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  1. (Soul/Funk/D isco) Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes - Collection: 18 Albums ( - ), MP3 (tracks), kbps Страницы: 1 Главная» Джазовая и Блюзовая музыка» Зарубежный джаз» Зарубежный джаз (lossy).
  2. Apr 25,  · Graded on a Curve: Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, Collectors’ Item: All Their Greatest Hits! By Michael H. Little | Published: April 25, When it comes to the bands representing the “Philadelphia Sound” that came to dominate the soul charts in the early seventies, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes were inarguably the best.
  3. A great collection, topped off with a fine duet featuring Pendergrass and future Blue Notes singer Sharon Paige. If you feel the need for a more thorough collection than this budget-price release, check out Epic's track If You Don't Know Me By Now: The Best of Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, which covers the same mid-'70s period.5/5(1).
  4. Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes: 4: 2: Greatest Hits: Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes: 1: The Best Of: Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes: 1: Satisfaction Guaranteed: The Best of Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes: Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes: 1: The Best of Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes: Hope That We Can Be Together Album: To Be True, Wake Up Everybody, Black & Blue, I Miss You, Reaching for the World.
  5. Collectors' Item: All Their Greatest Hits! is a compilation album released by Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes on the Philadelphia International record label in July "Hope That We Can Be Together Soon" (featuring Sharon Paige) Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff: britpop.alsarilsaithforius.infoinfo: R&B.
  6. While Teddy Pendergrass was featured on this album, he did not lead every song. The three singles -- "Where Are All My Friends," "Bad Luck," "Hope That We Can Be Together Soon" were all Billboard R&B Top Ten chart hits, and "Bad Luck" reached number one, sporting an incessant grooving rhythm where Teddy Pendergrass cuts into the lyric with conviction.
  7. "Wake Up Everybody" is an R&B song written by John Whitehead, Gene McFadden and Victor Carstarphen. Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes version. Originally recorded by Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, with Teddy Pendergrass singing lead vocals, the song had a somewhat unconventional structure, starting subdued and building slowly to a climax. The title track from their album, the song spent .

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