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This re-issue combines two out-of-print Four Top’s Motown classics together on one CD, 'Yesterday's Dreams' (1968) & 'Soul Spin' (1969).
If you like the Four Tops and not just the hit singles these two albums epitomize
the Motown sound of the Sixties. Close harmonies and the rich, smooth voice of lead singer, Levi Stubbs.
The 23 tracks include “Cant Seem To Get You Out Of My Mind”, “I’m In A Different World”, “Honey”, “California Dreamin' ”, “Never My Love”, “Yesterdays Dreams” and two Bacharach & David classics “This guy's in love with you” and “The look of love”.
Four Tops - Definitive Collection
In Celebration of Motown's 50th Anniversary, Motown releases ten new compilations to add to The Definitive Collection series. Each "Definitive" disc contains: Original stereo recordings, digitally remastered; Booklet with classic photos and extensive liner notes; No. 1 hits, anthems and classic B-sides; Familiar Motown greats from every era all whilst being beautifully packaged with a consistent line look. Ten legendary names in music join the all-star "Definitive Collection" roster!
18 Classic Tracks including Baby I Need Your Loving, Bernadette, It's The Same Old Song, Walk Away Renee, Reach Out, I'll Be There, Standing In The Shadows Of Love,
It's All In The Game, 7-Rooms Of Gloom, and many more.
Essential Collection - Four Tops
An all but impossible to beat single disc greatest hits set, this collection covers just about every crucial stage of the Tops' career. During Motown's 1960s glory days, the Tops were abetted by the brilliant writing/producing team of Holland-Dozier-Holland. The timeless soul classics that sprung forth, including "Baby I Need Your Loving" and the epic "Reach Out I'll Be There", are indeed essential.
The group's post-HDH career is surprisingly rewarding, from soulful covers of Tim Hardin and the Left Banke, to their early 1970s successes at ABC/Paramount ("Ain't No Woman Like the One I Got"), and their disco era smash ("When She Was My Girl"). If you only have room for one Four Tops album, this is the one to grab.
Four Tops - Reach Out DVD
FOR THE FIRST TIME ON DVD, 22 legendary full length performances by the hit-making Motown group. From rare localtelevision clips to celebrated appearances on the national stage, this collection offers a stunning array of classic Motown music, with remastered sound and video--including the option to experience the Four Tops like never before, and hear unreleased a cappella mixes of such songs as "Reach Out I'll Be There," "Baby I Need Your Loving" and nine more, taken directly from their original Motown sessions reels. As an extra special bonus, newly shot interviews with Duke Fakir, Roquel Payton, Smokey Robinson and Mickey Stevenson, as well as vintage interviews with the rest of the group are highlighted throughout, documenting the oneof-a-kind story of this Motown supergroup. This DVD boasts an 80-minute documentary and more than 35 minutes of extras, including more exclusive interviews and bonus performances featuring post-Motown hits. All in digitally remastered 5.1 surround and stereo!
The acclaimed best selling story of Tamla Motown records - the most successful independent record label in the world. Now acknowledged by critics in both the US and Europe as the definitive account of the rise and fall of the Motown Sound. It covers the careers of all the great Motown artists - The Supremes, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, The Four Tops, The Jackson Five and many more. It tells the story behind all their hits and how the company was run on factory like principles by Berry Gordy who as a result became the richest black American in history. It paints a portrait of gullible artists signing away their rights and, eventually, falling out with Gordy over monetary matters and that many of the back room boys at Motown - the writers and the musicians who played on the records - got a pittance for their efforts.
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