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Berry Gordy: The Tracks of My Years

Michael Goldberg, New Musical Express, 18 August 1990

BERRY GORDY, the man who invented the "Sound of Young America", has seen the story of his monumentally influential Motown label told in a succession of often critical biographies. Now, in this exclusive interview with MICHAEL GOLDBERG, he reminisces about his "young, gifted and black" roster and explains the magic that was Motown.

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