Although the list is about ten years old, Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Singers list has recently been making the rounds back through social media. No matter where you go on the internet, people are once again arguing about the validity of the list. Lists like these are ultimately pointless; even the people who write these lists probably disagree with their own rankings a week after they make them. What isn't pointless, however, is how much fun it is to argue about who should have been ranked higher. For me, the biggest problem with the list is the glaring omissions. There are timeless, hugely influential singers that are nowhere to be found on Rolling Stone's ranking, and these are just five of the biggest that were missing.
Cloud Nine may have been the first trip in the psychedelic soul era for The Temptations, but Puzzle People was the proof that it was here to stay. The incredible (and severely underrated) album was released 50 years ago this week, the same week that The Beatles released Abbey Road. It was a sign that … Continue reading Celebrating 50 Years of The Temptations’ Puzzle People