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The O'Jays The O'Jays were one of the most popular black vocal groups of the '70s, when they were in effect the voice of producers Gamble and Huff. They had eight #1 RB singles from 1972 to 1978, including “Back Stabbers

The O'Jays formed in 1958 originally consisting of Eddie Levert, Walter Williams, William Powell, Bobby Massey and Bill Isles.

Detroit, where it all began....lots of real HISTORY  ....some good....some not so good!  GM made this town...then you could also say MOTown made the town OVER! You go Diana Ross and Ladies! -"Ain't NO Mountain High Enough"!  Sing it and I am in MOTown....  ctc

Travel to Detroit to visit my favourite music record label Motown Records

The Temptations (front to back): David Ruffin (1941-1991), Melvin Franklin (1942-1995), Paul Williams (1939-1973), Eddie Kendricks (1939-1992), and Otis Williams.

The Temptations (Original): David Ruffin, Melvin Franklin, Paul Williams, Eddie Kendricks, and Otis Williams

delfonics

The Delfonics –pioneering Philadelphia soul singing group, popular in the late and early 1970 Members included Members William Hart Wilbert Hart Greg Hill Salaam Love Joe Branch Garfield Fleming Major Harris

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Black Civil Rights….America in the 1950’s

The Supremes "Come See About Me" Live on Shindig 1964 .. Love there outfits, there coordination is perfect!

The Supremes "Come See About Me" Live on Shindig 1964 . Love there outfits, there coordination is perfect!

Carpenters were an American vocal and instrumental duo, consisting of sister Karen and brother Richard Carpenter. The Carpenters were the #1 selling American music act of the 1970s.

Carpenters were an American vocal and instrumental duo, consisting of sister Karen and brother Richard Carpenter. The Carpenters were the selling American music act of the

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