To be loved: the music, the magic, the memories of Motown : an autobiography

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Warner Books, Nov 8, 1994 - Music - 432 pages
A personal account of Motown Records details its incredible recording artists--Smokey Robinson, Diana Ross, The Jackson 5, Stevie Wonder, among others--as well as the gossip, rumors, and myths surrounding it and the life and loves of the man who brought it all together.

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TO BE LOVED: The Music, the Magic, the Memories of Motown

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A substantive, reasonably candid memoir from the founder of Detroit's legendary Motown Records, creator of the soundtrack of the '60s. Gordy opens in 1988, as he agonizes over the sale of his ... Read full review

To be loved: the music, the magic, the memories of Motown: an autobiography

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Founder of the Motown empire, Gordy has written a revealing autobiography dealing with the interplay between his private life and his recording and motion picture ventures. He begins with his ... Read full review

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