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Maggie May - The Best of the Spinners

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Album Review

The Spinners lost lead singer Philippe Wynne in 1977, as he left to join Parliament/Funkadelic. While they were getting replacement John Edwards acclimated, Atlantic issued this greatest-hits LP containing all the gems with Wynne as their lead singer. Until the Atlantic two-CD set was issued, this was a definitive work, and it's still as complete a single album package as is available. It includes "Could It Be I'm Falling in Love," "How Could I Let You Get Away," "Mighty Love," "Rubberband Man," and "One of a Kind (Love Affair)," among others.

Customer Reviews

Hard to find Spinners

I have listened to The Spinners for a long time. Excellent music while driving. All the family (Now over 30yrs) still know the words. Any search --- results in the Detroit Spinners turning up. So buy this it may be the only Cd you will find of The Liverpool Spinners. Enjoy

Not the Detroit Spinners but English Folk at its BEST

I first heard the Spinners as a kid many years ago and never thought id get them into my itunes library as it is rare to find a CD Compilation of theirs , so for the price i would say get it now. English folk songs sung in the style of the Spinners are very enjoyable so i would recommend this just to have a piece of folk history. Never been into folk songs? Try this and i think you will be pleasently suprised.

The (Liverpool) Spinners

The (Liverpool) Spinners, were one of the finest English folk groups of the 70's/80's. This is a gem of a find. I have several tapes/vinal recodings from their later years, but not the early years. Sadley it is not easy to find digital versions of their work.

It is a shame that Itunes have not seperated them from The (Detroit) Spinners and published more of their work. A situation that desperatly needs correcting.

Biography

Formed: 1958 in Lancashire, England

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

No, not Phillipe Wynne and company out of Philadelphia, but a Liverpool-based folk quartet formed by Mick Groves, Hugh Jones, Cliff Hall, and Tony Davis in the basement of a restaurant during the early '60s. Playing acoustic guitars and tin whistle, these Spinners specialized in traditional folk and folk revival material, and fit in perfectly with the spirit of the times — when folk music was all the rage on college campuses and in cabaret. The fact that they were a multiracial group, Cliff...
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