Richmond's Hits From 1970 is the kind of disc that should never have been made. Sure there is some great music, but at only eight tracks, it really can't satisfy anyone's needs. Add to that the fact that almost half the songs (the Grass Roots' "Temptation Eyes," Clarence Carter's "Patches," and Bobby Rice's "Sugar Shack") are re-recordings that are vastly inferior to the originals, and you can see that this disc is a waste of the plastic and paper it took to make it.
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AllMusic Review by Tim Sendra