The Juke in the Back #65

The entire "Juke In The Back" this week features Motown's biggest acts, BEFORE there even was a Motown Records and before those acts were household names. Matt The Cat spins the earliest records by The Miracles (1958), The Four Tops (1956), The Supremes (as The Primettes) and many more. Marvin Gaye's first recordings with The Marquees are discussed with fellow group member, Reese Palmer. You'll get the real story behind the story as to how DC's Marquees became the "new" Moonglows as well as hear the original Bo Diddley produced version of the Marquees' "Wyatt Earp," which Okeh Records wouldn't release. All this and more on "Juke In The Back."

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