American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Gordy, Berry, Jr. Born 1929. American music producer who founded Motown Records (1959) and inspired the "Motown sound,” popular music heavily influenced by soul and rhythm and blues.
“The second one, however, is a real gem of an archival interview with Berry Gordy from the summer of 1963.”
“SR: Well, Berry Gordy is my best friend, and the very first day of Motown there were five people there -- Berry Gordy and four others of us.”
“MR: Of course, Barry Gordy is equated with Motown.”
“I can't wait for the BEEB's "Gordy is our Obama" stuff when the G20 comes to town next week.”
“They could not even silence him when he called Gordy a 'one eyed Scottish idiot'.”
““Told you it pays to advertise,” the man called Gordy shouted.”
“You start out thinking his Gordy is the village idiot; then, as this ghostly pale, freckled redhead goes on and on about being Native American, you decide he's a fabulist.”
“People quickly forgot the pig movie "Gordy," and then "Babe" came out about a month or two later and captured the public's hearts.”
“Hector Chacon needs to substitute his political cronie and now accused molester Councilman Ray "Gordy" Cisneros and the person he selected to replace him is his brother Art Chacon.”
“This was 'Gordy's' last work with Sinatra, or widi any artist, for he had already been diagnosed with ALS”
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