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CD: The Four Tops - Four Tops & Four Tops Second Album

01. Baby I Need Your Loving
02. Without the One You Love (Life's Not Worthwhile)
03. Where Did You Go
04. Ask the Lonely
05. Your Love Is Amazing
06. Sad Souvenirs
07. Don't Turn Away
08. Teahouse in China Town
09. Left with a Broken Heart
10. Love Has Gone
11. Call On Me
12. I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)
13. Love Feels Like Fire
14. Is There Anything That I Can Do
15. Something About You
16. It's the Same Old Song
17. Helpless
18. Just as Long as You Need Me
19. Darling, I Hum Our Song
20. I Like Everything About You
21. Since You've Been Gone
22. Stay in My Lonely Arms
23. I'm Grateful

Review Of "Four Tops" by Ron Wynn, AMG

You'd be hard pressed to find two better singles on a debut album than "Ask the Lonely" and "Baby I Need Your Loving." These were the cornerstones of The Four Tops' first LP, and besides netting them one Top Ten and Top 20 pop single each, as well as a Top Ten and Top 20 R&B single, it established Levi Stubbs' resounding voice as another unforgettable one at Motown. Even the tunes that didn't do so well, like "Left with a Broken Heart" or "Without the One You Love (Life's Not Worth While)," were marvelously sung. It was a debut to remember.

Review of "Second Album" by Ron Wynn, AMG

The Four Tops followed their fine debut album with an even more magnificent second effort, The Four Tops' Second Album. They landed their first number one pop and R&B hit with "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)." There was also "Something About You," a great uptempo shouter that seemed a disappointment at number 19 on the pop charts (and number nine on the R&B charts), but didn't lack vocal authority or production genius. The album also contained "It's the Same Old Song," a tidy little number that reached number five on the pop chart and number two on the R&B chart, and had one of the greatest lyrical hooks – and titles – ever.

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