The Spinners - The Family Of Man flac album
Title: The Family Of Man
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Genre: Folk / World music
Spinners is the third studio album recorded by American R&B group The Spinners, produced by Thom Bell and released in April 1973 on the Atlantic label. The album was the group's first for Atlantic after leaving Motown. Spinners includes their first American top-ten and R&B number-one hit "I'll Be Around", along with the successful songs "Could It Be I'm Falling in Love", "One of a Kind (Love Affair)", "Ghetto Child", and "How Could I Let You Get Away".
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The Spinners are an American rhythm and blues vocal group that formed in Ferndale, Michigan, in 1954. They enjoyed a string of hit singles and albums during the 1960s and 1970s, particularly with producer Thom Bell. The group continues to tour, with Henry Fambrough as the only original member. The group is also listed as the Detroit Spinners and the Motown Spinners, due to their 1960s recordings with the Motown label.
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The Family of Man was an ambitious photography exhibition curated by Edward Steichen, the director of the Museum of Modern Art's (MoMA) Department of Photography. It was first shown in 1955 from January 24 to May 8 at the New York MoMA, then toured the world for eight years to record-breaking audience numbers. As part of the Museum of Modern Art's International Program, the exhibition The Family of Man toured the world, making stops in thirty-seven countries on six continents. More than 9 million people viewed the exhibit, which is still in excess of the audience for any photographic exhibition since. The photographs included in the exhibition, which is still on display, focus on the commonalities that bind people and cultures around the world and the exhibition itself served as an expression of humanism in the decade following World War I. .
Profilo: A Liverpool-based folk quartet, formed 1958: Tony Davis, Mick Groves, Cliff Hall and Hugh Jones. Had their first TV appearance 1960 and also had their own BBC1 show in the 1960s that ran for many years. They have guested with Nana Mouskouri, Morecambe & Wise and Harry Secombe among others. Not to be confused with the legendary Motown soul group Spinners (aka The Detroit Spinners). Alias: Francis K. Bosworth.
|A5||Bonnie House Of Airlie|
|A6||Erev Shele Shoshanim|
|A7||Las Kan Fin|
|B2||Stanley Sand Dora|
|B4||Teacher Lick The Girl|
|B5||Three Jovial Welshmen|
|B6||Van Dieman's Land|
|B8||The Family Of Man|
|STL.5361, STL 5361, STL5361, 886 758 TY||The Spinners||The Family Of Man (LP)||Fontana, Fontana, Fontana, Fontana||STL.5361, STL 5361, STL5361, 886 758 TY||UK||1966|