The Spinners Get Groovy With 70s Cover Of Four Seasons Hit

Aug 08, 2020 by apost team

In the 1970s, there was great amazing music that got listeners to move and groove. Among the great music hits were songs by the Spinners, especially “Don’t Stop Believin’” and “You Shook Me All Night Long”. These two songs topped the charts and had their listeners wanting more upbeat music. In late 1979, the Spinners released their version of the The Four Seasons' “Working My Way Back To You.”

The Spinners were formed in 1957. They were especially well known for various popular hits like "Saide", "The Rubberband Man" and "I’ll Be Around". In late 1979, the Spinners released their version of the song “Working My Way Back To You.” This song had first been done by The Four Seasons in 1966. The Spinners version was amazing and at least equal to the original rendition.

"Working My Way Back to You" was originally composed by Sandy Linzer and Denny Randell. On the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, the song ranked No. 9. In the UK Top 50 chart, the song ranked at No.50 for three continuous weeks.

The song is about a man that was unfaithful to his girlfriend and who also kept on abusing her emotionally. The man’s girlfriend decides to leave him and it is then that the man realizes that his love for her was sincere and he feels sorry for his wicked actions against her. He makes the decision to change for the better and try winning the lady back.

The song has a great similarity to one of their previous hits, ‘Let’s Hang On’. But music is food for the soul and when it is about content that you can relate to, it is even better, right?

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