Episode 324: Motown Museum, Part 3




April 13, 2018


  • The Four Tops “It’s The Same Old Song” Four Tops Second Album (Motown) 1965
  • Stevie Wonder “Never My Love/Ask the Lonely” Eivets Rednow (Gordy) 1968
  • Stevie Wonder “He’s Misstra Know-It-All” Innervisions (Motown) 1973
  • Stevie Wonder “Living For The City” Innervisions (Motown) 1973


Thus, that concludes Jim’s epic interview with Motown Museum’s director of development, Paul Barker. Paul talks about future expansion plans for the legendary museum, and his favorite classic Motown artist.

FUN FACT: Stevie Wonder was discovered by the Miracles as a little boy. After auditioning in front of Berry Gordy, he was signed and released his first album, The Jazz Soul of Little Stevie Wonder, in 1962.

Also, since we’re feeling a little “superstitious” on this Friday the 13th…

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