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Motown Chartbusters Volume 3

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The clear differences between the two releases are the logos on the disc and cover: the original release has the Tamla Motown logo; the re-release has the Motown logo. The first nine albums were Top 15 UK Albums Chart entries, whereas the later albums from 10 to 12 did not chart. After its success in the UK, Motown went on to release variants of the compilation format in other counties such as the United States and Australia.

The first release on the Tamla Motown label was " Stop In The Name Of Love" by the Supremes, in March 1965. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.Non-personalized content and ads are influenced by things like the content you’re currently viewing and your location (ad serving is based on general location). Minor hits were sometimes included in place of bigger hits, most notably for the Jackson 5 and Michael Jackson.

Because of Motown's policy of re-issuing tracks on single on a regular basis, there are some anomalies in the inclusion of tracks. Where Did Our Love Go" by the Supremes, and " My Guy" by Mary Wells were amongst other big hits in the same year, also on Stateside. In 1964, Motown's first number 1 in Britain was " Baby Love" by the Supremes, released on EMI's Stateside label. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Another difference was the number of tracks per album, the UK version consisted of 16 to 18 tracks, whereas the US version only had 12 tracks.By 1964, Motown had accumulated enough British hits for EMI to release a greatest hits album, A Collection of Tamla Motown Big Hits. Although the series comprised mainly hit singles by various Motown artists, the albums also included other recordings that had not been hits in Britain and many significant single hits were excluded from the series.

Motown Chartbusters is a series of compilation albums first released by EMI under licence on the Tamla Motown label in Britain. Early Motown Records releases in Britain were not on the Motown label, but were issued on the London, Fontana, Oriole and Stateside labels. Mary Wells' hit 'My Guy' features on Volume 7, released in 1972, after it had been a substantive reissue hit, despite being first released in 1964 and similarly 'Baby Love' is included on Volume 9, as it had been re-issued in 1974, ten years after it first charted in the UK for The Supremes. This consisted of only five albums which had completely different track listings to the UK releases. There were also various releases on the same type of platform, such as Motown Chartbusters, 150 Hits of Gold and boxed sets.The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products.

We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others.Later albums in the series failed to include any of the top ten singles achieved by Stevie Wonder, or any of his releases.

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