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Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff: Masters Of Soul Success

Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, 23 November 1973

THE DAYS are long gone when the total credit for the success of a record goes to the artist alone. Over the years, the role ...

Krispi And Company, MFSB: More Disco Madness

Profile by Davitt Sigerson, Black Music, November 1975

What kind of madness is it when two bands adopt different names to record versions of a 30s showtune called 'Brazil'? Just put it down ...

MFSB: A Family Affair

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 26 March 1974

SO, THE time has arrived when we can have anonymous soul artists topping the charts. Already this year, the Love Unlimited Orchestra has topped both ...

MFSB: set for a smash despite the slagging?

Profile by Roger St. Pierre, New Musical Express, 4 May 1974

A NUMBER one album and single in the American pop charts, with strong chances of rivalling the success of 'Love's Theme' in the UK, make ...


Profile by Tony Cummings, Black Music, August 1974

MFSB GREW as the Philly soul scene grew. As, in the sixties, recording activity escalated in the city, a hard core of musicians, some black ...

Inside The Philly Sound

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 ...

Brotherly Love: The Musicians

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) ...

see also Vince Montana


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