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Very Best Of Spinners
Artist: Spinners
UPC: 00081227121327
Label: Rhino Records
Genre: Soul/R&B
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Product Type: Compact Disc
Released: April 1993
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Additional Information
Weight: 0.23 lbs
Track Listing
1 It's a Shame
2 Love Don't Love Nobody (Part 1)
3 Living a Little, Laughing a Little
4 Sadie
5 They Just Can't Stop It the (Games People Play)
6 Rubberband Man, The
7 Working My Way Back To You / Forgive Me, Girl
8 Cupid / I've Loved YouFor A Long Time
9 I'll Be Around
10 How Could I Let You Get Away
11 Could It Be I'm Falling in Love
12 One of a Kind (Love Affair)
13 Ghetto Child
14 Mighty Love (Part 1)
15 I'm Coming Home
16 Then Came You
Release Date : 04/20/1993
General Description : Performer
Muze Genre-sub class : R&B
Number of Discs : 1
Running Time : 58 minutes 30 seconds
Performance Recorded : Studio
Misc Note : The Spinners include: Phillipe Wynne, John Edwards (vocals); Henry Fambrough, Billy Henderson, Pervis Jackson, Bobbie Smith (background vocals). Additional personnel includes: Dionne Warwick (vocals). Includes liner notes by Kevin Phinney. Digitally remastered by Bill Inglot & Dan Hersch (Digiprep). The Spinners were rivaled only by the O'Jays as the greatest Philly soul group, and for that matter the greatest vocal group of the '70s. For listeners who don't want to dig as deeply as the excellent double-CD anthology One of a Kind Love Affair, Rhino's The Very Best of the Spinners is a stellar single-disc career summary that offers a concentrated dose of the group's sweet soul magic. It also serves as a primer on the best work of Thom Bell, Philly soul's "other" great producer besides the legendary Gamble & Huff team. Incredibly, every one of the 16 tracks here -- culled from 1970-1980 -- reached the R&B Top Ten, and half went all the way to number one on either the pop or R&B lists. As this collection demonstrates, the Spinners' massive popularity was well-deserved. Built around the magnetic leads of Philippe Wynne, their records were tastefully, elegantly romantic, full of adult heartache and longings as complex as the group's shifting harmonies. The compilers also license the pre-Wynne Motown hit "It's a Shame," co-written by Stevie Wonder, and include two disco-tinged medleys that returned the Spinners to the Top Ten for the last time at the close of the '70s. But the Wynne material is really the backbone of their output, and Thom Bell's gorgeous production frames his voice with just the right amount of sweetness. There's more to discover on One of a Kind Love Affair, but The Very Best of the Spinners is so solid from top to bottom that it's hard to argue with; one or the other is a necessary purchase for anyone even remotely interested in '70s soul. ~ Steve Huey