steve crosno Motown: The Early Years (2005) July 3, 2010 6 Comments Are You Ready For A Brand-New Beat? The gritty urban environment, the burgeoning pride and drive of black Americans, and blues, soul and gospel influences combined to form the music coming out of Detroit in the early 1960s. The sounds (more…) 2005Earlysteve crosnoYears Previous Post Next Post You may also like July 3, 2010 VIDEO: LET IT BE ME – JERRY BUTLER & BETTY EVERETT July 3, 2010 STEVE CROSNO EXCLUSIVE: CHAINED TO A MEMORY – BETTY EVERETT July 3, 2010 VIDEO: THERE’LL COME A TIME – BETTY EVERETT 6 Comments 3.0 out of 5 stars Not all of the Motown Magic has been captured here Despite the title, this IS NOT a collection of archival clips of Motown’s classic groups. This was a PBS television concert special featuring performances by some of Motown’s… 5.0 out of 5 stars Motown Review This DVD is one of the best products I have seen relating to the MoTown story.. It is entertaining and informative. I loved it!!!!!!! 1.0 out of 5 stars Rent first, to avoid the heartache!!! I first saw this when it came on constantly on my local public broadcasting station and I really enjoyed it, but I wanted to be able to watch it without having to listen to… 5.0 out of 5 stars Classic and Lovely This DVD release of early Motown music features up beat Soul music performed by survivors of several groups. For a baby boomer this is my kind of music. 3.0 out of 5 stars Okay, not great For those complaining that calling this “The Early Years” is misleading, reading the packaging or product descriptions should have clued you in that these are performances from… 4.0 out of 5 stars Thanks for the Memories As Barbra Streisand once sang “THe Way We Were”, this early day’s of Motown brought back the thrill of a new sound that is close to anyone’s heart over the age of 50.