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Motown is a style of music that blends Rhythm and Blues and Pop. It was popularized by Motown Records of Detroit, Michigan in the 1960s. The many artists of Motown Records collaborated to produce several hit songs.

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Many of these acts were backed by Motown Records' major studio band, The Funk Brothers which was credited for being instrumental in creating the essential sound of Motown. The band's career and work is chronicled in the acclaimed documentary, Standing In The Shadows Of Motown.

See also: List of record labels

External Links

Motown Records -- http://www.motown.com/

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