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Celebrate Black History Month From Motown to Modern Day

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To honor Black History Month and to celebrate the legacy of Motown, Stax, and Chess Records, Universal Music Group Distribution has launched several promotions.

An amazing flyaway sweepstakes for a musical experience of a lifetime!


One winner and their guest will fly to either Memphis or Chicago for the musical experience of a lifetime! To enter the Amazon flyaway sweepstakes, click here

Exclusive one of a kind painting!

Customers who buy any Motown, Stax, or Chess CD at participating stores get a free limited edition commemorative poster. The poster is a reproduction of a one of a kind, commissioned, watercolor painting created by CA artist Kenji.

Go here to see the poster and learn what stores are participating.

Celebrate Motown’s 50th with free music from iTunes

Become a fan of Apple Students on Facebook and get 10 free classic Motown tracks including The Temptations “My Girl” and Marvin Gaye “How Sweet It Is”. Check it out at Facebook.



Tracks In Sampler:

I Want You Back - Jackson 5 (1969)
It's A Shame - Spinners (1970)
My Girl - Temptations (1965)
The Tracks Of My Tears - Miracles (1965)
(Love Is A Like A) Heat Wave - Martha & The Vandellas (1963)
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) - Marvin Gaye (1965)
I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) - Four Tops (1965)
Where Did Our Love Go - Supremes (1964)
Please Mr. Postman - Marvelettes (1960)
My Guy - Mary Wells (1964)

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