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Host-for-hire Vernon Kay dubbed this baffling ball of confusion Spentertainment.
I'm a big Temptations fan and I love all the songs, but Ball of Confusion is pretty special.
For the soul legends and the one original member in their ranks, Otis Williams, 2012 will see the group famous for such hits as Get Ready and Ball of Confusion making their now regular pilgrimage to the UK for a nationwide tour.
The Four Tops and The Temptations were two of the groups that helped define the 'Motown Sound' of the 1960s and with the success of The Temptations' recent UK Top 10 album, Classic Soul Hits, they are promising an unforgettable show full of charttoppers including My Girl, Get Ready and Ball of Confusion.
There were few reasons for Scotland supporters to be cheerful last weekend but the sight of Murray twisting and turning the All Blacks' 20st debutant loosehead Jamie Mackintosh into a ball of confusion was one.
A perpetual student (he’s always in the middle of writing a term paper on Thomas Hardy), Matt distances himself from the pathos with black humor and tries in vain to apply an academic approach to his memories, hoping to bring meaning and order to this ball of confusion.
This period produced Cloud Nine; Runaway Child, Running Wild; Psychedelic Shack; Ball of Confusion and Papa Was A Rolling Stone.
As to its purpose, well that seems to be a whole ball of confusion too, a gobble-de-gook of "can't make our minds up" property developer speak - including that well worn phrase "night time economy".