This retro silver spinner from Jarvinia claims two and half to three minutes of spin time off a single flick of the toy. It has a cool medieval looking shield on its wings, to help you feel like an ancient warrior whose mind tends to wander.
Thom Bell created a sound for the group that was "lush" yet gritty. Bell's insistently soulful orchestral arrangements played perfectly to their harmonic strengths. "Could It Be I'm Falling In Love" (later a hit for David Grant and Jaki Graham ) is the keynote; sung by Smith, it is beautiful, optimistic and upbeat. Often cited as the birth of the Philadelphia Sound, Spinners yielded five American top 100 hits, and two UK chart successes." 
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Hello T. E. Steinberg, thank you for visiting Motor City Radio Flashbacks. Go to Motor City Radio Flashbacks webpage. On the left side — below the menu — go to CATEGORIES. Scroll down all the way down to the W’s. Until you find WCHB. Double-click WCHB (and do so as same, likewise, for WJLB) and it will take you to what we have archived on the website to date on those two legendary Detroit soul radio stations. Thanks again, we hope you will find there what you may be looking for.
The region's economy was based on the lucrative fur trade , in which numerous Native American people had important roles. The flag of Detroit reflects its French colonial heritage. Descendants of the earliest French and French Canadian settlers formed a cohesive community, who gradually were replaced as the dominant population after more Anglo-American settlers came to the area in the early 19th century. Living along the shores of Lakes St. Clair, and south to Monroe and downriver suburbs, the French Canadians of Detroit, also known as Muskrat French , remain a subculture in the region today.