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Reach Out Limited Edition, Original recording remastered


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  • Audio CD (16 Oct 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition, Original recording remastered
  • Label: IMPORT
  • ASIN: B00DY9WZDO
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 208,272 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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* Japanese-only limited edition CD. * Digitally remastered with superior sound quality. * Complete obi-strip & Japanese introductory/lyrics sheets included.

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By S. J. Shelton on 6 Mar 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Love Motown and soul brings back loads of memories all the old favourites take a trip down memory lane to the discos of the 70s
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The Tops' Mini Masterpiece 11 April 2014
By L. Boki - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Very early in their career at Motown, The Four Tops recorded and delivered what could be deemed, their mini-masterpiece. Blending some of the best of Holland-Dozier-Holland, "Reach Out (I'll Be a There)", "Standing in the Shadows of Love" and "Bernadette" with modern day Great American Songbook entries like "If I Were a Carpenter", "Walk Away Renee" with two Monkees covers "I'm a Believer" and "Last Train to Clarksville" created a perfect soul/pop wonder.
Surprise, surprise it became their highest ranking studio album in America (#11 Top 200/#3 R&B) and internationally (U.K. #4). Had NARAS been fair to Motown, it is the type of an album that should have received multiple Grammy nods. Charting an unprecedented 6 hits, this almost stands as a Greatest Hits EP.
The passion that Levi Stubbs sang both "Standing in the Shadows of Love" and "Reach Out (I'll Be There)" had a desperate intensity like no one before him. Levi had perfect enunciation. He had the ability to transform pedestrian/suburban songs like "If I Were a Carpnter" and "I'm a Believer" with a sixties epiphany that made mainstream audiences take notice.
As The Supremes glided elegantly into the homes of suburban America, The Tops sang with a confidence that was at once startlingly and then irresistible.
Where The Supremes arrived like debutantes, The Tops were their elegant escorts slightly older and dignified like lettered academics that could have been alumnae, sanctioned by the school administrators endorsing Motown's Sweethearts of Pop/Soul. Both direct beneficiaries of Holland/Dozier/Holland creativity, both underscored the versatility of their songbook and talents behind the studio boards. "Reach Out" with "Where Did Our Love Go" and The Temptations "Sing Smokey" proved early on the fallacy that Motown was " just a singles label" but instead quite capable of assembling a coherent long playing body of work. The Tops wouldn't match this effort until over 5 years later.
In some ways, this is The Tops' "Where Did Our Love Go" album delivered 3 years after that pop masterpiece. Chocked full of hit singles that stormed across the states and onward to international waters where it was also a smash. The Tops now nearly matched The Temptations hit making ratio amongst male groups at Motown. "Reach Out", reached up and gave The Tops a career defining pop & R&B mini masterpiece.
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Great album re-mastered on CD 19 Mar 2014
By Robert A. Bove - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This re-mastering from Japan is another good product, although some of the songs sound just as good on 2008 "The Definitive Collection" from Universal. Holland-Dozier-Holland who produced this album in '67 did a GREAT job on song selection. There are 4 top ten hits here, not including the great versions of Walk Away Renee and If I were a Carpenter. At first I did not think I would like the Tops singing two of the Monkees songs But HDH did a great job of arranging them different from the Mokees versions.

Overall this is a great collection of songs which I would give a 5 star, however the re-mastering in my opinion could have been a little better, but don't let that stop you from buying this great CD. Thanks for bringing back to life!
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