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HAROLD MELVIN & THE BLUE NOTES
 
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HAROLD MELVIN & THE BLUE NOTES: TO BE TRUE EXPANDED EDITION (BBR)
This group’s success story is all too well known in soul circles, but to reiterate the story started in 1954 with the moniker The Charlemagnes, and with the name change, they became a household name following their recording deal with Philadelphia International during 1972. The hits poured in – “If You Don’t Know Me By Now”, “The Love I Lost” and “Don’t Leave Me This Way” which battled against Thelma Houston’s version in 1977; she lost. Hey ho, moving on…this re-issue was the group’s third al...
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Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes March 1977 Interview
The Blue Notes split was one of the big Soul stories of '76. Harold Melvin talks to John Abbey and gives the lowdown on what went down. THE ...
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Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes August 1972 Interview
EVERY year, there are only a handful — maybe six — records which go on to become all-time personal favourites, records that get played at home even af...
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Harold Melvin and the Blue Note November 1978 Interview
The rumours are that Harold Melvin and the group are set to return to Philadelphia International. Harold himself tells B&S how it is…. SINCE...
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Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes April 1974 Interview
HAROLD Melvin and the four Blue Notes have just completed their first British tour and it certainly has resulted in generally positive reactions from ...
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Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes: Talk It Up (Tell Everybody) (Philly World/ BBR Records)
With a career that dates back to the mid-‘50s, THE BLUE NOTES, lead by original vocalist HAROLD MELVIN, followed the tried-and-tested path traveled by...
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