress codes.

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1964 in Review: The Winds of Change

As the Sixties swung into gear, 1964 proved a monumental year for Britain, with seismic cultural shifts via the Beatles’ US invasion, Labour’s return to power, Match of the Day’s launch, and more propelling the nation into a transformative new era.

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Motown Greatest Hits

2019 marks the 60th year of MOTOWN, widely regarded as the greatest, most successful and best-loved record label in music and to commemorate this landmark anniversary Motown will be issuing a brand new Greatest Hits compilation featuring 60 tracks from across their enormously influential and remarkable history.

The 3CD version of the album features legendary Motown artists including The Supremes, Marvin Gaye, Temptations, Four Tops, Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, The Jackson 5 and Lionel Richie.

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