Spinners is the third studio album recorded by American R&B group The Spinners, produced by Thom Bell and released in April 1973 on the Atlantic label. The album was the group's first for Atlantic after leaving Motown. Spinners includes their first American top-ten and R&B number-one hit "I'll Be Around", along with the successful songs "Could It Be I'm Falling in Love", "One of a Kind (Love Affair)", "Ghetto Child", and "How Could I Let You Get Away".
Pick of the Litter (The Spinners album). Pick of the Litter is the sixth studio album by American R&B group The Spinners, released in August 1975 on the Atlantic label. The album was produced by Thom Bell and recorded at Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia.
New and Improved (The Spinners album). New and Improved is the fifth album by American R&B group The Spinners, released in December 1974 on the Atlantic label. Like the Spinners' two previous Atlantic albums, New and Improved was produced by Thom Bell and recorded at Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia. New and Improved became the Spinners' third consecutive R&B albums chart-topper and reached on the Billboard 200, their first top 10 album on this chart
The Spinners’ 1973 LP was self-titled because it represented a new start for the group. They had a new label (Atlantic), a new lead singer (Phillipe Wynne), and a new studio team (Sigma Sound Studios, in Philadelphia). This confluence of fresh ideas helped create one of the great soul masterpieces of the early '70s, one that boasted a trifecta of hits in I’ll Be Around, Could It Be I’m Falling in Love," and How Could I Let You Get Away. The first song is one of the most seductive arrangements of all time, courtesy of Thom Bell. The rest of the album followed the lead of its brilliant hit singles, creating a sound that was at once mature and perfectly sweet. Of the lesser-known tracks, the best are Just You and Me Baby and One of a Kind (Love Affair), in which the group’s cascading harmonies fall around a set of cyclical rhythms. Spinners The Spinners.
Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. Dapper R&B troop whose elaborately orchestrated arrangements finally made them soul maestros in the 1970s. The Very Best of the S. ee Full Discography.
Temporarily out of stock. 1974's Mighty Love is another wonderful soulful album as is 1975's Pick of the Litter. 8 people found this helpful.
The Original Spinners (released in the UK as The Detroit Spinners) is the 1967 debut album by The Spinners for Motown Records. The LP includes the group's earliest singles on the label (such as Top 20 R&B hits "I'll Always Love You" and "Truly Yours"), as well as their first ever single "That's What Girls Are Made For" (which was released on the already defunct Tri-Phi Record label). None of the group's other material from Tri-Phi appear on this album. The year 1967 was an important one for psychedelic rock, and was famous for its "Summer of Love" in San Francisco.