Dennis Coffey's live recordings offer insight into the success of Motown. Michael Ochs Archives/Courtesy Resonance Records hide caption

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A Club Performance From 1960s Detroit Holds One Key To Motown's Success

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Dennis Coffey On World Cafe

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Legendary funk guitarist Dennis Coffey plays live on today's World Cafe. Doug Coombe/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Dennis Coffey On World Cafe

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