The Undisputed Truth - What It Is? FLAC album
Face to Face With the Truth" is the second album by the Motown group, The Undisputed Truth, released in 1972 (recorded 1971) Label: Gordy.
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The Undisputed Truth is the self titled debut album of the Motown group of the same name. Released in 1971, it was produced entirely by Norman Whitfield. The album includes the group's biggest hit single (and only US Top 40 hit), "Smiling Faces Sometimes", which peaked at on the US Billboard Hot 100 Chart. Many of the songs on this album were also recorded by the group's Motown labelmates, The Temptations (also produced by Norman Whitfield)
Album Face to Face With the Truth. What it is, what it is, somebody tell me What it is, what it is, sure is funky What it is, what it is, somebody tell me What it is, what it is, sure is funky. Did I hear somebody say "Down with the system"? Shut your mouth Or I'll take your toy away Children shouldn't play with bombs. Ain't no words to this song You just dance and hum along. What It Is?" Track Info. Face to Face With the Truth The Undisputed Truth. 1. You Make Your Own Heaven And Hell Right Here On Earth. 2. What It Is? 3. Friendship Train.
The Undisputed Truth. Download MP3. The Undisputed Truth. The album itself mixes the traditional Motown sound with ed soul music. A prime example of this is "You Got The Love I Need", which actually uses a backing track recorded in 1965 - the same backing track used for The Temptations' song "I Got Heaven Right Here On Earth", which is an unreleased outtake from their A Lot O' Soul album. You Got The Love I Need" was released as the B-side to The Undisputed Truth's hit single "Smiling Faces Sometimes"
Album · 2002 · 18 Songs. 5. What It Is? (Single Version). More By The Undisputed Truth. See All. The Best of Undisputed Truth - Smiling Faces. Face To Face With the Truth. Method to the Madness. Reception - Released in 1971, it was produced entirely by Norman Whitfield. It is the first musical to derive from Hair that seems to have the confidence of a new creation about it derived from James Rado's sweet and fresh music and lyrics. Since Rainbow has been revised numerous times, in some developments becoming more explicitly a sequel to Hair, as when it became Rainbow: The Ghost of Vietnam in the late Nineties, in others becoming more abstract as in one version, titled Billy Earth: The New Rainbow and as American Soldier: The White Haunted House. California Soul, 03:59. We've Got a Way Out Love, 03:07. Since I've Lost You, 03:22. Ain't No Sun Since You've Been Gone, 02:43. I Heard It Through the Grapevine, 02:52. Like a Rolling Stone, 06:43. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
Whitfield had the creative juices flowing on "Ball of Confusion," which bounces along for more than ten minutes and is true bliss; the arrangement is totally different from the Temptations blockbuster. The tracks, with a couple of exceptions, follow a pattern: Harris sings lead, sounding Jerry Butler-ish, and Joyce and Calvin sweeten the tracks with their sugary, two-part harmonies.
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- Producer – Norman Whitfield
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|G 7114F||Undisputed Truth||What It Is / California Soul (7", Single)||Gordy||G 7114F||US||1972|
|G 7114F||Undisputed Truth||What It Is (7", Promo)||Gordy||G 7114F||US||1972|
|1C 006-93 312||The Undisputed Truth*||What It Is? (7", Single)||Tamla Motown, EMI Electrola||1C 006-93 312||Germany||1972|