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The Fantastic Four

July 25, 2018

Lovers of Detroit soul have long rhapsodised about The Fantastic Four, one of the Motor City’s most admired vocal groups of the 60s and 70s.  They came to prominence at Ric Tic records, Motown’s main rival in Detroit and before the Motown takeover, The Fantastic Four were the Ric Tic label’s biggest selling act, outselling Edwin Starr in the USA

50 years on and the guys are still making great music

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