Pop Tops has been one of the most prominent groups of Spanish pop music. During its short career (1967-1974) patented a pop musical style with fusion of soul, gospel and baroque classical music, influenced by the famous British ensemble Procol Harum. Pop Tops was the Spanish group achieved more sales abroad, where ever walked its activity (Europe and America).
The Four Tops' story is one of longevity and togetherness: these Motown legends teamed up in high school and spent over four decades without a single personnel change. In between, they became one of the top-tier acts on a label with no shortage of talent, ranking with the Temptations and the Supremes as Motown's most consistent hitmakers. Where many other R&B vocal groups spotlighted a tenor-range lead singer, The Four Tops were fronted by deep-voiced Levi Stubbs, who never cut a solo record outside of the group.
For Sugar At The Gate, their third and most ambitious album to date, Montreal's TOPS peaced out to LA. They lived and recorded at “Glamdale”, a mini-mansion and former brothel located in the Jewel City, Glendale, CA. The unassuming record unfolds slowly, taking time to reveal itself. Like nearly everything TOPS does, multiple meanings overlap with the album's title referring to orgasm, but also to carrot chasing, gatekeeping, and the social contract.
is an album recorded by the , issued on in 1970. Produced by longtime associate , the album returned the to the top forty on the album charts where it peaked at #21 on the albums chart yielding the popular Top 30 hits, (#11), which was co-written by and their cover of (#24), which featured rare co-leads by members , and singing alongside prominent lead . The album also served as inspiration behind singer 's , the hit title track, which was written by .
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