Some of the finest soul from the ’70s, including The Spinners, The Emotions, and The Main Ingredient with Cuba Gooding Sr.
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The Spinners: flag bearers of the Sweet Philly soul-music scene, Bobbie Smith and Henry Fambrough lead the band in revisiting sounds ranging from the endlessly romantic “I’ll Be Around” to the funky chart topper “The Rubberband Man”
The Emotions: the Hutchinson sisters—Wanda, Sheila, and Jeanette—hit it big in the ’70s thanks to their close relationship with Earth, Wind & Fire and the single “Boogie Wonderland,” but their best-known song is probably “Best of My Love”
Harold Melvin’s Blue Notes: vintage Philadelphia soul crafted by the masters. Though Harold Melvin and Teddy Pendergrass have passed on, their legacy continues in such tunes as “Wake Up Everybody” and “The Love I Lost.”
The Main Ingredient with Cuba Gooding Sr.: this R & B group’s massive hit, “Everybody Plays the Fool,” didn’t come out of nowhere—the act had been steadily climbing the charts with songs such as “You’ve Been My Inspiration”
Also Featuring: Eddie Homan | New Birth | Blue Magic