Tammi Terrell

Irresistible / 1968 USA white demo

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  • Artist: Tammi Terrell
  • A Side: Irresistible
  • B Side: 1968 USA white demo
  • Label: Motown
  • Format: LP



  • Vinyl Condition: M-
  • Label Condition: M-
  • Sleeve Condition: E

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Motown's most gorgeous of Sisters with her magnificent solo album in its rarest format by far. A 1968 white demo in fine clean condition.

This much-loved and solitary Tammi Terrell album released less than 2 years before her tragic, untimely death at the tender age of 24 years of age. Robbing the Soul World and Motown their most photogenic and sincere female vocalist. Her death sending Marvin Gaye into a deep mourning that triggered one the greatest albums ever made, when he created "What's Going On" with Tammi very much in his mind.

This LP leaves all other Motown vocalists in the shade of has the pureness of her voice demands your 100% attention. With Harvey Fuqua & Johnny Bristol rich productions cradling this lady from one standout tune to another.

From as Northern Soul standpoint there are few better Motown NS dance tune than the LP only; "Tears At The End Of A Love Affair" or the slick "Come On And See Me", her electrifying version of "This Old Heart Of Mine" or her least known Northern Soul dancer "I Can't Stop Now" plus the stunning mid-paced NS stroller "Just Too Much To Hope For" beautifully dovetailing into the next two tracks..with "I Can't Go On Without You" a killer sad song to finish this magnificent album with.

making it truly ... IRRESTISTIBLE!

Condition Report

Two clean white PROMO labels, vinyl reveals only the merest storage hairline under direct light. Mint minus vinyl that plays completely flawless all housed in the original inner sleeve. The heart-stopping cover, reveals only light storage rub. scrutinized the images provided. if you can take your eyes off that rare vista of the promo label.

A Side

  • Title: Irresistible

    B Side

  • Title: 1968 USA white demo
  • Year: 1968
  • City: Detroit, Mich