Interview by David Nathan, Rock's Backpages audio, 2005
The making of The Sound of Philadelphia: Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff on the Philadelphia International label, and working with the diverse likes of Wilson Pickett, Dusty Springfield, Jerry Butler and Laura Nyro.
File format: mp3; file size: 31.5mb; Interview length: 24' 24"; sound quality: ***
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Report and Interview by Tony Cummings, Black Music, December 1975
In the States, and in Britain, the insidious sweet beat of the Philly Sound continues to conquer the best selling charts. The whooping passion of ...
Report and Interview by Tom Vickers, Rolling Stone, 15 January 1976
LOS ANGELES — Walking by what used to be a restaurant at the Beverly Comstock Hotel in Beverly Hills, one wonders why they keep playing ...
Report and Interview by Tom Vickers, Rolling Stone, 20 May 1976
The only way for our music to go is the way the world goes. And where it goes negative, we're going to show where it ...
Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 30 August 1977
John Abbey talks to Kenny Gamble about the success of the Philadelphia International project which spearheads the whole 'Clean Up The Ghetto' campaign. ...
Sleeve notes by Vernon Gibbs, Epic/Philadelphia International, 1997
Original contribution to sleevenotes for The Philly Sound: Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff & The Story Of Brotherly Love (1966-1976) (Epic/Philadelphia International) ...
Profile and Interview by Paul Lester, The Guardian, 3 March 2011
Philly Soul's sweet sound hid masked warnings about growing chasms in 1970s American society ...
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