Book Review: Recollections The Detroit Years - The Motown Sound By The People Who Made It by Jack Ryancategories: Book, Music, Soul, Detroit Music, Motown Sound, Temptations, Supremes, Girl Groups, Soul Groups, Detroit Business, Music and Art, Funk Brothers, Motown
Jack Ryanabout this book: The 30Th Anniversary of RECOLLECTIONS: The Motown Sound By The People Who Made It is now available at Amazon.com and many other locations. This book has won the National Indie Excellence Award for Music in 2012 and contains pictures from the most exciting era of music in America. It all started in Detroit and the stories of the artists, the background people, the founder, Berry Gordy, and all of the great singers, dancers and the DJs who played "The Sound Of Young America".
The Readers Choice Awards said about RECOLLECTIONS, "They are all here: the people we listened to, danced to and totally enjoyed. They made our life more colorful! Reading about the songs made old memories come alive!"
"A strong pick for any fan of Motown," -- Midwest Book Review
This is a book by a fan for fans and contains pictures from the stars own personal collections along with behind the scenes information on the music that was the sound track for one of the most influential periods in our history.
So come back to Detroit, Baby.......
Motown Never forgets!
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Motown still sings
a comment by Jack RyanMotown is such a part of people's lives that the music is a basic American song track. All the music, all the stars and all the sotries make this book a must read selection. Get it this summer.
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