Top 10 Motown stars

1 Stevie Wonder:

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Blind singer, had his first hit when he was aged just 13.

2 Marvin Gaye: The Let's Get It On singer was shot and killed by his father 30 years ago this week after an argument.

3 Four Tops: Reach Out I'll Be There was one of a string of hits for this band.

4 Diana Ross and the Supremes: She was the Queen of Motown - burst on to the scene in 1964 with Baby Love.

5 Smokey Robinson and the Miracles: Old Smokey is still performing hits like Tears of a Clown.

6 Temptations: Another four-piece vocal group, their biggest hit was My Girl

7 Martha Reeves and the Vandellas: They did the original 1964 recording of the soul classic Dancing in the Street.

8 Jackson 5: Including a young Michael, they had hits with I Want You Back and I'll Be There.

9 Jimmy Ruffin: One of three singing brothers, he had a massive hit with What Becomes of the Brokenhearted.

10 Mary Wells: She is best remembered for one of Motown's early hits, My Guy.

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