Motown Gets A New Sound

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Motown's biggest hits are set to hit the world's dancefloors again, thanks to top remixers like GREEN LANTERN and DJ Jazzy Jeff.

A collection of Motown soul classics have been remixed for a new MOTOWN REMIXED album, which will be released in May (05) along with a companion CD of the original cuts.

On the updated album, The Roots' ?UESTLOVE (corr) reworks Gladys Knight's I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE, while DJ Green Lantern remixes Rick James' MARY JANE and DJ Jazzy Jeff teams up with PETE KUZMA to give PAPA WAS A ROLLING STONE by the TEMPTATIONS a new sound.

25/03/2005 13:53

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Tags: Motown - Jazzy Jeff - The Roots - Gladys Knight - Rick James

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