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On September 25th, 1964, The Temptations started recording “My Girl” — what became their first of fifteen top ten hits in the US. Motown Records produced them, founded in Detroit, Michigan. Motown, then a black-owned business, played a significant role in integrating black artists into mainstream music.




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