The Box Tops' music combined elements of soul music and light pop. Their records are prime examples of the styles made popular by Moman and Penn at American Sound Studio in Memphis. Many of their lesser known Top 40 hits, including "Neon Rainbow", "I Met Her in Church", and "Sweet Cream Ladies, Forward March", are considered minor classics. As rock critic Lester Bangs wrote in a review of the group's Super Hits album, "A song like 'Soul Deep' is obvious enough, a patented commercial sound, yet within these strictures it communicates with a depth and sincerity of feeling that holds the attention and brings you back often."
The Box Tops were a Memphis pop music group of the late 1960s.
They are best known for the hit "The Letter."
The Box Tops' music combined elements of soul music and light pop.
Each of the original members went on to work in the music industry in subsequent years after leaving the Box Tops.