Motown Unreleased 1969 (Remastered) Various Artists - Motown

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Genre: R&B

Subgenre: Motown

Artist: Various Artists - Motown

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  • 1For Once In My Life (Remastered)02:51
  • 2Can't Do Without Your Love (Remastered)02:48
  • 3It's Love I Need (Remastered)04:00
  • 4My World Is Empty Without You (Remastered)02:45
  • 5Pretty Little Brown Skin Girl (Remastered)03:30
  • 6Forever I'll Love You (Remastered)03:04
  • 7(Baby) I Need You (Remastered)03:22
  • 8Look Out Your Window (Remastered)03:30
  • 9I'll Always Love You (Remastered)02:59
  • 10Stone Soul Booster (Remastered)04:25
  • 11You Took Me This Far (Take Me All The Way) (Remastered)03:05
  • 12Won't You Come And Fly With Me (Remastered)03:08
  • 13Born Just To Be That Way (Remastered)03:15
  • 14What About Me (Remastered)02:40
  • 15Too Many Fish In The Sea (Remastered)02:08
  • 16Fan The Flame (Remastered)03:10
  • 17The Last Thing On My Mind (Remastered)03:16
  • 18Backfire (Version 1) (Remastered)03:48
  • 19I Had A Dream (Opus 1) (Remastered)03:05
  • 20Why (Must We Fall In Love) (Remastered)03:10
  • 21What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted (Remastered)02:55
  • 22Ask The Lonely (Remastered)02:51
  • 23Yesterday's Dreams (Remastered)02:57
  • 24I Got To Get To California (Remastered)02:51
  • 25Blame It On War (Remastered)03:08
  • 26The Jackpot (Remastered)02:32
  • 27Don't Think It's Me (Remastered)03:09
  • 28MacArthur Park/Didn't We (Remastered)03:24
  • 29Someone For My Own (Remastered)02:39
  • 30One Lucky Day I Found You (Remastered)02:55
  • 31Generation (Remastered)02:27
  • 32Country Girl (Remastered)02:48
  • 33Something You Got (Studio Version) (Remastered)05:43
  • 34At Last (I Found A Love) (Remastered)03:41
  • 35Love Is Here And Now You're Gone (Remastered)03:07
  • 36What's So Good About Good Bye (Remastered)03:06
  • 37You've Really Got A Hold On Me (Remastered)03:22
  • 38The Stranger (Remastered)03:18
  • 39I Wish It Would Rain (Remastered)02:50
  • 40Start Out A New Day (Remastered)03:35
  • 41All The Shades In Between (Remastered)03:27
  • 42You Ain't Livin' Till You're Lovin' (Remastered)02:25
  • 43Pain From My Loneliness (Remastered)02:57
  • 44All I Could Do Was Cry (Remastered)05:28
  • 45Home Is Where The Heart Is (Remastered)02:40
  • 46Mister Moon (Remastered)02:44
  • 47Your Heartaches I Can Surely Heal (Remastered)03:01
  • 48Dancing In The Street (Remastered)04:40
  • 49I'll Take Care Of Business (Remastered)02:25
  • 50Pride, Foolish Pride (Remastered)04:47
  • 51Moratorium (Remastered)03:22
  • 52While They Watch (Remastered)02:47
  • 53This Is The Beginning (Remastered)03:04
  • 54I Blew My Mind (Remastered)02:54
  • 55Chicken Little 69 (Remastered)02:45
  • 56You're My World (Remastered)03:00
  • 57Touched By Love (Remastered)03:30
  • 58When Push Comes To Shove (Remastered)03:18
  • 59I Gotta Cover A Whole Lotta Ground (Remastered)02:55
  • 60Tomorrow's Child (Remastered)04:30
  • Total Runtime03:13:56

Info for Motown Unreleased 1969 (Remastered)

Motown heavy-hitters, soul superstars, and fan favorites abound on these two collections. There’s a wealth of Stevie Wonder rarities, for example, from his cover of “I Left My Heart in San Francisco” and rare original recordings, to live material recorded at Detroit’s Fox Theatre in December, 1968. Motown Unreleased: 1968 also includes an early version of The Four Tops’ “Yesterday’s Dreams”, Marvin Gaye rarities, Billy Eckstine sessions, a handful of outtakes by Gladys Knight and the Pips, and a Christmas message from Smokey Robinson and the Miracles. Martha Reeves and the Vandellas also feature with their takes on “Ode To Billie Joe” and Arthur Conley’s “Sweet Soul Music.” Cult favorite Blinky appears with a number of tracks, as well.

Motown was about singles, not albums. Despite a handful of very notable exceptions (albums such as Marvin Gaye's What's Going On, or Stevie Wonder's unmatched string of masterpieces in the 1970's), what distinguished Motown were the singles - thousands of them, on subsidiary labels like Tamla, Gordy, Soul, and VIP, as well as Motown Records proper. An enormous percentage of these platters made the charts, and they form the heart and soul of the label's legacy.

Motown came of age in the early 60's, when singles were the primary medium for pop music, as an art form and as product. Albums, conversely, were an afterthought in terms of both production and repertoire. Most albums (at Motown and elsewhere) consisted of a couple of singles and a bunch of filler - second-rate songs and covers of current hits or standards - or they were thematic productions, such as The Soulful Moods of Marvin Gaye (1961), Stevie Wonder's Tribute To Uncle Ray (1962), or The Supremes Sing Rodgers and Hart (1967), aimed at filling a niche market.

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