The Temptations (not to be confused with the later Motown group also called The Temptations) were a vocal group from New York best known for the 1960 hit "Barbara". Issued on Goldisc Records, the song peaked on the Cash Box Magazine chart at #38 and on the Billboard Hot 100 at #29. Shortly after this hit, lead singer Neil Stevens left to go solo. The other members of the group were: Larry Curtis, Artie Sands and Artie Marin. The flip side song on Barbara was Someday. Other recordings were: Fickle Little Girl, Letter of Devotion, Ballad of Love, Tonight My Heart She Is Crying.
obscure early 60s New York vocal group "Barbara"
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