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The Temptations have been my fav since I was a wee child. I swear I was born into the wrong genteration.. This is MY WEDDING SONG: "You're part of every thought I think each day, your name is in every phrase my lips say. Every dream I dream is about ya, honey I can't live without ya!" So sweet & simple. I love it..

The Temptations were the first Motown act to win a Grammy in 1968 and are considered to be one of, if not the, most influential band in the soul music genre. But the hits of The Temptations were never rewarded in Grammy’s top categories.

Glen Campbell, Wichita Lineman IS without a shadow of a doubt my absolute most favourite song in the history of songs.

Glen Campbell, my favorite album. Songs: Wichita Lineman, Gentle on my Mind, By the time I get to Phoenix ( not on this album ) Where's the Playground Suzie et al

The debut studio album by the San Francisco rock group Santana, released in 1969.  The album peaked at #4 on the Billboard 200 pop album chart.  In 2003, the album was ranked #149 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.  Album cover art was by Lee Conklin.

Cover Story for March 2008 Subject: Santana, a 1969 release (on Columbia Records) by Santana, with cover art & design by Lee Conklin The cover of Santana’s debut record was adapted (at Santana’s request) from a poster design originally.

American Journey: Bound for the Promised Land - This album of early American music by the Waverly Consort is a great introduction to our country's rich classical music roots.

American Journey: Bound for the Promised Land - This album of early American music by the Waverly Consort is a great introduction to our country's rich classical music roots.

Michael Daugherty: Metropolis Symphony -- this is the work that really made Daugherty's reputation.

Michael Daugherty: Metropolis Symphony -- this is the work that really made Daugherty's reputation.

What a lineup! James Levine, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, Håkan Hagegård and Kathleen Battle

What a lineup! James Levine, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, Håkan Hagegård and Kathleen Battle

American masterworks, indeed!

American masterworks, indeed!

Pierre Boulez, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra won a Grammy for this recording -- and no wonder. It's clear Boulez really understands Edgar Varèse's music.

Listen to songs from the album Boulez Conducts Varèse, including "Amériques", "Arcana", "Déserts" and many more. Buy the album for Songs start at Free with Apple Music subscription.

Couperin: Suites for Harpsichord played by Christopher Rousset.

Couperin: Suites for Harpsichord played by Christopher Rousset.

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