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New Harold Melvin & The Blue NotesReaching For The World ... LP
ABC, 1976. Sealed .... $1.99
A really great post-Philly International album from Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes – the group's first after the departure of Teddy Pendergrass, and a set that shows them hardly missing a beat! The group are still recording at Sigma Sound, with Melvin at the production helm – and they've also got that great balance between a deep-voiced lead singer (new arrival David Ebo) and the soaring harmonies of the rest of the group. Tunes are wonderfully written – the right mix of personal and political from the group's biggest years – and the album's got a really great sense of pace and timing overall, maybe even more so than previous records. Titles include "Hostage", "He Loves You And I Do Too", "Stay Together", "Sandman", "Big Singing Star", and "Reaching For The World". LP, Vinyl record album
(Shrinkwrap has a number of pen scribbles and a bit of light shopwear. Cover has a cutout notch and a bent corner.)

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Teddy PendergrassTeddy Pendergrass Greatest Hits ... LP
Philadelphia International, Late 70s/Early 80s. Very Good .... $4.99
Sublime stuff! When Teddy left Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, he was making one of the best moves of his career – as you'll hear on these amazing tracks, totally perfect bits of modern soul that moved the career of Teddy up about a zillion notches, and which also had a profound effect on the overall development of male soul vocals. Includes "Turn Off The Lights", "Close the Door", "Love TKO", "I Don't Love You Anymore", "You Can't Hide From Yourself", and the amazing "Come Go With Me". LP, Vinyl record album

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New King SolomonEnergy Crisis! ... LP
Celestial, Mid 70s. Near Mint- .... Just Sold Out!
An obscure bit of funk from LA – with a mixture of bluesy cuts and others with a harder James Brown style, all tied together with a very topical early 70s title! According to the notes, King has roots in the blues and gospel fields – but to our ears, he's better here on the more soul-oriented numbers. Includes the instrumentals "Ain't It Funky Y'All" and "Our Song" – plus the tracks "Sexy Baby", "Get Up Soul Brother", and "A Little Dab Will Do Ya". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a light crease.)
 
 
 
 



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