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Still Waters Run Deep

Four Tops

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Billboard 200 - #21, 1970
Billboard Hot 100 - #11, 1970 - Still Water (Love)
Billboard Hot 100 - #24, 1970 - It's All In The Game

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1
Still Water (Love)
Four Tops
3:34
2
Reflections
Four Tops
3:13
3
It's All In The Game
Four Tops
2:47
4
Everybody's Talking
Four Tops
2:57
5
Love (Is The Answer)
Four Tops
2:30
6
I Wish I Were Your Mirror
Four Tops
3:12
7
Elusive Butterfly
Four Tops
3:10
8
Bring Me Together
Four Tops
3:01
9
L.A. (My Town)
Four Tops
3:09
10
Still Water (Peace)
Four Tops
2:42
Total Playing Time    30:15
Often considered a comeback album from the Four Tops, 1970's Still Waters Run Deep was the band's most successful release in several years, thanks in no small part to the two hit singles it contained: It's All In The Game and Still Water (Love). The album itself peaked at number 21 on the US mainstream chart and number three on the R&B chart.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Motown Records Studio Masters

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