Complete your Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes collection. Melvin, Harold & the Blue Notes - You May Not Love Me - 1965 2:39. Best 200 7 inches of Soul music (R&B, Classic Soul, Northern Soul) compiled by Deejay Moses by deejaymoses. Пробный урок по Хастлу. Скидка 400 руб. на пробный урок! Для всех уровней.
Originally named The Blue Notes (3) from the mid-50s, they changed their name to "Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes" in the mid-60s. One of the original member Bernard Williams (3) then started his own group The Original Blue Notes. Became one of the most popular soul acts of the Philly soul scene of the '70s. Get Out (And Let Me Cry), You May Not Love Me (Single).
Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes were an American R&B/Soul vocal group, one of the most popular Philadelphia soul groups of the 1970s. The group's repertoire included soul, R&B, doo-wop, and disco. Founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the middle of the 1950s as The Charlemagnes, the group is most noted for several hits on Gamble and Huff's Philadelphia International label between 1972 and 1976, although they performed and recorded until Melvin's death in 1997
Oh baby, my heart is full of love and desire for you So come on down and do what you've got to do You started this fire down in my soul Now can't you see it's burning, out of control So come on down and satisfy the need in me Cause only your good loving can set me free Free.
Taken from 'Salsoul Anthology' album remastered in 2005. The track originally appeared on a 1979 album 'Street Sense', released on Salsoul Records. Written by Bebu Silvetti and . Conducted and arranged by Thor Baldursson. Produced by Tom Moulton. Anthony White - Yes You Need Love. Big on the 'modern ' soul scene in UK, and great to still unearth hidden Philly material. Philly Soul : Philidelphia International Records. Cameo Parkway sessions - Philly Pop Music. Cameo Parkway sessions - Philly Pop Music - YouTube.
Melvin assembled a new version of the Blue Notes centered around lead singer John Atkins, who returned the group to the R&B charts in 1965 with the Landa single "Get Out (And Let Me Cry). Further releases on Arctic, Checker, and Uni followed over the rest of the '60s, as well as more personnel changes. During the late '60s, the group toured often with the Cadillacs, whose young drummer Teddy Pendergrass would prove to be Melvin's greatest discovery
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