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Jones GirlsGet As Much Love As You Can (acetate) ... LP
Philadelphia International/Frankford Wayne, 1981. Very Good ... $29.99
Essential female Philly soul recorded by the Jones Girls, a group who came to Philly later than many of their big 70s acts, but who went onto become possibly the best female act who recorded with Gamble & Huff. The record's a group effort of the Philly team – with arrangements by Gene Page, Dexter Wansel, McKinley Jackson, and Richard Rome – but it's the girls' vocals that make the record shine, as they take on a sophisticated style that pushes them past many of their contemporaries, who were still going for a disco groove that was basically just an update of the earlier girl group sound. Includes the classics "Nights Over Egypt" and "Get As Much Love As You Can" – plus "I Found That Man Of Mine", "Let's Be Friends First", and "You're Breakin' My Heart". LP, Vinyl record album
(Frankford/Wayne acetate in a plain sleeve.)

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MFSB/Philadelphia All-StarsLet's Clean Up The Ghetto (voc 4:55, inst 3:57) (10-inch acetate) ... 12-inch
Frankford Wayne, 1977. Very Good ... $28.99
Great funky Philly! "Let's Clean Up The Ghetto", features a great instrumental working of a track that was also known by a more famous vocal version. This instrumental has some great percussion breakdowns, nice warm keyboard lines, and some sweet horn solos. 12-inch, Vinyl record

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