Released on 6 March1970, Psychedelic Shack was the Temptations psychedelic album that completed their journey into a more experimental sound.
As the sound of Motown reverberated around the world in the last weeks of the 1960s, Gladys Knight and the Pips were riding the 'Friendship Train.'
The Temptations negotiated a potentially hazardous line-up change and told their fans they were still doing fine, on 'Cloud Nine,' released 25 October 1968.
It wasn't the 3rd of September, but the 14th of October 1972 that the Temptations topped the Hot 100 with ‘Papa Was A Rollin' Stone.’
The anti-war anthem ‘War’ by Motown soul man Edwin Starr began its three-week run at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on 29 August 1970.
The 3 April, 1971 Hot 100 showed the Temptations landing their third pop No. 1, with Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong's ‘Just My Imagination.'
Released on 6 March,1970, 'Psychedelic Shack' was the Temptations psychedelic album that completed their journey into a more experimental sound.
It's October 18 1969, and the Temptations have America’s new favourite pop single with ‘I Can’t Get Next To You.’
Culled from the superb catalogue of the group justly called the Emperors of Soul, here are some of the best Temptations songs in this exclusive playlist.
The No. 1s came thick and fast for the Temptations in the late 60s. 46 years ago, the Tempts got their fourth in 20 months with ‘I Can’t Get Next...
The Nation’s Favourite Motown Song ended with the revelation that the Tamla track that won the vote was… Marvin Gaye’s ‘I Heard It Through The Grapevine’.