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Did You Know: The Four Tops’ “Ain’t No Woman”

the four tops Did You Know: The Four Tops Aint No Woman

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On ‘Tickets at 2″ be caller # 7 when you hear “Ain’t No Woman (Like The One I’ve got)” by [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]The Four Tops[/lastfm], and you’ll win tickets to see Natalie Cole backed by The Pacific Symphony.

“Ain’t No Woman” was written by Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter, who were producers at the ABC – Dunhill label where The Four Tops recorded from 1973 – 1978 after leaving Motown Records.

Lambert and Potter were responsible for many of the label’s hits, including Coven’s “One Tin Soldier (The Legend of Billy Jack)” and “Don’t Pull Your Love (Out)” by Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds.

This was the biggest hit for The Four Tops after their departure from Motown. Keep listening for it between two and three and call at 1-800-232-KRTH. (5784) for tickets to see Natalie Cole!

  • RainbowRay

    Yes that’s true, “THERE AIN’T NO WOMAN LIKE THE ONE I GOT”. Right Fiona, my lovely piece of sugar cane whose crops I dream of rotating one day! Miss you, love you! Es loti milu.

    Yes, LOVE makes a fool of me once again, but I don’t care!

    Great song by The Four Tops (one of my favorite oldies groups that I have been listening to since my teens).


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