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Pick Of The Litter

LP (Item 31395) Atlantic, 1975 — Condition: Used
Gatefold
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4.80 11

Classic Philly Spinners – with Philippe Wynne on lead vocals, and Thom Bell arranging and producing with that hit sound he gave the group during the 70s! The record may not of given the band as many hits as some of the others, but it's got an excellent Philly sound – with backing by MFSB, and work by Bobby Eli on guitar. Tracks include "Honest I Do", "Just As Long As We Have Love", "Sweet Love Of Mine", "Love Or Leave", and "I Don't Want To Lose You". (In the gatefold cover with intact die-cuts, an unglued seam, and minor moisture damage on the spine..)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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