The Box Tops were a late 1960s pop-soul group whose music is now widely played on oldies radio stations. Their best known songs include their chart topping debut song, "The Letter" (1967), and "Cry Like A Baby" (1968).
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The Box Tops
- Choo Choo Train 1968
- Cry Like A Baby 1968
(This song later also became a hit for Kim Carnes (1980).)
- I Met Her In Church 1968
- The Letter 1967
(This song topped the charts and later also became a hit for the Arbors (1969) and Joe Cocker & Leon Russell (1970).)
- Neon Rainbow 1967
- Soul Deep 1969
- Sweet Cream Ladies, Forward March 1968
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