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The Spinners - I'll Be Around / How Could I Let You Get Away album flac Performer: The Spinners
Title: I'll Be Around / How Could I Let You Get Away
Style: Soul
Released: 1972
Country: Jamaica
MP3 album: 1304 mb
FLAC album: 1402 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: AA AHX RA WAV MIDI AUD ADX
Genre: Funk and Soul

Artist: The Spinners Album: Spinners Genre: Funk, Soul Origin: USA Released: 1973/2015 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: 01. Just Can't Get You Out of My Mind 02. Just You and Me Baby 03. Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You 04. I Could Never (Repay Your Love) 05. I'll Be Around 06. One of a Kind (Love Affair) 07. We Belong Together 0. How Could I Let You Get Away 10. Could It Be I'm Falling in Love 11. (Oh Lord) I Wish I Could Sleep (Bonus Track) 12. I Just Gotta Make It Happen (Bonus Track) 13. Mr. Big Man (Bonus Track) 14. You Sure Are Nasty (Bonus Track) 15. I'll Be Around (Mike Maurro Remix) (Bonus Track) 16. Could It Be I'm Falling in Love (A Tom Moulton Mix) (Bonus Track) 17. One of a Kind (Love Affair) (A Tom Moulton Mix) (Bonus Track) 18. I'll Be Around (Single Version) (Bonus Track) DOWNLOAD ALBUM A superb album, arguably their finest, though not their biggest, crossover work.

I Let You Get Away" reaching number 77. "I'll Be Around" was also the Spinners' first million-selling hit single The 1973 follow-up singles "Could It Be I'm Falling in Love" (led by Smith and Wynne), which was another million-seller, "One of a Kind (Love Affair)" (led by Wynne), and "Ghetto Child" (led by Fambrough and Wynne) cemented the group's reputation, as well as further that of Bell, a noted Philly soul. Following their Atlantic successes,.

album: "Spinners" (1973). Just Can't Get You Out Of My Mind Just You And Me Baby Don't Let The Green Grass Fool You I Could Never (Repay Your Love) I'll Be Around One Of A Kind (Love Affair) We Belong Together Ghetto Child How Could I Let You Get Away Could It Be I'm Falling In Love. Could It Be I'm Falling In Love" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.

One of the songs Atlantic promoted, How Could I Let You Get Away with the B-side I’ll Be Around but radio deejays flipped the record playing the B-side and the rest is history. I’ll Be Around became the group’s first number one hit. The Spinners would become one of Atlantic’s top artists of the early 1970’s with hit after hit after hit. Here’s one their slow jams from their debut long player.

Margaret Johnson – If I Let You Get Away with It Once You'll D. :47. Spinners – How Could I Let You Get Away. Margaret Johnson – If I Let You Get Away With It. 5:04. Roobby Dan – Never Gonna Let U Get Away. Cafe Lounge Groove – Won't Let You Get Away. Hitz – I Can't Let You Get Away. Maarit Korhonen – Don't Let It Get Away. Mass Digital – I Won't Let You Get Away (Demir Remix). Bing Crosby – Love Won't Let You Get Away. Dennis Brown – How Could I Let You Get Away. Gary McCormack – Don't Let Collette Get Away.

It's Ashame, Rubberband Man, Mighty Love, Could It Be I'm Falling In Love, I'll Be Around, Mighty Love, One of a kind Love Affair, Ghetto Child, Sadie, How Could I Let You Get Away, Then Came You, Games People Play, Love Don't Love NoBody, were among their biggest hits, making them the premier group of the 70's. преди 5 дни. Incredible Singer Unsung Underrated RIP KING.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A I'll Be Around
Written-By – Phil Hurtt, Thom Bell
3:10
B How Could I Let You Get Away
Written-By – Yvette Davis
3:46

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic
  • Published By – Bellboy Music
  • Published By – Assorted Music
  • Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation

Credits

  • Producer, Arranged By, Conductor – Thom Bell

Notes

Vocal

A - Published By Bellboy Music / Assorted Music BMI
B - Published By Bellboy Music BMI

MFG. By Atlantic Recording Corp.
℗ 1972 Atlantic

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A-side): A-12951 SP
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B-side): A-24950 SP
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A: Hand etched): A - 24951 - 1 1-4 AT/DK
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B: Hand etched): A - 24950 - 1 1-2 AT/DK
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A: Hand etched, Variant 1): A - 24951 - 1 1-3 [SRC Logo] AT/DK
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B: Hand etched, Variant 1): A - 24950 - 1 1-1 AT/DK SP
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Pressing Plant ID (On labels): SP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
45-2904 The Spinners* I'll Be Around / How Could I Let You Get Away ‎(7") Atlantic 45-2904 Jamaica 1972
45-2904 Spinners I'll Be Around / How Could I Let You Get Away ‎(7", Promo) Atlantic 45-2904 US 1972
HS-896, HS 896 The Spinners* Estaré Por Ahí = I'll Be Around / Cómo Pude Dejarte Ir = How Could I Let You Get Away ‎(7", Single) Atlantic, Atlantic HS-896, HS 896 Spain 1972
ATL 10 243, ATL 10243 The Detroit Spinners* I'll Be Around / How Could I Let You Get Away ‎(7", Single, Promo) Atlantic, Atlantic ATL 10 243, ATL 10243 Germany 1972
K 10243 The Spinners* How Could I Let You Get Away ‎(7", Promo) Atlantic K 10243 UK 1972


Comments: (1)
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Patrick Adams: “In the spring of 1972, I and many music lovers were total fans of Philadelphia music Producer Thom Bell. His Soul / Pop ballads where always amazing musical journeys that once tasted always seemed to linger in your heart and soul. So on a particular Saturday afternoon I picked up a new release by the Spinners produced by Bell - How Could I Let You Get Away, without even listening. Stopping at a friends house we listened and we were happy with the new record. I flipped it over to hear the “B” side and WOW! Within 20 seconds I was hypnotized for life. I think we must have played the song about 30 times. The following Monday I put in a call to DeeDee Dabney, the R&B columnist at Record World Magazine. After we said “Hello,” her next words were, “I know, Atlantic Records is promoting the wrong side.” It seemed like everybody was on to it but Atlantic Records. By some Universal happenstance as the Record was zooming up the charts, I found myself two weeks later sitting on the Amtrack Metroliner next to Thom Bell. At the time, I was doing A&R at Perception/Today Records in New York and Mr. Bell was producing the Odds and Ends for us. I humbly asked the musical genius 2 questions. First, for all the sophisticated symphonic soul he was known for, what possessed him to write such a simple song. Thom laughed and said, “man I’ve had that progression in my head since I was 14 years old.” Then the real magical question. “Why is the track so F-ing slow?” His reply totally surprised me but made all the sense in the world. “At that tempo, White people can just walk in place and feel like they dancing.” That became a very important key to making my future records easier Pop crossovers.”