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That's What Girls Are Made For

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"That's What Girls Are Made For"
Single by The Spinners
from the album The Spinners: Their Early Years & The Original Spinners
B-side"Heebie Jeebies"
ReleasedAugust, 1961
RecordedMay, 1961, Tri-Phi Studios,
Detroit, Michigan
GenreDoo-wop, R&B
Length2:52
LabelTri-Phi Records
TP 1001
Songwriter(s)Harvey Fuqua
Gwen Gordy Fuqua
Producer(s)Harvey Fuqua
The Spinners singles chronology
"That's What Girls Are Made For"
(1961)
"Love (I'm So Glad I Found You)"
(1961)

"That's What Girls Are Made For" is the debuting single for the American R&B/Soul vocal group The Spinners, released on Harvey Fuqua's Tri-Phi Records label in 1961.

The single featured most of the original members of the group including original lead singer Bobby Smith and featured a very young Marvin Gaye playing drums. Harvey Fuqua and his then-girlfriend Gwen Gordy made the song simply for them to record.

Released nationally on Tri-Phi, the song reached number 27 on the Billboard Hot 100[1] and number 5 on the Hot R&B Songs chart, starting a long successful run for the group, who later found success with neighboring Detroit label Motown Records in the mid-1960s and Philadelphia soul-based records with Atlantic Records in the 1970s.[2][3]

Credits

Chart history

Chart (1961) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Chart 27
U.S. Billboard Hot R&B Singles 5

References

  1. ^ Carolina Beach Music
  2. ^ "US Charts > The Spinners". Allmusic. Retrieved 2012-11-18.
  3. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2010). Hot R&B Songs 1942-2010: 6th Edition. Record Research.
  4. ^ "Bobby Smith, lead singer of The Spinners, dies". USA TODAY. Retrieved 2016-06-09.


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