Smooth cowboy Dan Kehoe arrives at a ranch run by an old widow and her four daughters-in-law. He's been tipped off that the proceeds of a gold robbery are hidden on the ranch, but only one of the women knows where. He plays them off against each other in his quest to discover the location.
This two-fer compiles Polly Bergen's All Alone by the Telephone and Four Seasons of Love. It's an economical and convenient way for those who have a limited knowledge of Bergen's music to increase their knowledge and discover what lies beyond the singer's best-known recordings.
All Alone by the Telephone (1959) pairs Polly Bergen with arranger Luther Henderson to create a deeply melancholy song cycle that explores romantic estrangement and isolation from a refreshingly adult perspective…
The Supremes, the most commercially successful girl group in pop history, were one of the jewels in Motown Records' artist stable. Given wonderful material by Motown's amazing songwriters, the group scored numerous number one pop hits, as did singer Diana Ross when she left the group and went solo, and Motown's bright, modern, and uptown image as a label had a lot to do with way these ladies gracefully and elegantly presented themselves and took over a song. Dozen of those number one hits, both as the Supremes and as Ross solo, are collected here, including the timeless classics "Come See About Me," "You Can't Hurry Love," "You Keep Me Hangin' On," and "Stop! In the Name of Love."
2009 holiday collection. Christmas music has become such an integral part of the holiday season. From glorious melodies that celebrate the religious aspects of the holidays to beloved little ditties about Santa, Frosty and Rudolph, we've come to love the warmth that these songs bring to our hearts and souls. In the '60s and '70s, when Soul music really found its feet, many of the great artists of the genre chimed in with their own unique takes on yuletide tunes. This newly packaged collection from The Four Tops is a prime example of the way that Soul music took Christmas to a whole new level. Features 12 tracks including 'Christmas Here With You', 'The Christmas Song', 'Silent Night' and many more.
is a Christmas album recorded by Motown girl group , and released on in November 1965. The LP, produced by , includes recordings of familiar Christmas songs such as , , and . Two originals, and , were issued as the sides of a late 1965 holiday single.
The Four Tops' story is one of longevity and togetherness: these Motown legends teamed up in high school and spent over four decades without a single personnel change. In between, they became one of the top-tier acts on a label with no shortage of talent, ranking with the Temptations and the Supremes as Motown's most consistent hitmakers. Where many other R&B vocal groups spotlighted a tenor-range lead singer, The Four Tops were fronted by deep-voiced Levi Stubbs, who never cut a solo record outside of the group.