3 Motown Chartbusters Volume 3. . Motown Chartbusters Volume 4. By 1964, Motown had accumulated enough British hits for EMI to release a greatest hits album, A Collection of Tamla Motown Big Hits. Over the next few years, several more compilations were released, including six in the series 16 Original Big Hits. In 1967, the label issued the first of the Motown Chartbusters series. Although the series comprised mainly hit singles by various Motown artists, the albums also included other recordings that had not been hits in Britain and many significant single hits were excluded from the series . Compilation album by. Various Artists.
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Artist: Various Artists Title Of Album: Motown Chartbusters Vol. 1-12 Year Of Release: 1997-98 Label: Tamla Motown/Universal Music Genre: Soul, Disco, Funk Format: FLAC Quality: Lossless T. VA - Motown Chartbusters Vol. 1-12 - Collection. Pop Author: artmuss 27-04-2013, 17:30.
Motown chartbusters volume 4. The hits album/the hits tape - 32 original hits.
By 1967, Motown had enough British hits under its belt to release a greatest hits album, the release was to be the first of the Motown Chartbusters series. Motown Chartbusters are a set of Motown compilations first released on the Tamla Motown label in the United Kingdom. All 12 were top 30 UK chart entries, the second volume of British Motown Chartbusters hit n. in January of 1970, in the same year volume 3 spent six weeks at the n. position, before reaching n. In 1971 volume 5 went to n. and in 1973 volume 8 went to n. The albums were made by EMI under licence from Motown, EMI also made 8 track recordings of the early releases. Various - Motown Chartbusters Volume 10. 01. Three Times A lady. mp3 (. MB). 02. Love Hangover.
Today, chart dominance like that is incomprehensible, but the British Invasion's shock troops were truly unstoppable that year. Motown's own sound hit the top spot four times in 1964, and Gordy's years of patient faith in the Supremes finally paid off when "Where Did Our Love Go", "Baby Love", and "Come See About Me" became the first of five consecutive No. 1 hits for both the group and the nd production team. Mary Wells added a chart-topper in "My Guy" and the Temptations' "My Girl", released that December, at last sent them to the top in early 1965. One of the joys of this series has been hearing the oddities next to the hits and lost classics, and the final disc on the set serves up a huge one in the form of Ray Oddis's "Randy, the Newspaper Boy" b/w "Happy Ghoul Tide".
|1||–The Jackson 5||I Want You Back|
|2||–Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell||The Onion Song|
|3||–The Supremes||Up The Ladder To The Roof|
|4||–The Temptations||I Can't Get Next To You|
|5||–Marvin Gaye||Too Busy Thinking About My Baby|
|6||–Stevie Wonder||Yester-me, Yester-you, Yesterday|
|7||–Diana Ross And The Supremes*||Someday We'll Be Together|
|8||–The Jackson 5||ABC|
|9||–Stevie Wonder||Never Had A Dream Come True|
|10||–Jimmy Ruffin||Farewell Is A Lonely Sound|
|11||–Four Tops||Do What You Gotta Do|
|12||–Diana Ross And The Supremes* / The Temptations||I Second That Emotion|
|13||–Jr Walker And The All Stars*||What Does It Take (To Win Your Love)|
|14||–Diana Ross||Reach Out And Touch (Somebody's Hand)|