PRESS RELEASE: ERP Power LLC (ERP), a leading provider of small, smart and connected LED drivers for the lighting industry, has signed a distribution agreement with Digi-Key Electronics, a global electronic components distributor. ...
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
MARCH 04, 2013
NYS DOS ID#
SCOTT L. JENNINGS
1807 B STATE ROUTE 43
AVERILL PARK, NEW YORK, 12018
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - LUTHER LEE VENTURE COMPANY LLC
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Headlining a string of shows for a hometown crowd, the singer of Heatwave, ''Dancing in the Street and other hits announced that rioting had spread through the city.In the days that followed, Motown's "Sound of Young America" — on the stage and in the studio — was silenced by the sights and sounds of sirens, gunshots, fires and military tanks along Detroit's streets.What happened in the streets was a wake-up call for many at the label that churned out hits by the Vandellas, as well as Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, the Supremes, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Temptations, Four Tops and others.The rioting, the deadliest of dozens that raged that summer in U.S. cities, raised consciousness and even recalibrated the music alongside the Vietnam War and assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy.According to author and Motown expert Adam White, the labels that comprised the company had eight singles in the Billboard Hot 100 that week, including two songs in the top 20 and a couple more that were covered by others.Motown's recording session logs, now kept in a New York City vault maintained by the Universal Music Group, show work halted on July 22 and didn't resume until July 31, according to company officials.TV was totally involved in covering as much as they could — in spite of that there were some of us who got up Monday morning and made our way to work, said Pat Cosby, who worked in the studio's tape library.Cosby recalled that she and her colleagues were met and "basically turned around at the door" by Motown founder Berry Gordy Jr.Motown wouldn't be as lyrically direct as "Motor City Is Burning" (recorded by legendary bluesman and Detroiter John Lee Hooker a couple months after the riots and covered a year later by Michigan-based punk pioneers MC5) or Gordon Lightfoot's "Black Day in July," which the Canadian folk singer released in 1968.[...] spurred by some artists, Gordy sought to tune the tension between being reliable hitmakers and reflecting what was happening — literally and figuratively — outside his door.The young singer — among a small handful of white artists signed to the company — was moving to Detroit but would have to wait several days until things had calmed down to make music.