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    The mix: top 5

    This past January Motown celebrated 50 years of emphatic bass lines and boisterous sing-a-longs. Here’s a track list full of soul and funk.

    1

    “”Ain’t No Mountain High Enough””

    by Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell

    This has duet karaoke written all over it.

    2

    “”Superstition””

    by Stevie Wonder

    Even the king of Motown has to watch his luck.

    3

    “”Stand by Me””

    by Ben E. King

    Who doesn’t love this song? It’s got an awesome bass line, amazing
    vocals and it’s great to belt out at the top of our lungs.

    4

    “”My Girl””

    by The Temptations

    The Temptations loaded this song with one-liners sure to bring your game up to Motown standards.

    5

    “”Baby Love””

    by The Supremes

    A song for all the giggling girls out there.

    5 More Hits for ‘Groovin’ on a Sunday Afternoon’

    • “”Three Times a Lady”” by the Commodores
    • “”Baby I Need Your Lovin'”” by The Four Tops
    • “”Please Mr. Postman”” by The Marvelettes
    • “”Dancing in the Street”” by Martha & the Vandellas
    • “”I Want You Back”” by The Jackson 5

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