The Temptations take on a host of classic soul tunes – not their originals from the 60s and 70s, but tracks of that vintage, recorded by other artists! But thanks to strong efforts from producers Steve "The Scotsman" Harvey and Benjamin Wright, the set's way more than just a simple batch of classic covers – and instead offers up the group at the height of their powers, working in the studio with some very live, spontaneous instrumentation! Harvey's drums keep the whole session nicely grounded on his tracks – and Wright's orchestrations, while a bit fuller, are still quite live and warm – very much in the spirit of a classic recording from the 70s. The Temps are great vocally – bringing in some different inflections to these tunes – and titles include "Minute By Minute", "Wake Up Everybody", "Hold On I'm Comin", "I'm In Love", "Don't Ask My Neighbors", "Never Never Gonna Give You Up", and "Back In Love Again". © 1996-2015, Dusty Groove, Inc.
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