June 17: ‘To Be Continued’ Album by The Temptations Was Released on This Date in 1986

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By Victor Trammell

Photo credits: Gordy/Motown

The LP titled “To Be Continued…” is a 1986 album by The Temptations, an American R&B vocal group.

The Gordy label of Motown Records released it on June 17, 1986. “Lady Soul,” the group’s third top ten R&B success of the 1980s, charted at No. 4 on Billboard’s R&B and No. 47 on Billboard’s mainstream charts. It was Ali-Ollie Woodson’s third and last album with the group during his initial tenure. Dennis Edwards replaced him the next year, and he rejoined the group two years later, replacing Edwards.

Peter Bunetta, Rick Chudacoff, and Eddie Lambert produced the album. Steve Barri served as executive producer. The first three lead singles released from “To Be Continued…” included “Touch Me,” (released in 1985) the LP’s title track (released in 1986), and “Together Again,” which was released in 1987.



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