- Released: March 26, 2012
- Label: Friday Music
- 1.Just Can't Get You Out of My Mind
- 2.Just You and Me Baby
- 3.Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You
- 4.I Could Never (Repay Your Love)
- 5.I'll Be Around
- 6.One of a Kind (Love Affair)
- 7.We Belong Together
- 8.Ghetto Child
- 9.How Could I Let You Get Away
- 10.Could It Be I'm Falling In Love
The Spinners include: Phillip Wynne (vocals).
Personnel: Phillipe Wynn, Bobby Smith, Billy Henderson (tenor); Henry Fambrough (baritone); Pervis Jackson (bass voice); Norman Harris, Roland Chambers, Bobby Eli (guitar); Don Renaldo (strings); Jack Faith (flute, alto saxophone); Rocco Bene, Bobby Hartzell (trumpet); Joe DeAnglis, Robert Martin (French horn); Freddy Joiner, Eddie Keskarella, Richie Genevese, Bobby Moore (trombone); Thom Bell (piano); Vince Montana (vibraphone, marimba); Earl Young (drums); Larry Washington (congas, bongos); Barbara Ingram, Carla Benson, Yvette Benton, Linda Creed (background vocals).
Audio Remixer: Joe Tarsia.
Liner Note Author: Joe Reagoso.
Photographer: Merrill A. Roberts Jr.
Arranger: Thom Bell.
The Spinners' 1972 sophomore release is one of their finest. THE SPINNERS marks the group's first collaboration with producer Tom Bell, whose lush, string-enhanced production style would help define the Philly Soul sound, and become synonymous with the Spinners' music.
The album also marks the first appearance of lead singer Phillippe Wynne, and his glorious vocals make the album shine. Philly Soul classics like "I'll Be Around" and the pillowy "Could It Be I'm Falling In Love" can be found here, but the whole disc plays like a primer on what smooth, sophisticated, satiny soul should be.