The Temptations - Let Your Hair Down flac album
|A||Let Your Hair Down||2:40|
|B||Ain't No Justice||6:06|
- Arranged By – Paul Riser
- Producer – Norman Whitfield
- Written-By – N. Whitfield*
Notes© 1973 Stone Diamond Music Corp.
|G 7133F||The Temptations||Let Your Hair Down (7", Single)||Gordy||G 7133F||US||1973|
|2C 008 95 065||The Temptations||Let Your Hair Down (7")||Tamla Motown||2C 008 95 065||France||1973|
|5C 008 95 065||The Temptations||Let Your Hair Down (7", Single)||Tamla Motown||5C 008 95 065||France||1973|
|1C 006-95 065||Temptations*||Let Your Hair Down (7", Single)||Tamla Motown, EMI Electrola||1C 006-95 065||Germany||1973|
|5C 006-95 065, 5C 006-95065||The Temptations||Let Your Hair Down (7", Single)||Tamla Motown, Tamla Motown||5C 006-95 065, 5C 006-95065||Netherlands||1973|
Cloud Nine is the ninth studio album by American musical group The Temptations for the Gordy (Motown) label released in 1969. The album is a watershed for several reasons. It is the first regular Temptations studio LP to feature Dennis Edwards as the replacement for David Ruffin, who was fired in June 1968.
The Temptations went through personnel changes themselves, the first twelve tracks on the disc comprising songs from their "classic line-up" of David Ruffin, Paul Williams, Eddie Kendricks, Otis Williams, and Melvin Franklin. The disc contains sixteen top ten Rhythm and Blues singles chart hits, and seventeen Top 40 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 enjoyed by the Temptations and released on the Motown associate label Gordy Records imprint. Starting in the late 1960s and early 1970s, standard industry practice shifted to a focus on album sales, where a single became less a separate entity and more simply an advertisement for an LP, and a lead single would be pulled off an album as a promotional tool. Prior to this, singles were concentrated upon as a profitable commodity, especially for smaller record labels, and albums were often built around already successful singles.
The up-tempo "Let Your Hair Down" was the last number one hit the Temptations would have with songwriter/producer Norman Whitfield. After giving the group 25 Top Ten R&B hits, including ten number ones, he was anxious to move out on to pursue other projects. As a part of the group's 1990 LP, the track featured members of Rose Royce, a group that Norman Whitfield would have a number of hits with, beginning with the Car Wash soundtrack
Let Your Hair Down" is a 1973 single by American vocal group The Temptations. Dennis Edwards sings lead on the song and the group is backed by Rose Royce on the track. The song originally appeared on the Temptations 1973 album, 1990. Released as a single in November of that year, it reached the number one spot on the R&B Singles Chart in February 1974 (their last R&B with collaborator Norman Whitfield) but was less successful on the Pop Singles Chart, stalling at References.
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