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"In the summer, the scene would move en masse to Ostend, Belgium's equivalent to Blackpool. DJ Freddy Cousaert played at the Groove, a late night downstairs bar frequented by US marines, lovers of blues and soul music
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dimanche 21 octobre 2018

DIANA ROSS & THE SUPREMES WITH THE TEMPTATIONS TOGETHER

MOTOWN RECORDS 1969                                       MS 692

 Together, released by Motown in 1969 (catalog number MS 692),
was the second and final duets studio album combining
Diana Ross & the Supremes and The Temptations into
an eight-person Motown act

Together was released on the same day (September 23, 1969) 
as Puzzle People, a regular Temptations album showcasing 
the group's then-current psychedelic soul sound.


credits:

 Diana Ross - vocals
    Mary Wilson - vocals
    Cindy Birdsong - vocals
    Dennis Edwards - vocals
    Eddie Kendricks - vocals
    Paul Williams - vocals
    Melvin Franklin - vocals
    Otis Williams - vocals
    The Andantes - vocals
    Frank Wilson - producer, executive producer
    Smokey Robinson - producer
    Al Clevland - producer
    Terry Johnson - producer
    Tom Baird - producer/arranger
    Various Los Angeles area session musicians - instrumentation

tracks list:

A1 Stubborn Kind Of Fellow 3:08
A2 I'll Be Doggone 3:15
A3 The Weight 3:00
A4 Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing 2:44
A5 Uptight (Everything's Alright) 2:57
B1 Sing A Simple Song 3:15
B2 My Guy, My Girl 3:05
B3 For Better Or Worse     2:36
B4 Can't Take My Eyes Off You 3:03
B5 Why (Must We Fall In Love) 2:59




3 commentaires:

  1. Nael
    Le lien n'est plus valide

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  2. Bonjour Michel, bel album et quelles voix !
    Merci beaucoup pour le partage :)

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