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The Temptations 11/27/1967

Review

The Temptations moved into world of jazzy pre-rock pop, and showed that great singers can handle anything. While many soul fans were surprised that they issued an album with versions of "Ol' Man River," "Somewhere," and "Taste of Honey," they were hooked once they heard it. This recording was another indication of how much Berry Gordy wanted to show mainstream audiences that Motown acts were versatile. ~ Ron Wynn
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Hello, Young Lovers The Temptations 2:56
  3. 2 A Taste of Honey The Temptations 2:3
  4. 3 For Once in My Life The Temptations 3:4
  5. 4 Somewhere The Temptations 4:13
  6. 5 Ol' Man River The Temptations 4:25
  7. 6 I'm Ready for Love The Temptations 2:22
  8. 7 Try to Remember The Temptations 3:1
  9. 8 Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me) The Temptations 3:23
  10. 9 What Now My Love? The Temptations 3:35
  11. 10 That's Life The Temptations 2:57
  12. 11 With These Hands The Temptations 3:39
  13. 12 The Impossible Dream The Temptations 3:23

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