In 1959 a former amateur boxer started a record label out of his home in Detroit, Michigan. Employing the colors yellow and black and open to releasing any genre that could become a hit, Tamla Records and Berry Gordy laid the foundation for what would become a global empire. Just in time for the grand opening of Third Man Records Cass Corridor, we announced an ongoing partnership with Universal Music to bring Tamla's classic early Motown records back to vinyl. "Going to the Hop" is one nine 7" reissues from Tamla's early years.

TMR353
The Satintones

Going to the Hop

Standard Black Vinyl

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In 1959 a former amateur boxer started a record label out of his home in Detroit, Michigan. Employing the colors yellow and black and open to releasing any genre that could become a hit, Tamla Records and Berry Gordy laid the foundation for what would become a global empire. Just in time for the grand opening of Third Man Records Cass Corridor, we announced an ongoing partnership with Universal Music to bring Tamla's classic early Motown records back to vinyl. "Going to the Hop" is one nine 7" reissues from Tamla's early years.

Tracklist

  1. 1. Going to the Hop
  2. 2. Motor City