Delfonics

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Delfonics - Alive & Kicking Alive & Kicking
Soul Used - LP PG 1501 Philly Groove
1974 Original. Vinyl Is NM- With A Couple Ticks On The Second Side.... more details
 
Delfonics - Delfonics Delfonics
Soul New - LP PG 1153 Philly Groove
Sealed And Pristine 1970 Textured Cover Original Featuring "Didn't I Blow Your Mind This Time."... more details
 
Delfonics - Delfonics Delfonics
Soul New - LP PG 1153 Philly Groove
Sealed Reissue.... more details
 
Delfonics - Delfonics Delfonics
Soul Used - LP PG 1153 Philly Groove
Beautiful, Very Hard To Find 1970 Textured Cover Original Featuring "Didn't I Blow Your Mind This Time." Vinyl Appears Glossy.... more details
 
Delfonics - La La Means I Love You La La Means I Love You
Soul New - LP LP 1150 Philly Groove
Sealed 1968 Stereo Original. Pristine Copy. 5 Star Philly Soul! “While La La Means I Love You Is The Trio's Debut LP, They Had Actually Been Working With Bell As Far Back As Their 1966 Single "He Don't Really Love You." By The Time This Album Was Cut, Thom Bell Had Begun To Establish A Core Of Key Philadelphia Musicians Who Would Later Become Internationally Recognized As MFSB. This Conglomerate Further Enhances The Already Mellifluous Vocal Blend Of The Original Delfonics, Which Included Brothers William Hart, Wilbert Hart, And Randy Cain. The Multi-Task Role That Thom Bell Plays In The Success Of The Delfonics -- As Well As Most Every Other Philly-Based Group Fortunate Enough To Have Been Guided By His Discernible Ears -- Included Producing And Arranging As Well As Co-Writing Over Half Of The Original Material On The Album. Among Them Are The Top 40 Hits "I'm Sorry" And "Break Your Promise," As Well As The Title Track, Which Would Become One Of The Group's Signature Tunes. The Sublime Smooth Grooves Seemingly Inherent In These Arrangements Practically Define The Distinction Between The Philly Soul Scene And Those More Established In Detroit (Motown), Memphis (Stax), Or Chicago (Chess). Bell's Trademark Easy And Languid Rhythms, When Married To The Trio's Lush Vocal Harmonies, Add New Hues To The Sonic Soul Music Pallet Of The Late '60s And Early '70s. The Inclusion Of Two Bacharach/David Classics -- "The Look Of Love" And "Alfie" -- Gives Listeners More Than Just A Hint At Where Much Of Bell's Fresh And Distinct Ideas May Have Taken Root. Additionally, The Delfonics' Cover Of "Hurt So Bad" Should Not Be Missed, As It Bests, Or At The Very Least Updates, Little Anthony & The Imperials' More Familiar Version.” Lindsay Planer, AMG.... more details
 

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