Four Tops: Behind The Hits

It may sound like a Motown hit…but it’s not!

“Ain’t No Woman (Like The One I’ve Got)” was recorded by the Four Tops after they left Motown and joined the ABC-Dunhill record label, where they stayed from 1973 through 1978.

From the album Keeper Of The Castle, it was their biggest hit after departing from Motown and was written by producers Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter.

Question is, would you actually kiss the ground she walks on?

Check out this appearance from The Midnight Special:

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