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Artist:The Four Tops
Label:  Tamla Motown
Catalogue:1C 006-92 903 M
Date:Oct 1971
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Community:4 Own
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AThe Four TopsSimple GamePinder8.0  Rate
BThe Four TopsYou Stole My LoveClarke, Gurron8.0  Rate


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Neil Forbes
4th Dec 2014
 The LP advertised on the back of the sleeve was re-issued as part of a two-LP set with Vol. 1 under the composite title, the jawbusting "Super-Colossal-Giant-Kingsize-Hot-Hot-Hot", which was superimposed on a yellow strip which ran obliquely across the two outer-sleeves of the gate-fold cover. The combined issue catalogue number was 1C 152-50252/53. I know this because I have that two-LP set, lying at my right side as I type this. However, Simple Game is NOT featured on either of the two volumes. The two tracks by The 4 Tops that did feature were: I'm In A Different World(Rec.1/Side 2/Tr.4) and It's All In The GameRec.2/Side 1/Tr.6) and their "duet" with The Supremes on River Deep, Mountain High(Rec.2/Side 1/Tr.1). The composer of Simple Game was Mike Pinder of The Moody Blues, who also produced the record as well as producing and writing So Deep Within You. The Tops recorded these whilst on tor in the U.K. in 1970. Simple Game was issued in 1971 while So Deep Within You was issued in 1972.

4th Dec 2014
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