May 12th, 1968 Ad and Ten Facts About The Temptations Song ” I Could Never Love Another”

May 12th, 1968 Ad for The Temptations’ classic single “I Could Never Love Another (After Loving You).” This single has one of Motown’s best arrangements. Check out 10 facts about the record.

1. Written by Norman Whitfield & Barrett Strong

2. First of Eight Top 30 hit singles in a row for the Temptations

3. David Ruffin sings lead

4. Released in 1968

5. Temptations last single featuring David Ruffin

6. #1 R&B Single

7. Released on the Motown subsidiary label, Gordy

8. Peaked at #47 in the United Kingdom

9. Co-Written by Roger Penzabene

10. Opens with a cello, doubled an octave higher with a viola, joined by two violins.

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