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    sharpy
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    papa was a rolling stone

    Post by sharpy on Sun Feb 04, 2018 5:32 pm

    Dennis Edwards, the great singer who took over for david Ruffin in '68 for the temptations, died over the weekend..  Arguably the best of the lead singers, with Eddie Kendricks, but certainly the one who sang on more hits than any other singer - my favorite Ball of Confusion. 
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    Re: papa was a rolling stone

    Post by alohafri on Mon Feb 05, 2018 8:59 am

    sharpy wrote:Dennis Edwards, the great singer who took over for david Ruffin in '68 for the temptations, died over the weekend..  Arguably the best of the lead singers, with Eddie Kendricks, but certainly the one who sang on more hits than any other singer - my favorite Ball of Confusion. 

    Loved "Ball of Confusion"!

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    Re: papa was a rolling stone

    Post by frank bonifacic on Mon Feb 05, 2018 1:58 pm

    alohafri wrote:
    sharpy wrote:Dennis Edwards, the great singer who took over for david Ruffin in '68 for the temptations, died over the weekend..  Arguably the best of the lead singers, with Eddie Kendricks, but certainly the one who sang on more hits than any other singer - my favorite Ball of Confusion. 

    Loved "Ball of Confusion"!
    Didn't think you guys were old enough to know anything from 1968!
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    Re: papa was a rolling stone

    Post by alohafri on Tue Feb 06, 2018 9:00 am

    frank bonifacic wrote:
    alohafri wrote:
    sharpy wrote:Dennis Edwards, the great singer who took over for david Ruffin in '68 for the temptations, died over the weekend..  Arguably the best of the lead singers, with Eddie Kendricks, but certainly the one who sang on more hits than any other singer - my favorite Ball of Confusion. 

    Loved "Ball of Confusion"!
    Didn't think you guys were old enough to know anything from 1968!

    My dad had us listening to "Clear Reflections Oldies with Peter Dean" on the old WCLR every Saturday night when we were growing up.

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