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Still Water (Love)

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Still Water (Love)

"Still Water (Love)"
Single by The Four Tops from the album 'Still Waters Run Deep'
Released 1970
Genre Soul/pop
Length 3:13
Label Motown Records
Writer Smokey Robinson and Frank Wilson
Producer Smokey Robinson and Frank Wilson

"Still Water (Love)" is a 1970 hit single written by Smokey Robinson and Frank Wilson, who also produced the track for Motown singing group The Four Tops, who took the song to the top ten of the UK pop charts and the top twenty of the US pop chart. The socially conscious single was a departure from the group's past recordings and produced a smoother sound than the raucous Norman Whitfield productions that belayed on The Temptations. The single features Miracles member Marv Tarplin on guitar and The Andantes adding in additional background vocals shouting out still water! The single became The Tops' first top ten R&B single since 1967's "Bernadette".


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