Dynamite (The Supremes and the Four Tops album)
|Studio album by The Supremes and the Four Tops|
|The Supremes chronology|
|The Four Tops chronology|
Dynamite is the third and last collaborative album between Motown labelmates The Supremes and The Four Tops, released on the Motown label in 1971. It was also as unsuccessful as the previous two, peaking at the lower hundreds of the Billboard Top 200 and failing to yield any hit singles. A year later, the Four Tops parted from Motown to sign with ABC Records (today, the catalogs of both ABC and Motown are owned by Universal Music Group).
- "It's Impossible"
- "The Bigger You Love (The Harder You Fall)"
- "Hello Stranger"
- A hit for Barbara Lewis
- "Love the One You're With"
- "Good Lovin' Ain't Easy to Come By"
- A hit for Bread
- "If I Could Build My Whole World Around You"
- A hit for Gaye and Terrell
- "Don't Let Me Lose This Dream"
- "Do You Love Me Just a Little, Honey"
- A hit for Gladys Knight and the Pips
|U.S. Billboard 200||160|
|U.S. Billboard R&B Albums Chart||21|
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