Oh Mother of Mine
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|"Oh, Mother of Mine"|
|Single by The Temptations|
|B-side||"Romance Without Finance"|
|Released||July 24, 1961|
|Recorded||Hitsville USA; April 1961|
|Genre||Soul, R&B, Doo-wop|
|Label||Miracle (M 5)|
|Writer(s)||William "Mickey" Stevenson
|Producer(s)||William "Mickey" Stevenson
Andre Williams (as "Dre-Mic")
|The Temptations singles chronology|
"Oh, Mother of Mine" is a 1961 song that was released as a Miracle label single by Motown singing group The Temptations. It was the group's debut single for Motown, after signing with them in January of that year.
- Lead vocals by Paul Williams (song) and Eddie Kendricks (bridge)
- Background vocals by Eddie Kendricks, Melvin Franklin, Al Bryant and Otis Williams
- Instrumentation by The Funk Brothers
- Williams, Otis and Weinger, Harry (2002). My Girl: The Very Best of the Temptations [CD liner notes]. New York: Motown/Universal Records.
- Williams, Otis and Romanowski, Patricia (1988, updated 2002). Temptations. Lanham, MD: Cooper Square. ISBN 0-8154-1218-5.
- The Complete Motown Singles Vol. 1: 1959-1961 [CD liner notes]. New York: Hip-O Select/Motown/Universal Records.
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