9 thoughts on “ 7 Rooms Of Gloom - Four Tops - Reach Out (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Reach Out on Discogs. Label: Tamla Motown - STML • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Funk / /5(38).
  2. 3. 7 Rooms of Gloom 4. If I Were a Carpenter 5. Last Train to Clarksville 6. I'll Turn to Stone 7. I'm a Believer 8. Standing in the Shadows of Love out of 5 stars Reach Out - Four Tops. The Vinyl LP Lives!!. out of 5 stars A collectors Dream /5(9).
  3. Digitally remastered edition housed in a mini LP sleeve that replicates every aspect of the original vinyl release. REACH OUT is one of the best-selling albums by The Four Tops. 7-Rooms Of Gloom. 7-Rooms Of Gloom. Listen Now $ 4. If I Were A Carpenter This is the Four Tops best album. The sound quality is fabulous. Much /5(30).
  4. 38 Special - Strength In Numbers: Somebody Like You, Like No Other Night, Last Time, Once iN A Lifetime, Just A Little Love, Has There Ever Been A Go>.
  5. Like its three predecessors, ‘7 Rooms’ landed on the Reach Out album that followed in July, which also included the memorable b-side ‘I’ll Turn To Stone.’ The LP itself went to No. 3 on.
  6. 7 Rooms Of Gloom: A4: If I Were A Carpenter: A5: Last Train To Clarksville: A6: I'll Turn To Stone: B1 No Vinyl+CDR Listed For Sale: four tops reach out.
  7. There is room for a great lesser single ("I'll Turn to Stone"), but the flip side finds the Four Tops taking on "Cherish," which could've worked well but didn't. Reach Out still did better than any other original LP by the group, almost breaking the Top Ten.
  8. The group's most successful studio LP, Reach Out includes six of the Four Tops' Top 20 singles: the #1 hit " Reach Out I'll Be There ", the Top 10 singles " Standing in the Shadows of Love ", " Bernadette ", the Top 20 " 7-Rooms of Gloom ", and their Top 20 covers of Tim Hardin 's " If I Were a Carpenter " and the Left Banke 's " Walk Away Renée ") both of which reached the UK Top
  9. " 7 Rooms of Gloom " is a song recorded by the Motown Records vocal quartet The Four Tops. It was released as a single in on the Motown label and reached #14 on the Billboard Hot , and was a Top 10 R&B Hit, charting at #

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