How Could I Let You Get Away", "I'll Be Around" (1972). Could It Be I'm Falling in Love" (1972). I'll Be Around" is a song recorded by the American R&B vocal group The Spinners (known as "Detroit Spinners" in the UK). The song was co-written by Thom Bell and Phil Hurtt and produced by Bell. Recorded at Philly's Sigma Sound Studios, the house band MFSB provided the backing. It also reached sales of over one million copies, The Spinners' first record ever to do so. The success of "I'll Be Around" would be the first in a series of chart successes The Spinners and Bell would have together during the 1970s.
Produced by Thom Bell. I’ll Be Around Lyrics. This is our fork in the road Love's last episode There's nowhere to go, oh no You made your choice Now it's up to me To bow out gracefully Though you hold the key, but baby. Whenever you call me, I'll be there Whenever you want me, I'll be there Whenever you need me, I'll be there I'll be around. I'll be skippin' and a-jumpin', I'll be there I'll be a-rippin' and a-runnin', I'll be there I'll be calling out your name to let you know I'll be around. I’ll Be Around" Track Info. Written By Phil Hurtt & Thom Bell.
The Spinners - How Could I Let You Get Away - Live 1976. How to play "I'll Be Around" by The Spinners for Guitar. The Spinners-Working my way back to you.
One of the songs Atlantic promoted, How Could I Let You Get Away with the B-side I’ll Be Around but radio deejays flipped the record playing the B-side and the rest is history. I’ll Be Around became the group’s first number one hit. The Spinners would become one of Atlantic’s top artists of the early 1970’s with hit after hit after hit. Here’s one their slow jams from their debut long player. November 18, 1972 - "I'll Be Around" by The Spinners peaked at N. on the US singles chart. It was The Spinners' producer Thom Bell who came up with the music and the title for the song. In an interview with Phil Hurtt, he explained: When Thommy said 'I'll be around,' I started thinking about a scenario and a story. Thommy was telling me, 'Whenever you call me, I'll be there. That's one of the things he did give me. And I'm thinking, okay, great.
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Here's the fantastic Spinners performing live How Could I Let You Get Away, with Philippe Wynne doing impersonations of Al Green, Otis Redding, and Sam Cooke. The Spinners rate as one of the most fantastic groups along with The Temptations, The Four Tops, The Dramatics, The OJays, The Stylistics, The Whispers, The Intruders, Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes, and The Delfonics. They were apart of the golden age of classic soul groups who mesmirized us with their dances, energy, and love songs. It's Ashame, Rubberband Man, Mighty Love, Could It Be I'm Falling In Love, I'll Be Around, Mighty Love, One of a kind Love Affair, Ghetto Child, Sadie, How Could I Let You Get Away, Then Came You, Games People Play, Love Don't Love NoBody, were among their biggest hits, making them the premier group of the 70's.
They were apart of the golden age of classic soul groups who mesmirized us with their dances, energy, and love songs. Here's the fantastic Spinners performing live It's Ashame in 1976.
|A||How Could I Let You Get Away
Written-By – Yvette Davis
|B||I'll Be Around
Written-By – Phil Hurtt, Thom Bell
|45-2904||The Spinners*||I'll Be Around / How Could I Let You Get Away (7", SP )||Atlantic||45-2904||US||1972|
|45-2904||The Spinners*||I'll Be Around / How Could I Let You Get Away (7")||Atlantic||45-2904||Jamaica||1972|
|45-2904||Spinners||I'll Be Around / How Could I Let You Get Away (7", Promo)||Atlantic||45-2904||US||1972|
|HS-896, HS 896||The Spinners*||Estaré Por Ahí = I'll Be Around / Cómo Pude Dejarte Ir = How Could I Let You Get Away (7", Single)||Atlantic, Atlantic||HS-896, HS 896||Spain||1972|
|ATL 10 243, ATL 10243||The Detroit Spinners*||I'll Be Around / How Could I Let You Get Away (7", Single, Promo)||Atlantic, Atlantic||ATL 10 243, ATL 10243||Germany||1972|