BLAZO’S DINER & DRIVE IN * 1964
‘THE MAKING OF MOTOWN’
The film tracks the unique system that Gordy assembled that enabled Motown to become the most successful record label of all time.
The creation and initial success of Motown was achieved during a period of significant racial tensions in America and amid the burgeoning civil rights movement.
(SHOWTIME Channel; You Tube)
THE SUPREMES on THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW
Mary Wilson passed away on February 8, 2021. She was 76.
In memory of Mary Wilson, we are featuring three classic Motown video performances by The Supremes on the Ed Sullivan Show.
The Supremes May 1, 1966 * The Supremes May 7, 1967 * The Supremes May 1, 1966
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Essentially, at 11 years old, it is beginning to struggle a little bit. Having been inspected, it is going in for a needed fix (Monday, February 15) and it will be upgraded with two new drivers (as I was told it is much needed as “the current driver is old and beginning to slow down”). So, we will be back here on Motor City Radio Flashbacks as soon as we can.
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UPDATE 2/18/21: We are now ready to go on Motor City Radio Flashbacks! Look for our newest posts, beginning on Monday, February 22
DETROIT FREE PRESS
— Friday, November 11, 1966 —
DETROIT FREE PRESS | CKLW
Above article is courtesy freep.com newspaper archive. Copyright 2021. Newspapers.com
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CKLW BIG 30 RECORDS 1967
— FEBRUARY 6 —
“The listing of 30 records herein is the opinion of CKLW based on its survey of record sales, listener requests and CKLW’s judgement of the record’s appeal.”
PREVIEWED FOR THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 6-13, 1967
The above CKLW chart was digitally restored by Motor City Radio Flashbacks
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— In Memory of George Griggs —
A SPECIAL THANK YOU
A sincere, thank you, Mrs. Patti Griggs. This featured presentation would have not been possible without your generosity, dedication, and your continuous support.
Above CKLW music chart courtesy of Mrs. Patti Griggs and the George L. Griggs estate.