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Label: Tamla Motown ‎– 537 482-5, Universal Music Catalogue ‎– 537 482-5.

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The concept of The Motown 7s series is to revisit the era when Motown was ‘The sound of Young America’ and showcase a selection of fine soulful tunes previously hidden away on albums or CD collections on seven-inch singles. Such was the productivity of the Motown’s roster of artists, many potential hits were left on the shelf for no obvious reason other than the. The Motown 7s Vinyl Box: Volume 3 is released on 23 September 2016.

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The motown 7S vinyl box: volume 3 - new 7 box set. 5,469. 04 rub. + 42. 4 rub. Various ‎– The Motown 7s Box - Rare And Unreleased 7" Vinyl Box Set NEW/SEALED. 93 RUB. Various - The Motown 7s Box Vo. (Lt. dt. Vinyl Maxi (7) Universal NEW. 5,785.

The Motown 7's Vinyl: Volume 3. Various Artists. 2. The Isley Brothers - My love is your love (forever). Universal Music Catalogue are proud to release the Motown 7s Box – a collection of 14 rare and previously unreleased vinyl gems. Highlights include Do I Love You by Frank Wilson - the world's rarest Motown 45 as an original pressing.

Amchitka: The 1970 Concert That Launched Greenpeace (2010). Eric Clapton Crossroads Guitar Festival (2013). The Motown Collection (2008). This One's For Him: A Tribute to Guy Clark (2011). ZZ Top: A Tribute From Friends (2011). Ensconced in a small conference room in the label’s Detroit headquarters Motown founder Berry Gordy would convene his producers and songwriters to defend their latest works, pitting one song against another to ensure that only the best ones be released as singles and album tracks.