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The Four Tops - Still Waters Run Deep album mp3
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    The Four Tops
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    Still Waters Run Deep
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    Motown,Pop-Soul,Soul,AM Pop
  • Date of release:
    March, 1970
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    1770 megabytes
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Still Waters Run Deep (album). Still Waters Run Deep is a 1970 album by the American vocal group Four Tops. Released in March 1970 on the Motown label.

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Still Waters Run Deep" is a 1970 album by the American vocal group The Four Tops released in March 1970 on the Motown label.

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Four Tops Second Album (also known as Second Album) is a 1965 R&B studio album by vocal quartet the Four Tops. The album, released on the Motown record label, reached No. 3 on Billboard's "Black Albums" chart and No. 20 on "Pop Albums". The album contained three hit singles. Still Waters Run Deep (1970). Changing Times (1970). Nature Planned It (1972).

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Charles Dawes - Composer
Charles G. Dawes - Composer
Lamont Dozier - Composer
The Four Tops - Primary Artist
Brian Holland - Composer
Eddie Holland - Composer
Sherlie Matthews - Composer
Fred Neil - Composer
Smokey Robinson - Composer
William Robinson - Composer
Pam Sawyer - Composer
Carl Sigman - Composer
Frank Wakefield - Composer
Frank Wilson - Composer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Still Water (Love) Smokey Robinson / William Robinson / Frank Wilson The Four Tops 3:17
2 Reflections Lamont Dozier / Brian Holland / Eddie Holland The Four Tops 3:29
3 It's All In the Game Charles Dawes / Charles G. Dawes / Carl Sigman The Four Tops 2:49
4 Everybody's Talking Fred Neil The Four Tops 2:57
5 Love (Is the Answer) Smokey Robinson / William Robinson / Frank Wakefield / Frank Wilson The Four Tops 2:31
6 I Wish I Were Your Mirror Pam Sawyer / Frank Wilson The Four Tops 3:13
7 Elusive Butterfly The Four Tops 3:12
8 Bring Me Together The Four Tops 3:00
9 L.A. (My Town) Sherlie Matthews The Four Tops 3:13
10 Still Water [Peace] Smokey Robinson / Frank Wilson The Four Tops 2:42

After Holland-Dozier-Holland, Motown's chief songwriting team and writers of the majority of the Four Tops' hits, things seemed to be in disarray save for a few groups. Even the Tops themselves had a flop with their first Frank Wilson produced album, 'Soul Spin'. Thankfully, they rebounded quickly, and Wilson managed to put together an excellent collection of songs. There were two hits, 'Still Water (Love)' and a cover of the old-time hit 'It's All in the Game'. They're both great, but the former in particular is a masterpiece that starts out mellow but then takes of into the stratosphere thanks to Levi Stubbs and his soulful belting. The rest of the album is equally as great, it's hard to choose my favorite cuts. Their cover of 'Reflections', with even more psychedelic sounds than the original by the Supremes, is probably the definitive version. 'L.A (My Town)' has gorgeous lyrics and harmonies, and 'Love (Is The Answer)' packs a catchy punch despite it's brevity. The boys even get funky on 'Bring Me Together', with a blazing intro that gets you hooked even before the lead vocals come in. 'Everybody's Talkin'' is another cover, as is 'Elusive Butterfly', and the Tops' ability to squeeze every ounce of emotion from virtually any song makes both of them more enjoyable than when other artists tackle them. I haven't even mentioned another pretty song done first by the Supremes, 'I Wish I Were Your Mirror'. The album closer and continuation of the opening track, 'Still Water (Peace)', brings things full circle and makes the whole project basically a concept album, though no songs other than the two similarly titled songs have any real connection (in some versions of the album I've heard, 'Still Water (Love)' fades directly into 'Reflections', however). 'Still Waters Run Deep' is a superb album, though for some reason I can't quite give it five-stars. I appreciate the album more every time I listen to it, though, and it's clearly the best Four Tops album in my view, not to mention one of the best Motown ones. Everything from the vocals to the music to the brilliant production and songwriting came together here to form a near-masterpiece of soul-stirring entertainment.
1970, the 70s, a new decade saw Motown, a wildly successful singles label, effectively competing with the majors....graduate into an album label as well. (The Supremes proved by 1964's "Where Did Our Love Go" quite capable of selling multi-million albums as that seminal release sold a staggering 4 million copies, however, no other Motown act sold albums with the same potency as they sold hit singles).This 1970 album for The Four Tops was sophisticated and well thought out "concept album" demonstrated that the group nor the label would fade into oblivion. As Holland, Dozier, Holand bid farewel, the group's members, particularly Renaldo "Obie" Benson told the reins an helped create a powerful strategy. Using a "song cycle" strategy using the title track as the opener and the last track, "Still Water" with the other songs being loosely related thematically. The album would become one of their most successful, barely missing the Top 200, Top 20 (#21) and not one but two hit singles.Thematically, they chose songs with mature subject matter particularly the environment. Marvin Gaye loved the idea and "Mercy, Mercy Me" from his forthcoming game changing "What's Going On" was the catalyst. Once again, the group now actively involved with all aspects of their albums, carefully selected great covers like "Reflections", "Elusive Butterfly" and the more traditional "Its All in the Game". The album spent the balance of a year on the charts and was certified platinum (1 million units). For now, at least, The Four Tops eased into their second decade with Motown.