The Girl's Alright with Me
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|"The Girl's Alright With Me"|
|Single by The Temptations|
|from the album The Temptin' Temptations|
|A-side||"I'll Be in Trouble"|
|Released||April 29, 1964|
|Recorded||Hitsville USA (Studio A); March 26, 1964|
Edward Holland, Jr.
and Eddie Kendricks
|The Temptations singles chronology|
"The Girl's Alright with Me" is a 1964 song recorded by The Temptations for the Gordy (Motown) label. The B-side to their Top 40 hit "I'll Be in Trouble", the song was also able to chart on its own, peaking at number 102 on Billboard Pop Charts. It was written by Eddie Kendricks, Norman Whitfield, and Eddie Holland, and produced by Whitfield. Whitfield would rerecord the song with his act The Undisputed Truth some ten years later for their album Down To Earth.
- Lead vocals by Eddie Kendricks
- Background vocals by Melvin Franklin, Paul Williams, David Ruffin, and Otis Williams
- Instrumentation by The Funk Brothers
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Chart||102|
|U.S. Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100||2|
|U.S. Cash Box R&B Singles Chart||39|
- Williams, Otis and Romanowski, Patricia (1988, updated 2002). Temptations. Lanham, MD: Cooper Square. ISBN 0-8154-1218-5.
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