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DOUBLE EXPOSURE
Soul disco vocal quartet

Formed in 1968, Philadelphia.
First called United Image, The and recorded for [l=Stax.
Their first release for the fledgling [l=Salsoul Records was also the first commercial 12" single ever released.
Their introduction to Salsoul Records was via their friendship with producer Norman Harris, whom they had known since 1961.
Harris produced all three albums.
 
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Double Exposure: Ten Percent (BBR)
When the definitive guide to dance music is eventually carved in stone, the tablets will tell of the key-players, songs, fads and personalities that manipulated, sweated blood and tears, and eventually changed the shape of popular music, as we know it today. In the ‘60s there was Motown, Atlantic and Stax, and as the ‘70s were born, so were the likes of Philadelphia International. But as the decade progressed, the initial front-runners came under fierce competition from a new breed of independen...
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Double Exposure November 1976 Interview
The guys have been together since elementary school, and now they have one of the year's biggest disco hits. They've had belief in themselves and n...
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Double Exposure August 1979 Interview
B&S investigator probes behind the scenes and unearths the concept of the quartet's startling new album… THE sleeve to the new Double Exposu...
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