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A Song For You

The Temptations

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Billboard 200 - #13, 1975
Billboard Hot 100 - #26, 1975 - Shakey Ground

"... represents a musical and commercial high and the singularity and strength of the work hasn’t diminished with time."
- Soul Train

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1
Happy People
The Temptations
3:38
2
Glasshouse
The Temptations
3:55
3
Shakey Ground
The Temptations
4:04
4
The Prophet
The Temptations
4:28
5
Happy People (Instrumental)
The Temptations
2:58
6
A Song For You
The Temptations
4:41
7
Memories
The Temptations
6:03
8
I'm A Bachelor
The Temptations
4:20
9
Firefly
The Temptations
4:02
Total Playing Time    38:09
Divided into one "side" of uptempo songs and another of ballads, this 1975 top 20 album from the Temptations sold 500,000 copies, won an American Music Award in 1976 and yielded two number one R&B singles, Shakey Ground and Happy People (the latter written by and featuring the Commodores). The title track is a version of the much-covered classic by Leon Russell, a staple of the Temptations live show at the time.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Motown Records Studio Masters

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