- Audio CD (25 Nov. 2013)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: SoulMusic Records
- ASIN: B00FBSQNWU
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 155,992 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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In 1988, The Four Tops left Motown (the company for whom they recorded enduring classics such as Reach Out I'll Be There and I Cant Help Myself) after a third stint to make one album, Indestructable for Arista Records. With Arista founder Clive Davis helming the project as executive producer, the original members of the legendary quartet (Duke Fakir, Lawrence Payton, Levi Stubbs and Obie Benson) worked with several producers "Narada Michael Walden (fresh from success with Arista artists Whitney Houston and Aretha Franklin); Steve Barri (who had produced the group at ABC/Dunhill Records) and Bobby Sandstrom; their former Motown colleague Lamont Dozier working with superstar Phil Collins; pop and rock star Huey Lewis; the team of Jerry Knight & Aaron Zigman (who had worked with The Jets and The Pointer Sisters among others); and singer/songwriter Albert Hammond.
Top Customer Reviews
Great album... features a host of other stars including Kenny G, Phil Collins& Aretha Franklin...
A must have if you're into the 80's or the four tops!
As this was made around that time, I had my doubts, but knew Levi Stubbs voice would break through all that, and boy did he prove me right!
I have never ever heard a voice like his before and it just seemed to get better with age, they are all in their 50's at the time of this album, his range is unbelievable and just soars and booms over the 80's electronic backing of these tracks. He duets perfectly with Aretha and never over powers her on one of the tracks, and with some top producers of the decade working with them, there isn't a bad song.
It's all here, slow ballads and some catchy dance tunes that really show Levi Stubbs can sing anything, even in his 50's, backed up by his Tops as always.