Eddie Kendricks

Soul Retrospective: Eddie Kendricks

Eddie Kendricks’ departure from the Temptations sent shockwaves through the music world. The soft-spoken and erudite Kendricks was the tenor/falsetto voice on such hits as “Get Ready,” “The Way You Do The Things You Do,” and “Just My Imagination (Running […]

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The Dramatics on Soul Train in 1973

Soul Retrospective: The Dramatics

[caption id="attachment_32325" align="aligncenter" width="300"] The Dramatics on Soul Train in 1973[/caption]

The Dramatics are one of R&B's much-loved, charismatic yet underrated groups. The Dramatics’ work

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Classic Soul Album Spotlight:  David Ruffin’s ‘Who I Am’

After David Ruffin left the Temptations to embark on a solo career, he scored a big hit in 1969 with “My


Soul Retrospective: The Temptations’ ‘Truly For You’

In the 1980s, The Temptations were one of the few R&B groups who could keep their act contemporary as well as hold on to


The Temptations’ Classic Five: Otis, Paul, Melvin, Eddie, and David

The Temptations, one of the most remarkable groups in R&B music, made their music debut back in 1965 after signing a recording contract with

Temptations Sing Smokey album cover

Classic Soul Album: ‘The Temptations Sing Smokey’

The talented, tantalizing, terrific, totally together Temptations can easily be classified as the top soul group of all time. With their five-part harmony and core


The Temptations: ‘A Song For You’

By 1972, even die-hard Temptations fans had to accept that the Temptations were, in fact, Dennis Edwards, Otis Williams, Melvin Franklin, Richard Street and Damon


TV’s Top 5 Biopics

CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story aired on VH1 last month and was the highest-rated television film premiere of 2013, as well as the highest-rated original film


Thursday Throwback: Eddie Kendricks

The silky smooth voice of Alabama native Eddie Kendricks has graced some of the most classic tunes of all time. As a member and co-founder of the

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