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Old Man River - The Temptations - Temptations Live! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Temptations Live! on Discogs. Label: Gordy - G • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul/5(4).
  2. Jul 18,  · "Man" is from the LP, "The Sky's The Limit", which is the 14th studio album from the Temptations on the Gordy/Motown label. No copyright infringement intended. .
  3. Dec 12,  · From the album, The Righteous Brothers on Chung Sheng LP record CSJ red vinyl Taiwan pressing. The LP plays very well considering it was not in any record jacket or cover, plus it .
  4. Various - Voyager Golden Record 40th Anniversary Edition. Rock / Blues / Audio Files / Classical / World, Folk, Country.
  5. This album is for Temp fans and captures the energy of a live performance, in what sounds like an intimate setting,, of a group that could croon a toon in a level of harmony and pure entertainment that few groups will ever achieve, The level of soul is due in part to the skilled R&B musicians that support this sensational and ground breaking group of artists/5(51).
  6. The Temptin' Teptations have the essance of what The Temptations are all about. It is multi-facet, well written lyrics, and composition few cd's can aquire. To not purchase this album, is to cheat you out of a listening pleasure upon which only The Temptations can deliver/5(69).
  7. IDz - The Temptations - Temptations Live! - GS - vinyl LP KNEBWORTH various DOUBLE LP EX+/EX, , vinyl, album, classic rock, prog, $ shipping: Old Man River 4 44 Get Ready 2 09 Fading Away 1 52 My Baby 2 11 You'll Lose Precious Love 2 45 Baby Baby I Need You 1 42End date: May 25,
  8. Old Man River [] Get Ready [] which meant the Supremes did numbers from contemporary Broadway shows when they cut live albums, but the Temptations were one act that could get away with this repertory and not seem arch or artificial on stage -- Paul McCartney's "Yesterday" (he must have gotten the biggest kick out of.

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