Since I Lost My Baby

Album: Temptin' Temptations (1965)
Charted: 17
  • Smokey Robinson and Warren Moore wrote this lover's lament. Robinson also produced it.
  • Luther Vandross did a remake of this on his 1982 album, Forever, For Always, For Love. >>
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    Mark - Simsbury, CT, for above 2
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Comments: 3

  • Kristin from Bessemer, AlI love that part of the song when David Ruffin sings "Every day I'm more inclined to find her/inclined to find her/inclined to find my baby" - that line makes the entire song!
  • Sara from Silver Spring, MdMichael McDonald did a cover on his Motown album.
  • Matt from Raleigh, NcThis was played in the movie "Standing in the Shadows of Motown" after James Jamerson, Motown's famous bass player, went to see the Motown 25th anniversary concert in 1983 and died shortly thereafter, dying a forgotten genius. A very moving moment in an excellent documentary about Motown's house band, The Funk Brothers.
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