Philadelphia Classics. Philly Classics (1973-1977). Philadelphia International, EMI ZK-34940.
Play Philadelphia Classics album songs MP3 by Mfsb and download Philadelphia Classics songs on Gaana. Released by Sony Music May 2002 9 Tracks. PLAY ALL. Philadelphia Classics. Philadelphia Classics is a English album released on May 2002. Philadelphia Classics Album has 9 songs sung by Mfsb, The Three Degrees, Harold Melvin. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Philadelphia Classics songs on Gaana.
Philadelphia Classics (2xLP, Comp). Philadelphia International Records. I was thrilled, honored to cherry-pick the songs. The hardest mix to do was "Don't Leave Me This Wa.
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1. Back Stabbers (Remix) - Remix - The O'Jays. P (The Sound Of Philadelphia) (Remix) - Remix - MFSB, The Three Degrees. 11. Year Of Decision (Remix) - Remix - The Three Degrees. 12. Where Do We Go From Here (Remix) - Remix - The Trammps.
The legendary partnership of NYC's Disco godfather Tom Moulton and Philadelphia International Records has long been documented. Luckily we've been enjoying the fruits of this labour for the last 30+ years with a lot of these PIR classics becoming ingrained in the psyche of the modern day music fan as the building blocks of House music. The names alone fill one with awe, The O'Jays, Harold Melvin and The Bluenotes, Archie Bell and The Drells and Lou Rawls.
The Philadelphia Experiment is a 2001 studio album by The Philadelphia Experiment, a collaborative project including classical/jazz pianist Uri Caine, jazz bassist Christian McBride, and hip hop drummer Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson. It features guest appearances from guitarist Pat Martino, trumpeter John Swana, and cellist Larry Gold. It peaked at number 7 on the Billboard Jazz Albums chart. The album borrows its name from an urban legend about a supposed .