Stevie Wonder, Temptations Window Card 1960s Chuck Jackson

Two of Motown’s five biggest acts ever, Stevie Wonder and The Temptations, emblazon this beautiful, large 1964 concert poster from Richmond, VA. And both acts were “rookies,” as evidenced by their first big hits being listed on the poster by their names. Stevie had just turned 14 years old and had dropped “Little” from his name in the process. (After all, 14 is so grown up, right?) And the Temps had just experienced their first Top 20 hit, “The Way You Do The Things You Do.” Also shown in this video is a fun, rare 1966 concert poster with the Temptations on it only, and featuring their #1 smash “My Girl.” Both are enthusiastically discussed by collector Pete Howard of PosterCentral.com (phone 805-540-0020, email pete@postercentral.com). And if old soul-music window cards like this are appealing to you, be sure to view this page right here on my web site: http://www.postercentral.com/rhythmnblues.htm

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