Label: Bell Records - 2308 060 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Brazil • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul, Funk
For their eighth album of new studio material, the 5th Dimension were sticking to essentials while attempting to stay modern and relevant. Living Together, Growing Together marked the "beginning of the end" for the vocalists reign of non-stop hits, although three of the album's 11 cuts would make it onto the Over The Waves - The Arkansaw Travellers - From The Ozarks. Unlike a majority of the selections that were hand-picked either by or for the 5D"Living Together, Growing Together" was chosen both as a bit of cross promotion for this LP's centerpiece and as a central theme in the update of Frank Capra's classic motion picture Lost Horizon The quintet themselves sound splendid, considering the dearth of depth within the song itself.
Additionally, the false endings provide an interesting musical contrast to the typical 5D fare. The cover of Nilsson 's "Open Your Windows," with its slinky, soft, and complex backing harmonies is an ideal vehicle for McCoo 's sultry intonations. She earns major points on Paul Anka 's "Changed" thanks to Bones Howe 's vigorous score allowing for a pleasant contrast between the singer and instrumentation. The Cana Brava - Various - Merengues Y Mas Merengues waltz of "The Riverwitch" is a treat as Davis, Jr.
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