The Sound Of Philadelphia: Gamble & Huff's Greatest Hits. Movie Hits - the best music from film inc. the Titanic Soundtrack, Dirty Dancing OST, The Bodyguard sound track and more. John Legend, Whitney Houston, Daryl Hall & John Oates. McFadden & Whitehead.
Philadelphia Internaional auteurs Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff- the primary architects of the 1970s' upwardly-mobile orchestral version of soul- are celebrated on a pair of compilations. Like many Greatest Hits albums, especially label-centered ones, The Sound of Philadelphia does have that ever-present Catch-22- the only real weakness in the songs included here is an overwhelming (if comforting) familiarity, but it's also easy to wonder why some equally familiar songs were left out; there's plenty other places to hear the O'Jays' "For the Love.
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12-Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now - McFadden & Whitehead. 09-I'll Always Love My Mama - The Intruders. 05-The Sound of Philadelphia - MFSB (Featuring The Three Degrees). 04-The Love I Lost - Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes (Featuring Teddy Pendergrass). 13-Close The Door - Teddy Pendergrass. 06-Me And Mrs. Jones - Billy Paul. 11-You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine - Lou Rawls. 14-If Only You Knew - Patti LaBelle. 10-Use Ta Be My Girl - The O'Jays.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Kenneth Gamble sits down with DreamStream. Philly Soul : Philidelphia International Records. October 14, 2014) The iconic PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL RECORDS blue neon sign that adorns the historic Sound of Philadelphia building at 309 S. Broad Street will be permanently removed Wednesday, Oct. 15, in final preparations for the building’s demolition. The sign symbolizes the end of a legendary record label, and an era whose music continues to resonate deeply with people all over the world. Teddy Pendergrass - THE Greatest Hits. Voice Singer Disco Club Soul Jazz Jazz Funk Last Dance Old School Music My Soulmate Sing To Me Solo Male.
With the money, Gamble and Huff opened their own label, Philadelphia International Records (PIR). As they sat down to compose following the deal, the Vietnam War raged on, conflicts over desegregation spread across the country and civil war ravaged Pakistan. We were talking about the world and why people really can’t work together. They’d created the Sound of Philadelphia. The City of Brotherly Love joined Detroit, the home of Motown, and Memphis, the home of Stax Records, as sanctuaries of soul. Their sound bridged sixties soul and the arrival of funk and disco. Gamble once said someone told him they’d put the bow tie on funk. Michael Ochs Archives, Getty Images). Gamble admired Motown, which he calls the greatest record company that’s ever been in the business. He and Huff set up a house studio band, MFSB (Mother, Father, Sister, Brother), like Motown’s Funk Brothers.
The building that housed "The Sound of Philadelphia" is came tumbling down on Saturday. Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Kenneth Gamble sits down with DreamStream. What others are saying. Brief history of Gamble & Huff and Philadelphia International Records. Visit us at ww. amble-huffmusic. Teddy Pendergrass - THE Greatest Hits - YouTube.
|1||–The O'Jays||Love Train||3:00|
|2||–The O'Jays||Back Stabbers||3:08|
|3||–Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes Featuring Teddy Pendergrass||If You Don't Know Me By Now||3:28|
|4||–Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes Featuring Teddy Pendergrass||The Love I Lost||6:23|
|5||–MFSB Featuring The Three Degrees||T.S.O.P. (The Sound Of Philadelphia)||5:50|
|6||–Billy Paul||Me And Mrs. Jones||4:47|
|7||–The Three Degrees||When Will I See You Again||3:00|
|8||–People's Choice||Do It Any Way You Wanna||3:16|
|9||–The Intruders||I'll Always Love My Mama||6:38|
|10||–The O'Jays||Use Ta Be My Girl||4:03|
|11||–Lou Rawls||You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine||4:27|
|12||–McFadden & Whitehead||Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now||7:02|
|13||–Teddy Pendergrass||Close The Door||5:27|
|14||–Patti LaBelle||If You Only Knew||4:40|
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