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The Temptations' Christmas Card

The Temptations

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Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
The Temptations
3:00
2
My Christmas Tree
The Temptations
3:20
3
Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town
The Temptations
3:25
4
Silent Night
The Temptations
2:25
5
Someday At Christmas
The Temptations
3:27
6
White Christmas
The Temptations
4:27
7
Let It Snow
The Temptations
3:36
8
Silver Bells
The Temptations
2:14
9
The Christmas Song
The Temptations
3:34
10
The Little Drummer Boy
The Temptations
3:24
Total Playing Time    32:52
Billboard Christmas Albums - #4, 1970

"There is an uncommon joy from the start on Rudolph, contagious and evergreen. Maybe it’s because this tune sounds more like their earlier selves, as every Temptation gets his moment ... timelessly produced by Barrett Strong ... Rudolph is a fun, not overly lush, never dated take among a series of instant classic holiday remakes ... a dazzling blast of groovy December cheer."
- Something Else!

This first Christmas collection from the Temptations was released in 1970 and reached number four on Billboard's Christmas Albums chart that year.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Motown Records Studio Masters

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