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Greatest Hits (The Temptations album)

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Greatest Hits
Tempts-greatest-vol1.jpg
Greatest hits album by The Temptations
Released November 16, 1966
Recorded 1964 - 1966
Studio Hitsville USA, Detroit
Genre Soul
Length 32:40
Label Gordy
GS 919
Producer Smokey Robinson and Norman Whitfield.
The Temptations chronology
Gettin' Ready
(1966)Gettin' Ready1966
Greatest Hits
(1966)
Temptations Live!
(1967)Temptations Live!1967
Singles from Greatest Hits
  1. "Beauty Is Only Skin Deep"
    Released: August 4, 1966
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars [1]

Greatest Hits is a 1966 greatest hits album for The Temptations, released by the Gordy (Motown) label. It peaked at #5 on the Billboard 200 album chart and remained on the chart for 120 weeks. Included are popular Temptations hits such as "The Way You Do the Things You Do", "Get Ready", "Since I Lost My Baby", "My Baby", "Don't Look Back", and their signature #1 hit, "My Girl". One non-album single, "Beauty Is Only Skin Deep", is also included; it was a #3 hit in the summer and fall of 1966.

Track listing

Side one

  1. "The Way You Do the Things You Do" (Smokey Robinson, Robert Rogers) (lead singer: Eddie Kendricks)
  2. "My Girl" (Robinson, Ronald White) (lead singer: David Ruffin)
  3. "Ain't Too Proud to Beg" (Edward Holland, Jr., Norman Whitfield) (lead singer: David Ruffin)
  4. "Don't Look Back" (Robinson, White) (lead singer: Paul Williams)
  5. "Get Ready" (Robinson) (lead singer: Eddie Kendricks)
  6. "Beauty Is Only Skin Deep" (Holland, Whitfield) (lead singer: David Ruffin)

Side two

  1. "Since I Lost My Baby" (Warren Moore, Robinson) (lead singer: David Ruffin)
  2. "The Girl's Alright with Me" (Holland, Eddie Kendricks, Whitfield) (lead singer: Eddie Kendricks)
  3. "My Baby" (Moore, Robinson, Rogers) (lead singer: David Ruffin)
  4. "It's Growing" (Moore, Robinson) (lead singer: David Ruffin)
  5. "I'll Be in Trouble" (Robinson) (lead singers: Eddie Kendricks, Melvin Franklin)
  6. "Girl (Why You Wanna Make Me Blue)" (Holland, Whitfield) (lead singer: Eddie Kendricks)

Chart and singles history

Title Information
"Beauty Is Only Skin Deep"
  • Gordy single 7055, August 4, 1966
  • B-side: "You're Not an Ordinary Girl" (from Gettin' Ready)
Name Chart (1966) Peak
position
Greatest Hits U.S. Billboard Pop Albums 5
Greatest Hits U.S. Top R&B Albums 1
"Beauty Is Only Skin Deep" U.S. Billboard Pop Singles 3
"Beauty Is Only Skin Deep" U.S. Billboard R&B Singles 1

See also

References

This page was last edited on 24 November 2017, at 20:07
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