CD 1: 01. Baby I Need Your Loving 02. Without The One You Love (Life's Not Worthwhile) 03. Ask The Lonely 04. I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) 05. It's The Same Old Song 06. Something About You (Album Version / Stereo) 07. Shake Me, Wake Me (When It's Over) (Album Version / Stereo) 08. Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever (Album Version / Stereo) 09. Reach Out, I'll Be There 10. Standing In The Shadows Of Love (Album Version) 11. Bernadette 12. I Got A Feeling 13. 7-Rooms Of Gloom 14. I'll Turn To Stone 15. You Keep Running Away (Stereo Single Mix) 16. Walk Away Renee (Alternate Mix) 17. If I Were A Carpenter 18. Yesterday's Dreams (Album Version Stereo) 19. I'm In A Different World (Album Version Stereo) 20. What Is A Man (Album Version) 21. Don't Let Him Take Your Love From Me (Extended Stereo Single Mix) 22. It's All In The Game 23. Still Water (Love) (Album Version) 24. River Deep, Mountain High (Stereo Single Mix) 25. Just Seven Numbers (Can Straighten Out My Life) (Album Version) 26. In These Changing Times (Re-cut Single Version) 27. MacArthur Park (Part 2 - Stereo Single Mix) CD 2: 01. Simple Game (UK Single Mix) 02. I Can't Quit Your Love (Edit) 03. (It's The Way) Nature Planned It 04. Keeper Of The Castle 05. Ain't No Woman (Like The One I've Got) 06. Are You Man Enough? (Single Version) 07. Sweet Understanding Love 08. I Just Can't Get You Out Of My Mind (Single Version) 09. One Chain Don't Make No Prison (Edit) 10. Midnight Flower (Single Version) 11. Seven Lonely Nights (Album Version) 12. We All Gotta Stick Together 13. Catfish (Single Version) 14. H.E.L.P. 15. When She Was My Girl 16. Tonight I'm Gonna Love You All Over 17. I Believe In You And Me 18. Back To School Again 19. I Just Can't Walk Away 21. Indestructible (7 inch Extended Single) Not to be confused with the Four Tops compilation simply entitled Anthology (which only covers their Motown recordings), 50th Anniversary Anthology is a double-CD set spanning their first Motown hit in 1964 to the late '80s. Does it include all of the popular numbers that most fans want from a greatest-hits collection? Definitely. Is it as good as Anthology, or slimmer compilations that focus exclusively on their Motown hits from the 1960s and early '70s? No, because there's way too much dispensable post-mid-'70s stuff on disc two. Still, for those who want an anthology that includes non-Motown hits (particularly their early-'70s Dunhill singles) and are reluctant to splash out for the four-CD Fourever box set, this is the best available alternative. And unquestionably, the first two-thirds or so of this collection is excellent, including all the big Motown hits; plenty of good, less celebrated lower-charting Motown singles, like "I'll Turn to Stone" (the B-side of "7-Rooms of Gloom"); and their early Dunhill hits, in which they capably imitated Philly soul stars the O'Jays and the Spinners. But the group floundered as the '70s waned, and by the time of the ribald 1976 disco hit "Catfish," they were on the verge of not only losing their personality, but of embarrassing themselves. The proceedings don't stop there, unfortunately, tacking on a bunch of other small post-1976 hits ("When She Was My Girl" was the only big one), culminating in Levi Stubbs' gruesome contribution to the Little Shop of Horrors, "Mean Green Mother From Outer Space." It was a long way from "Baby I Need Your Loving," though luckily it's the classic stuff that dominates the program.
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