The Supremes And Four Tops – Dynamite – USA IMPORT – M745T
“This USA IMPORT cart is in good condition. The front label has a small amount of bubbling on the left hand side. The spine label has, what looks like, a cigarette burn towards the left side and a tiny scuff on the right side. The back label has a very small amount of bubbling on the left side, a small amount of fading near programme 4 listing and a couple of scuffs at the top. Please check the photos.”
Artist: The Supremes & The Four Tops
Format: 8-Track Cartridge
Record Label: Motown
Release Title: Dynamite
Genre: Pop, R&B & Soul, Soul
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The Supremes and The Four Tops released an album called Dynamite in 1971. It was the third and last collaborative album between the two groups, following The Magnificent Seven (1970) and The Return of the Magnificent Seven (1971).
The album was produced by Frank Wilson and featured a mix of funk, soul, and disco. It was not as commercially successful as the previous two albums, but it did spawn the single “Dynamite”, which reached number 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The album was well-received by critics, with many praising the vocals of The Supremes and The Four Tops and the production of Frank Wilson.
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