The Chairmen of the Board teamed up with Motown legends Holland-Dozier-Holland to create a Beach Music classic
When Holland-Dozier-Holland left Motown in 1968 the team needed new hitmakers. They found them in 100 PROOF.
When Dennis Edwards replaced David Ruffin in the Temptations their sound changed but the hits kept coming
Known primarily as background singers, the Originals got some help from Marvin Gaye and had their own hits
Best known as a songwriter/producer, Lamont Dozier also had hits on his own
Kim Weston – a Motown legend who could have had more
Brenda Holloway hit it big. A year later BS&T hit it bigger.
One of the great songs of the ’80s has a classic pedigree
Mary Wells was the First Lady of Motown
Florence Ballard was part of one last hit before she was brutally dismissed from the Supremes
And thus ends another year on our trolley ride through the land of Time-Life’s “AM Gold: 1967.”
We’re one week away from the end of AM Gold: 1966, and for the Popdose staff it seems it couldn’t come fast enough.
The Holland-Dozier-Holland song “Baby Don’t You Do It” had some great cover versions, but it’s hard to to to the Marvin Gaye original.
Eddie Holland had moderate success as a recording artist, but his greatest contribution came as a member of one of the leading songwriting teams in history.
When General Norman Johnson died on Oct. 13, the world of soul music suffered another incalculable loss. Ken Shane remembers the great singer.
Today is a very important day in the history of popular music. It was on this day in 1959 that Motown was born. An auto worker by the name of…