A ’60s Detroit Music Moment Revisited: 1965
DETROIT (March 21, 1965) — Eight doors off the first floor hallway at 2652 West Grand Boulevard and when they are closed, the tiny passageway grows eerie. You are alone there, but with a distant sound of music — a music that is part blues, part gospel and a lot of rhythm.
It takes a keen perception to open the right door to the music. (CONTINUES — please read the complete article below) . . . .
— DETROIT FREE PRESS
MOTOWN RECORDS 1959 – 1965
Motor City Radio Flashbacks is re-posting this article today, in commemoration of Berry Gordy’s Motown Records’ founding, 59 years ago, January 1959.
This article was previously published on the website, April 17, 2017.
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(Above Motown related article is courtesy freep.com newspaper archive. Copyright 2018. Newspapers.com).
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