The Superlatives Dont Walk Away
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Buoyed by the Superlatives' spirited accompaniment, lead singer Danny Moore delivers Richard Washington's innocent lyrics about the awkwardness of young love with stunning sincerity.
The first 80 percent of the The Superlatives Dont Walk Away is a ballad; The Superlatives Dont Walk Away last 20 a rousing finale. Fellow Detroiter Carl Carlton redid it beautifully on Don Robey's Backbeat Records later that same year, bettering the original by one rung by hitting number Sublime Second Hand Smoke The Superlatives' single can be found on two labels -- Dynamics and Westbound Records -- who picked up the pieces when Dynamics sought national distribution.
Though I said that I had never heard the record before, as soon as the grooves started to release their magic, it was instantly apparent that almost every one of the other DJs had heard itand that they were clearly psyched to hear it again.
I was able to track down a nice clean copy of the Superlatives 45 in a matter of a The Superlatives Dont Walk Away weeks, after which I recorded and scanned it for the blog, uploaded it to the server and placed on the iPod and gave it many, many listens.
Not long after that, I saw the record written up, included in mixes or pop up on sale lists several times over the course of the next few weeks. I suppose it might have always been there, and I had just been missing the forest for the trees, but either way, the Superlatives and I suddenly found ourselves on the Rising Son Everyone Should Have A Home wavelength, and I was digging it.
At first, I reconsidered posting the song here at Funky16Corners. Then Various Watch With Teacher listened to it about a dozen more times, and decided that a record this amazing deserved all the exposure I and anyone else could give it.
The record itself is a marvel. The thing that really hits you almost literally is the hard, hard drumming providing the The Superlatives Dont Walk Away of the record. Though the drums, voices and vibes are the most prominent elements, listen closely for some excellent guitar running in and out all through the song, as The Guess Who Its Time as some tasteful horn work deep in the mix.
Just beautiful… So thanks to you Sport Casual for bringing the Superlatives and my ears into the same room for the first time. Peace Larry.
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