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BlissFun (voc, inst) ... 12-inch
WMOT, 1981. Very Good ... $5.99
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Fat Larry's BandFascination/Center City ... 12-inch
Atlantic/WMOT, 1976. Near Mint- ... $14.99
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Damon HarrisDamon ... LP
WMOT/Fantasy, 1978. Very Good+ ... $12.99
Smooth Philly Soul from Damon Harris – ex-singer for both the Temptations and Impact, working here in that smooth late 70s mode that was showing up on a lot of the WMOT Productions projects – a rich groove that has help from members of the Ingram Family, and backing vocals arranged by Patti Labelle! The record's a mixture of modern soul and mellow club tracks – that later Philly groove that's very well placed here, and which makes Damon's vocals sparkle in much the same way that you might hear from that other Harris of the time – Major Harris. Titles include "Silk", "Ride On", "It's Music", "Dish It Out", "Funday", and "My Love For You". LP, Vinyl record album

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Barbara MasonPiece Of My Life ... LP
WMOT, 1980. Near Mint- ... $9.99
A later album by Barbara Mason – one in which she teams up with the Ingram family, and returns to a mellower style of earlier years! The approach is a good one – as Barbara shows off a deeper soul style of singing than was appearing on her clubbier albums of the time, sounding almost like a southern soul diva on a number of the mellower tracks. Arrangements are by Butch, Billy, and Jimmy Ingram – and Barbara wrote nearly every track on the album, with titles that include "You Did Not Stay Last Night", "All Inside Of Me", "Love Having You Around", "You Know Who I Love", "Let Me Give You Love", and "On & Off". LP, Vinyl record album

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Philly CreamPhilly Cream ... LP
WMOT/Fantasy, 1979. Very Good ... $4.99
A sweet batch of Philly grooving – very much in the mode of Philly International work from a few years earlier, kind of carrying the torch of disco Philly, once Gamble & Huff turned towards some mellower modern material. The group features many members of the Ingram Family, as well as Michael Pedicin Jr on sax – and vocals are handled by David Simmons, Len Barry, and Damon Harris. Titles include "Soul Man", "Join The Army", "Sly Hi", "Motown Review", and a version of "Doin It To Death" LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ FLB (Fat Larry's Band)Boogie Town/Space Lady ... 12-inch
WMOT/Fantasy, 1978. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Larry and the group are definitely going to Boogie Town with this tasty single – a tight-stepping groover that crackles with their best electric funk touches! "Space Lady" is almost even better – with some male/female traded vocals that have a nice edge – almost in a Roy Ayers dancefloor mode! 12-inch, Vinyl record

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