The Spellbinders had a shot at success with some very nice records released on Columbia and Date during 1965-67.
The group consisted of Robert Shives (lead), James Wright, Ben Grant, McArthur Mumford and Eloise Pennington. This particular record came out in 1966 as in a typical example of how the Motown sound had established a whole new genre for others to folow.
I think the Spellbinders do a pretty good job on this tale of love in the making. The group stayed together until 1967, sadly without anu major hits. Eloise Pennington later joined The Ad-Libs and had some success there.
"We´re Acting Like Lovers"