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2nd Time Around


Download links and information about 2nd Time Around by The Spinners. This album was released in 1970 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 37:23 minutes.

Artist: The Spinners
Release date: 1970
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 12
Duration: 37:23
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No. Title Length
1. It's a Shame 3:11
2. I've Got to Find Myself a Brand New Baby 2:33
3. Together We Can Make Such Sweet Music 3:05
4. Bad, Bad Weather (Till You Come Home) 2:28
5. Pay Them No Mind 3:01
6. My Lady Love 4:44
7. Souly Ghost 2:28
8. O-o-h Child 3:15
9. In My Diary 2:45
10. My Whole World Ended (The Moment You Left Me) 3:37
11. (She's Gonna Love Me) At Sundown 2:25
12. Can Sing a Rainbow / Love Is Blue 3:51



Though they'd been toiling in one form or another since the early '60s, The Spinners didn’t command the general public's attention until 1970, with the release of Second Time Around. This LP essentially compiles the string of singles the group released between 1968 and 1970, including their first big hit, the Stevie Wonder–penned “It’s a Shame.” Forty years after its release, the song is as transfixing as it was when it was new, with an unnerving mix of pillowy harmonies undercut with a sense of festering vengeance. Though they're often identified with the Philly sound, The Spinners started out in Detroit. This was their last effort for Motown, with several lush late-period Motown singles, including “I’ve Got to Find Myself a Brand New Baby,” “Bad, Bad Weather (Till You Come Home)," and “Pay Them No Mind.” The sound of soul music was about to change along with the decade, and The Spinners would be one of the few groups to survive the transition. The sweeping stings and grown-up sentimentality of “In My Diary” points the way toward their subsequent triumphs.