40 Forever: M is for Motown


M is for Motown

Aronson, Virginia. The History of Motown. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2000.

It’s fun to read about what rock stars were like back in their younger years. Stevie Wonder was a prankster and master mimic. Marvin Gaye was painfully shy, and Martha Reeves got her foot in the door by working as a
secretary at the Motown office.

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Troupe, Quincy, and Lisa Cohen. Little Stevie Wonder. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2005.

ps. I named this blog after a Motown compilation album, 40 Forever.

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