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Y4 CYCLE A: Popular Music: Motown & Soul

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Genre: Popular Music

Style: Soul & Motown


Composers / Artists: 

The Supremes

Stevie Wonder

Aretha Franklin


The Supremes - Stop! In The Name of Love [Hollywood Palace - 1965]

Stevie Wonder ~ Superstition

Stevie Wonder in the studio 1973 [Superstition]

Stevie Wonder-Sir Duke [Live]

"Sir Duke" by Stevie Wonder is a joyous celebration of the power of music. With its infectious brass section, lively rhythm, and Wonder's soulful vocals, it pays homage to the legends of jazz, leaving a lasting impact on all who listen.

Aretha Franklin - 'Think!' (1968)

'Ebony and Ivory' - Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder (1982)

Supremes - Where Did Our Love Go (1964)

The Supremes - Baby Love - "Top Of The Pops" Show (1964)

The Supremes: You Keep Me Hangin' On (1966)

The Supremes: You Can't Hurry Love (1966)

The Supremes "Up The Ladder To The Roof" on The Ed Sullivan Show 1970

Stevie Wonder - 'Uptight (everything's alright)' (1966)

'Uptight' by Stevie Wonder is an energetic and infectious song that showcases Wonder's incredible talent and charisma. With its catchy melody and vibrant groove, it's a timeless classic that never fails to get people on their feet and dancing.

Stevie Wonder - 'Happy Birthday' (1981)

"Happy Birthday" by Stevie Wonder is a heartfelt and spirited tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Its catchy melody and empowering lyrics serve as a reminder of King's legacy and the ongoing fight for equality and justice.

George Michael & Aretha Franklin - 'I Knew You Were Waiting' (1986)

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