Four Tops Second Album (also known as Second Album) is a 1965 R&B studio album by vocal quartet the Four Tops. The album, released on the Motown record label, reached No. 3 on Billboard's "Black Albums" chart and No. 20 on "Pop Albums". The album contained three hit singles
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Sheet Music and Tabs for Four Tops. The Four Tops are an American Motown musical quartet, whose repertoire has included doo-wop, jazz, soul music, RnB, disco, adult contemporary, showtunes, and even psychedelic rock. Founded in Detroit, Michigan as The Four Aims, lead singer Levi Stubbs and group mates Abdul "Duke" Fakir, Renaldo "Obie" Benson, and Lawrence Payton remained together for over four decades, finally forced to endure a lineup change when Payton died in 1997. Four Tops, Second Album. 1977.
An entire verse was cut from The Show Must Go On. For years, only people who saw The Wall Live shows got to hear it. The missing verse was finally released. The entire first verse and refrain were cut from The Show Must Go On just before the album was to be sent for mastering, shaving off about 30 seconds from the song. Rather than have the inner sleeve reprinted, the missing lyrics were left in the liner notes. In fact, as of the 2016 reissues, the lyrics to the missing verse are still included there. The deleted lyrics are highlighted below. (Waters)