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|Studio album by Eddie Kendricks|
|Eddie Kendricks chronology|
Release August 1977 on the Tamla imprint of Motown Records it charted at number 47 on the Soul Album Charts.
- "Something Shady (Is Going On)" (Leonard Caston Jr., Ronn Matlock) 5:07
- "Baby" (Leonard Caston Jr., Terri McFaddin) 3:52
- "I Want to Live My Life with You" (Diane Goosby, Leonard Caston Jr.) 3:42
- "You Got It" (Leonard Caston Jr., Terri McFaddin) 3:25
- "Intimate Friends" (Garry Glenn) 5:49
- "Diamond Girl" (Jim Seals, Dash Crofts) 4:25
- "Then Came You" (Diane Goosby, Leonard Caston Jr.) 7:31
- "I'll Have to Let You Go" (Kathy Wakefield, Leonard Caston Jr.) 4:34
- "California Woman" (Kathy Wakefield, Leonard Caston Jr.) 3:31
- Eddie Kendricks - Lead and Backing Vocals
- Eddie Willis, Robert White - Guitar
- Lee Marcus, Quentin Dennard, Richard "Pistol" Allen, Uriel Jones - Drums
- Roderick Chandler - Bass
- George Roundtree, Leonard Caston Jr. - Keyboards
- Jack Brokensha - Percussion
- Gerry Paul - Congas
- Larry Nozero - Alto Saxophone
- Barbara Dickerson, Carolyn Majors, Cheryl Lynn, Danny Smith, Donna Thedford, Jean Thompson, Patricia Smith, Phylis Cole, Theo Turner, Victor Caston - Backing Vocals
- David Willardson - cover illustration
|Billboard Top Soul Albums||47|
- "Intimate Friends" has been sampled by multiple artists for various songs, including:
- "Goin' In For Life" by Drake from Comeback Season.
- "Light" by Big Sean from I Decided.
- "Unbreakable" by Alicia Keys from Unplugged.
- "Fall in Love (Your Funeral)" by Erykah Badu from New Amerykah Part Two (Return of the Ankh).
- "Another Summer" by 213 from St. Ides EP.
- "Old Times Sake" by Sweet Sable from the soundtrack to Above the Rim.