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BLUE MAGIC
Soul vocal group from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Formed in 1972.
Delfonics, The' Randy Cain brought Ted Mills to [l3820 for writing duties and an early formation as Shaed Of Love of the other members, were audiotioning the same period.
Ted Mills became the leader of the group.
They released eight albums between 1974 - 1989
Their most succesful hits are from the [l3820 years - "Sideshow", "Three Ring Circus" and their collaboration with Margie Joseph, "What's Come Over Me".
 
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Blue Magic December 1973 Interview
THE NON-APPEARANCE of Blue Magic on the recent Ike & Tina Turner concert was a major disappointment for the many fans of the young Philadelphia group, who recently came so close to making the pop charts with their first record released in this country, "Look Me Up". The week preceding the concert, we spoke to a very dejected Richard Pratt who had stopped over in London for a day on his way back from Germany to America after the misunderstanding with Ike Turner that resulted in Blue Magic being '...
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Blue Magic February 1975 Interview
When it comes to new groups who have broken through during 1974, none has been more consistent and none has shone brighter than Atco's Philly busters,...
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Blue Magic June 1975 Interview
Although they've only been around for 2½ years, in that relatively short time, Blue Magic have notched up an enviable track record as one of the forem...
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