Expansive Motown Reissues Set For 2009

Compilation celebrating fiftieth anniversary of the legendary label to be released in December

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An expansive set of Motown reissues are set to be released next year to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the creation of the label.

The legendary record label released music by artists including Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and The Jackson 5 in its ’60s heyday.

The new Motown reissues will be released next year across a number of different platforms and mediums.

Before that, a fiftieth anniversary compilation will be released on December 1 this year, consisting of Motown tracks voted for by fans.

The tracklisting for the release will be different in various regions to account for various preferences for different songs.

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