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Give Love At Christmas

The Temptations

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Give Love On Christmas Day
The Temptations
The Christmas Song
The Temptations; Gilbert Alexander Askey
Love Comes With Christmas
The Temptations
The Little Drummer Boy
The Temptations
This Christmas
The Temptations
Everything For Christmas
The Temptations
Christmas Everyday
The Temptations
Silent Night
The Temptations; Gilbert Alexander Askey
Total Playing Time    34:42
Billboard Christmas Albums - #6, 1980

The second holiday album from the Temptations, 1980's Give Love At Christmas was a number six chart success that year. Motown fans will recognize cover versions of Smokey Robinson's Christmas Everyday, a big seasonal hit for the Miracles in 1963, as well as Give Love On Christmas Day, originally recorded by the Jackson 5 in 1970. In addition to those originals and others, the collection includes an intriguing variety of traditional favourites.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Motown Records Studio Masters

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