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Philly Soul

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Leon Huff  I Ain't Jivin', I'm Jammin'   buy on itunes
Manhattans  There's No Me Without You   buy on itunes
The Stylistics  Stop, Look, Listen (To Your Heart)   buy on itunes
The Ebonys  It's Forever   buy on itunes
Bunny Sigler  Let the Good Times Roll   buy on itunes
MFSB  Love Is the Message   buy on itunes
Volcanos  Storm Warning   buy on itunes
Laura Nyro  The Bells   buy on itunes
Wilson Pickett  Get Me Back on Time, Engine Number 9, Pts. 1& 2   buy on itunes
Johnny Williams  Slow Motion   buy on itunes
Jill Scott  Golden   buy on itunes
Lou Rawls  See You When I Git There   buy on itunes
Billy Paul  Thanks for Saving My Life   buy on itunes
The Delfonics  He Don't Really Love You   buy on itunes
Dee Dee Sharp  I'M Not In Love   buy on itunes
The Trammps  Love Epidemic   buy on itunes
People's Choice  Do It Any Way You Wanna   buy on itunes
Don Cello & Gerald Levert  Dance   buy on itunes
The Futures  Stay With Me   buy on itunes
The Three Degrees  Year of Decision   buy on itunes
Bunny Sigler & Don Cello  Can I   buy on itunes
Dee Dee Sharp  OOH CHILD   buy on itunes
The Jones Girls  This Feeling's Killing Me   buy on itunes
Kenny Gamble & the Romeos  The Jokes On You   buy on itunes
Black Thought, Don Cello & McFadden & Whitehead  Ain't No Stopping Us Now   buy on itunes

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The Philly soul story spread a wider net than most folks might realize. The Volcanos, for instance, never soared to the star status of the Spinners or the Stylistics, but their 1965 single “Storm Warning,” one of Gamble & Huff’s earliest productions, is a dizzying downpour of sweet-but-stomping soul. One of the city’s R&B pioneers, Dee Dee Sharp, showed that Philly soul fodder can come from anywhere, by turning U.K. art-poppers 10cc’s “I’m Not In Love” into a lush, laid-back aural aphrodisiac. And even Stax sensation Wilson Pickett took a turn on Gamble & Huff’s love train, cutting 1970’s In Philadelphia with the dynamic duo, and turning out the fiercely funky “Get Me Back on Time, Engine Number 9.”
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