Philly Re:moves

Six months ago I did a mix called ‘Philly re:grooves’ which was well listened to on Mixcloud. So it’s time to do something similar. Again a handful of songs from the archives of the legendary Philly sound, created by Kenny Gamble (right) and Leon Huff. It was once referred to as 'soul music in a tuxedo'. A very fine combination of soul, jazz, gospel, funk and early disco. Enjoy! If you like this kind of music, check the 'Spirit of Philadelphia' series on Expansion. Part 3 will be out very soon!


Gamble & Huff Orchestra – Is It Something I Said (1978)
Ultra High Frequency – We´re On The Right Track [A Tom Moulton Mix] (2010)
Philadelphia International All Stars – Let's Clean Up The Ghetto [Mr. K Edit] (2010)
The Trammps – The Night The Lights Went Out (1977)
William DeVaughn – Be Thankful For What You Got [New Version] (1980)
MFSB – Love Is The Message [A Tom Moulton Mix] (1973)
Philly Devotions – I Just Can't Say Goodbye (1975)
Double Exposure – Everyman (1976)
Anthony White – Where Would I Be Without You (1976)
Sons of Robin Stone – Got To Get You Back (1974)
True Example – As Long As You Love Me (1977)
Archie Bell & The Drells – Strategy (1979)
O'Jays – Darlin' Darlin' Baby (Sweet Tender Love) (1976)
Melba Moore – Let's Stand Together (1981)
The Three Degrees – Can't You See What You're Doing To Me (1973)
Loleatta Holloway – We're Getting Stronger (1977)
The Modulations – Head On Collision With Heartbreak (1975)

Philly Re:moves by Professor Eddy on Mixcloud


Dazler said…
You just can't beat the Philly sound!

Wonderful stuff Eddie!
professor Eddy said…
Yes, I agree, it's wonderful music!

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