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Also known as. Four Tops, the Four Aims, the Tops. Detroit, Michigan, . . - "MacArthur Park (part 2)".
MacArthur Park - Part 2". There will be another song for me For I will sing it There will be another dream for me Someone will bring it. Oh I will drink the wine while it is warm And never let you catch me looking at the sun Oh but after all the loves of my life (After all the loves of my life) After all the loves, after all the loves of my life You'll still be the one (One)
The Four Tops' version of Jimmy Webb's 'MacArthur Park' was one of their masterful remakes of a pop gem. It hit the US R&B chart on 18 September 1971. So it should have been little surprise when the Four Tops Now! album of summer 1969 included consecutive versions of songs by one of the most up-and-coming white songwriters of the day. On an LP that also featured their interpretations of Lennon & McCartney‘s ‘Eleanor Rigby’ and ‘The Fool On The Hill,’ Levi Stubbs applied his peerless lead vocals to both ‘Do What You Gotta Do’ and ‘MacArthur Park. As with everything the Tops touched, the songs were never quite the same again
MacArthur Park (Part 2 - Stereo Single Mix).
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MacArthur Park" is a song written and composed by Jimmy Webb. Richard Harris was the first to record it in 1968; his version peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number four on the UK Singles Chart. MacArthur Park" was subsequently covered by numerous artists, including a 1969 Grammy Award for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal-winning version by country music singer Waylon Jennings and a number one Billboard Hot 100 disco arrangement by Donna Summer in 1978.
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