SoulTracks Lost Gem: The Spinners take us through a "City Full of Memories"

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    Back in 1971, when the Spinners left Motown for Atlantic Records, it wasn't exactly an event that shook the music world.  But why would it?  The group had toiled in virtual obscurity for nearly a decade as one of Motown's "forgotten" groups.   Click Here for the full Spinners biography

    Well, the Spinners went on to be one of the most popular vocal groups in the world, but as the 1980s came, radio stopped checking out some of their new material. So some great songs, like "City Full of Memories," produced by the legendary Freddie Perren (Tavares, Gloria Gaynor, Peaches and Herb), never received the shine they deserved. Well, that song will shine this week as our newest SoulTracks Lost Gem. Check it out below and tell us what you think!

    Back in 1971, when the Spinners left Motown for Atlantic Records, it wasn't exactly an event that shook the music world.  But why would it?  The group had toiled in virtual obscurity for nearly a decade as one of Motown's "forgotten" groups.   Click Here for the full Spinners biography

    Well, the Spinners went on to be one of the most popular vocal groups in the world, but as the 1980s came, radio stopped checking out some of their new material. So some great songs, like "City Full of Memories," produced by the legendary Freddie Perren (Tavares, Gloria Gaynor, Peaches and Herb), never received the shine they deserved. Well, that song will shine this week as our newest SoulTracks Lost Gem. Check it out below and tell us what you think!