I have mentioned before that as a baby and wee lad, I listened to the likes of The Mills Brothers.As well as members of the Rat Pack and of course The Spinners which included has been classified as Soul, Pop, as well as Funk.The three weeks it was at #2 on the Top 100; the #1 record for those 3 weeks was "Tonight's the Night (Gonna Be Alright)" by Rod Stewart... It's not too well known in the USA, but I saw the video on MTV Europe when I was living in Germany. The Spinners charted three times with combination records, they were: 'Working My Way Back to You/Forgive Me, Girl' , 'Cupid/I've Been loving You For A Long Time , and 'Yesterdat Once More/No'ing Reminds the Same The best tune the Spinners did was "Could It Be I'm Falling in Love"; one of its writers, I believe, is now a high school principal in SW Pennsylvania. Yeah.is true, my girlfriend in HS was Kent Tukulve's niece.
Were you aware though that the song title started out quite differently? Songwriters Thom Bell and Linda Creed originally wrote a tune entitled “The Fat Man”.
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further explains the meaning of his song “Rubber Band Man” and performs it with a full band.
I feel like they shut down the minute you want to talk about the relationship or something serious.
John Gray: Often a woman will feel that a guy ‘shuts down’ when it comes to talking about their relationship because a man’s sense of intimacy is very different from that of her own.