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Brenda and the Tabulations | The Top & Bottom Singles Collection 1969-1971

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The Top & Bottom Singles Collection 1969-1971

by Brenda and the Tabulations

Melodic, fragile sound of Brenda combined with the soaring strings and lyrics of producer Van McCoy produced the memorable mature sound of Brenda and the Tabulations
Genre: Urban/R&B: Traditional R&B
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Touch of You
3:07 album only
2. Stop Sneaking Around
2:00 album only
3. And My Heart Sang (Tra-La-La)
3:18 album only
4. Lies, Lies, Lies
2:43 album only
5. Don't Make Me Over
4:02 album only
6. You've Changed
2:57 album only
7. A Child No One Wanted
3:38 album only
8. Scuse Uz Y'All
2:48 album only
9. Right On the Tip Of My Tongue
3:22 album only
10. Always & Forever
3:18 album only
11. A Part of You
3:31 album only
12. Where There's a Will (There's a Way)
3:13 album only
13. Why Didn't I Think of That
2:52 album only
14. A Love You Can Depend On
2:40 album only


Album Notes
When Brenda and the Tabulations teamed up with producer Van McCoy, the sparks flew and created a firestorm of hits that included \"Right On the Tip of My Tongue,\" \"A Part of You,\" and \"A Child No One Wanted,\" all on this CD, in addition to the pre-Van McCoy hit, \"The Touch of You.\" McCoy\'s sophisticated songs and productions combined with Brenda\'s expressive, vulnerable voice to make a soulful sound and a string of hits, all on this CD. Songs never before on CD include \"A Love You Can Depend On,\" Why Didn\'t I Think of That\" and \"To the One I Love.\"



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Great Group
Brenda and the Tabulations were a really good group, and Brenda had a better voice than Diana Ross. The Supremes had more hits because they were with a better label. No one could beat Motown at their game. They had the best machine going, white or black when it came to pushing their artists and the sound that they created. But Brenda and the Tabulations were a really good gut bucket R&B group with aspirations. But where is "Dry Your Eyes" their big hit from 1967?