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The Greatest Hits

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The Spencer Davis Group released a trio of brilliant singles in the late '60s -- "Gimme Some Lovin'," "Keep On Runnin'," and "Somebody Help Me" -- all driven by the amazingly soulful voice of Steve Winwood. Unfortunately, Winwood doesn't sing on this brief collection of the band's hits (he left the band to form Traffic in 1967). Winwood's voice is not easily approximated, and these re-recordings can't hold a candle to the originals.
© Steve Leggett /TiVo

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Gimme Some Lovin'
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00:03:19

Spencer Davis Group, MainArtist

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Keep On Runnin'
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Spencer Davis Group, MainArtist

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3
I'm a Man
The Spencer Davis Group
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Spencer Davis Group, MainArtist

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4
There Must Be Something
The Spencer Davis Group
00:03:31

Spencer Davis Group, MainArtist

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24 Hours
The Spencer Davis Group
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Spencer Davis Group, MainArtist

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When a Man Loves a Woman
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Spencer Davis Group, MainArtist

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Hide and Seek
The Spencer Davis Group
00:04:34

Spencer Davis Group, MainArtist

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8
I Got Stopped By a Lady Cop
The Spencer Davis Group
00:03:58

Spencer Davis Group, MainArtist

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Somebody Help Me
The Spencer Davis Group
00:02:37

Spencer Davis Group, MainArtist

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10
I Go to the Rock
Danniebelle Hall
00:04:36

Danniebelle Hall, MainArtist

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The Spencer Davis Group released a trio of brilliant singles in the late '60s -- "Gimme Some Lovin'," "Keep On Runnin'," and "Somebody Help Me" -- all driven by the amazingly soulful voice of Steve Winwood. Unfortunately, Winwood doesn't sing on this brief collection of the band's hits (he left the band to form Traffic in 1967). Winwood's voice is not easily approximated, and these re-recordings can't hold a candle to the originals.
© Steve Leggett /TiVo

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