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Incredible Memories Of Motown In The 1960s

In 1959, a young black songwriter from Detroit named Berry Gordy began a record company with a loan of $800 from his family. His vision was unique — just as the assembly lines of Detroit lead the world’s automotive industry, Motown Record Company would become a factory of hit singles and music super stars. In the decade to come, Gordy defined the sound of American music and changed the music world forever.

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