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    Motown 40: The Music Is Forever (1998) (The Entire Program)


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    Thank you, Marv. For some reason I draw a blank on this show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralpht View Post
    Thank you, Marv. For some reason I draw a blank on this show.
    You're most welcome Ralph. I remember it was on in like January 1998 for Motown's anniversary. It's good viewing while being locked down. Please stay safe Ralph!

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    Thanks Marv.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilxy View Post
    Thanks Marv.....
    You're most welcome Wilxy!

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    This was the best Motown documentary/special.

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    Why aren't they doing a special DVD release like they did with Motown 25? We need this and Motown RETURNS TO THE APOLLO and other shows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulmusic4life View Post
    Why aren't they doing a special DVD release like they did with Motown 25? We need this and Motown RETURNS TO THE APOLLO and other shows.
    There are a lot of questions I had about Motown's decisions beginning in 1988 and onward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulmusic4life View Post
    Why aren't they doing a special DVD release like they did with Motown 25? We need this and Motown RETURNS TO THE APOLLO and other shows.
    They probably figure that the latest Motown doc that BG released is definitive they don't want to take away from the sales/revenue for that doc. But I do agree that this one deserves to be on DVD and is the best doc on Motown, as they were able to interview many key players before they passed away. Motown 40 is the story of Motown told by many voices, which is how its story should be told.

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    It was great to finally see Diana Ross share her memories.

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    I remember the original broadcast. Fortunately I recorded it onto VHS and made my own dvds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlo View Post
    They probably figure that the latest Motown doc that BG released is definitive they don't want to take away from the sales/revenue for that doc. But I do agree that this one deserves to be on DVD and is the best doc on Motown, as they were able to interview many key players before they passed away. Motown 40 is the story of Motown told by many voices, which is how its story should be told.
    Exactly. The recent one was just BERRY and SMOKEY. Lord have mercy

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    Thanks for finding this

    This is the documentary so many people say they want but they forget itís been done

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    Nice find Marvin. Thanks for posting. Check your email please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by detmotownguy View Post
    Nice find Marvin. Thanks for posting. Check your email please.
    You're most welcome DET! Ok.

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    This, in my opinion, was well put together and segued very well from one segment to the other.

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    Hi Marv, thanks for posting. First time I've seen a great watch IMO .
    All the best, Paul

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    I will watch the entire show this weekend. Cheers marv.

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    You're most welcome McMotown and Ollie! It really is a great program.

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