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Bibliography for website "Berry Gordy and Motown: Creating the Sound of America"

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Berry Gordy and Motown: Creating the Sound of AmericaAlexus Levant, Mmachi Okeke, Nancy Phan, Lindsey Smith and Erianna Rogers

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Books

Benjaminson, Peter. Mary Wells: The tumultuous life of Motowns first superstar.2012. This source was used to gain insight on an artist of Motown and their perception of the company. This vinyl is helpful to the project because it provides a different point of view.

Gordy, Berry. To be loved: The music, the magic, and the memories of Motown. 1995 This is an auto biography of Berry Gordy and his label from his perception and many quotes were obtained from this source. This source is helpful because it shows Motown from the point of view of Berry Gordy.

Williams, Otis. Temptations.2002. This source gave insight on the view that Otis Williams had on the company and the inside of Motown and its structure. This source is significant because it adds yet another point of view of an artist that was in Motown.

Newspaper and Articles

Cruz, Gilbert. A brief history of Motown. Time Magazine. This is a magazine article that gives background on Motown. This is useful because it was from the time period and provides a history of the successful record label.

"The Supremes make it big." Ebony. 1965. The success of one of Motowns group was gained from this source. It is important because it demonstrates the progress of the company.

Images

Afro Newspaper/Gado. Members of the Isley Brothers musical group. Getty Images. 1960. Accessed March 5, 2015. This is a picture of the members of the Motown group The Isley Brothers.

AP Photo/Mclendon. Stevie Wonder. 1973. Accessed February 25, 2015. This is a picture of Stevie Wonder holding a grammy necessary for the legacy page.

Ballard, Florence. SOPHISTICATED LADIES. Digital image. The New York Times. 17 Dec. 2006. Accessed 10 Mar. 2015. http://www.nytimes.com/2006/12/17/fashion/17supremes.html?pagewanted=all.The Supremes together as a group in 1966. They had a song on the top charts that helped integrate the music industry.

Callahan, Mike; Edwards, David; Eyries, Patrice. Second Motown Vinyl. Accessed December 8, 2014. http://www.bsnpubs.com/motown/motown/motown.html. Here is a picture of a Motown record vinyl.

Callahan, Mike; Edwards, David; Eyries, Patrice . Second Tamla Vinyl. Accessed December 8, 2014. http://www.bsnpubs.com/motown/tamla/tamla.html. Here is a picture of a Tamla record vinyl

Callahan, Mike; Edwards, David; Eyries, Patrice . Second Gordy Vinyl. Accessed December 8, 2014. http://www.bsnpubs.com/motown/gordy/gordy.html Here is a picture of a Gordy record vinyl.

CBS Photo Archives. The Jackson Five On 'The Ed Sullivan Show.' Getty Images. 1970. Accessed April 11, 2015.This is a picture of the Jackson Five on The Ed Sullivan Show used on the Sound of America page. This picture was necessary because it shows Berry Gordy booked his artists on White television shows.

CBS Photo Archives. The Supremes On 'The Ed Sullivan Show.' Getty Images. 1964. Accessed April 11, 2015.This is a picture of The Supremes on The Ed Sullivan Show used on the Sound of America page. This picture was necessary because it proves Berry Gordy tried to put his artists on White television shows.

Corkery, Richard; New York Daily News Archive. Motown's Berry Gordy attending Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame in. Getty Images. 1988. Accessed April 6, 2015.This is a picture of Berry Gordy at the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony used on the Leadership page.

David, Nick . The Original Console. Recording Weekly. 1998. Accessed December 13, 2014. http://www.recordingeq.com/2006motown/06motown24.html. Here is a picture of the console used in the control room of Hitsville U.S.A.

David, Nick . The Equipment Racks. Recording Weekly. 1998. Accessed December 13, 2014. http://www.recordingeq.com/2006motown/06motown24.html. Here is a picture of the equipment racks in the control room.

David, Nick. The Studio. Recording Weekly. 1998. Accessed December 13, 2014. http://www.recordingeq.com/2006motown/06motown24.html. Here is a picture of the studio found in the back of the house.Dickson, Ian. Photo of Lisa Stansfield. Getty Images. 1992. Accessed April 11, 2015.This is a picture of Lisa Stansfield used for the Sound of America page. Her picture is necessary because she represents the Blue Eyed Souls.

Detroit News Archives. Berry Gordy Jr., president of Motown Records, holds some of his hits. Accessed February 14, 2015. http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20130411/ENT04/304110365 From this website, a picture of Berry Gordy holding one of his records was used.

Eccles, and Marcus. Digital image. Motown the Musical. 2015. Accessed March, 7 2015. http://www.motownthemusical.com/photos.php.The cast members in the musical are dancing on stage. Shows how the musical today reflects the real Motown.

Echoes/Redferns. Photo of TWIST and Chubby CHECKER. Getty Images. 1960. Accessed April 9, 2015. This is a picture of Chubby Checker necessary for the Music Before Motown page. His picture was necessary because he represents the Rock n Roll genre in the 50s.

French, Larry. BET Honors 2014: Show. Getty Images. 2014. Accessed April 6, 2015.This is a picture of Berry Gordy at the BET Honors awards show used for the Leadership page. Him accepting the Entrepreneur/Visionary Award proves his success and legacy in Motown.

GAB Archive. Wild Cherry Posed. Getty Images. 1970. Accessed April 11, 2015.This is a picture of the band Wild Cherry used for the Sound of America page. Their picture is necessary because they represent the Blue Eyed Souls.

Gems, and Redferns. Marvin Gaye. Digital image. The Guardian. 10 June 2011. Accessed 10 Mar. 2015. http://www.theguardian.com/music/2011/jun/11/marvin-gaye-whats-going-on.Marvin Gaye in front of recording machines. He had a song on the top charts that helped integrate the music industry.Hall, Rock. Maxine Powell and Ruthie Brown. Accessed March 9, 2015. http://rockhall.com/blog/post/10163_remembering-maxine-powell-and-motown/ This picture was used on the "Integration of Music" page. This is a picture of Maxine Powell and Ruthie Brown.

Holloway, Elmer. The Nat King Cole Show - Season 1. Getty Images. 1956. Accessed April 9, 2015. This is a picture of Nat King Cole necessary for the Music Before Motown page. It is necessary for the page because he Nat King Cole represents the Traditional Pop Genre of the 50s.

Hulton Archive. Portrait Of Louis Armstrong. Getty Images. 1927. Accessed April 10, 2015.This is a picture of Louis Armstrong used on the Music Before Motown Page. He was necessary for the page because he represents the Harlem Renaissance and jazz genre in the 1920s.

Johnson, John. Berry Gordy and Smokey Robinson. Digital image. Google Books. Jet Magazines, 21 Nov. 1994. Accessed 7 Feb. 2015. https://books.google.com/books?id=Mz0DAAAAMBAJ.Berry and the singer Smokey Robinson are together. This shows the relationship of Gordy and his singers had under his leadership.

Johnson, John. Berry Gordy and Diana Ross. Digital image. Google Books. Jet Magazines, 21 Nov. 1994. Accessed 7 Feb. 2015. https://books.google.com/books?id=Mz0DAAAAMBAJ.Berry and the singer Diana Ross are together. This shows the relationship of Gordy and his singers had under his leadership. Johnson, John. Berry Gordy and Michael Jackson. Digital image. Google Books. Jet Magazines, 21 Nov. 1994. Accessed 7 Feb. 2015. https://books.google.com/books?id=Mz0DAAAAMBAJ.Berry and the singer Michael Jackson are together. This shows the relationship of Gordy and his singers had under his leadership. Johnson, John. Berry Gordy and Marvin Gaye. Digital image. Google Books. Jet Magazines, 21 Nov. 1994. Accessed 7 Feb. 2015. https://books.google.com/books?id=Mz0DAAAAMBAJ.Berry and the singer Marvin Gaye are together. This shows the relationship of Gordy and his singers had under his leadership. Johnson, John. Berry Gordy and Stevie Wonder. Digital image. Google Books. Jet Magazines, 21Nov. 1994. Accessed 7 Feb. 2015. https://books.google.com/booksid=Mz0DAAAAMBAJ.Berry Gordy and Stevie Wonder are together. This shows the relationship of Gordy and his singers had under his leadership.

Kisch, John D., Separate Cinema Archive. Movie Poster For 'Black And Tan.' Getty Images. 1929. Accessed April 10, 2015.This is a poster of Duke Ellingtons concert/movie used on the Music Before Motown page. This picture is on the page because he represents the Harlem Renaissance and Jazz of the 1920s.KMazur. 12th Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, 1997. Getty Images. 1997. Accessed April 13, 2015.This is a picture of Jackson 5 at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. This picture is on the legacy page because they represent the success of MotownKriegsmann, James; Ochs, Michael. Motown singer Mary Wells poses for a portrait circa 1963 in New York City, New York. Getty Images. 1963. Accessed March 7, 2015. This is a picture of Mary Wells in 1963 necessary for the artists page.

Kriegsmann, James; Ochs, Michael. The Marvelettes. Getty Images. 1964. Accesse