The soul giants unveil their reading of the 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' hit ahead of their 'All The Time' album.
From the superb catalogue of the Emperors of Soul, 20 of the best Temptations songs in this exclusive playlist, including their new 2018 material.
A series of high-definition DVDs of Elvis Presley, The Beatles and The Supremes legendary 'Ed Sullivan Show' performances are set for release in May.
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.'
After two simultaneous album successes, Glen Campbell was on the country chart again on 30 March 1968 with Hey, Little One.
The immortal soul landmark 'My Girl' by the Temptations, written by Smokey Robinson, is among 2018's new additions to the National Recording Registry.
The sophisticated sound of symphonic soul filled dancefloors and bedrooms in the 70s, thanks to the pioneering work of Barry White, Isaac Hayes, and more.
The first new album since 2010 by soul giants the Temptations, All The Time, is released on 4 May 2018 by UMe, 54 years after their LP debut.
Released on 6 March1970, Psychedelic Shack was the Temptations psychedelic album that completed their journey into a more experimental sound.
On 27 February 1965, Martha & the Vandellas added their entry to Motown's list of greats that year, as they entered the Hot 100 with 'Nowhere To Run.'
The first UK top ten album by Ten Years After charted on 22 February 1969, with a title that captured the mood of the times: Stonedhenge.
Attempting to build on the success of Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone The Temptations’ And Norman Whitfield created Masterpiece in 1973.
In February 1965, ‘Stop! In The Name Of Love’ entered the Hot 100 for the Supremes. Within five weeks, it was their fourth single in a row to make No.1.
The run of R&B No. 1s by the Temptations in the decade or so from 1964 has few equals. On 17 February 1968 came the seventh, with 'I Wish It Would Rain.'
Love makes the world go round, but love also goes round itself, in the grooves of the majority of the greatest pop songs ever made.