I Miss You (later reissued as Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes) is the debut album released by Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes on the Philadelphia International record label in August 1972. It was produced by Kenneth Gamble & Leon Huff. The album title was changed from I Miss You to Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes and given a new cover after the success of the single "If You Don't Know Me by Now".
Oh, I) Oh, I (Oh, I) (Miss you) I miss you, baby (Miss you) (Miss you, miss you) I swear I do (Miss you) Mmm, hmm. Every since you went away I ain't been doing nothing but (Thinking, thinking) With my head in my hands (Thinking). You been away from so long And I just don't think I can carry on so I start (Drinking, drinking) Each and every night (Drinking) a. Trying to drown all my loneliness away I don't forget a day Fall down on my knees wishing for your return And oh, how I hurt
Complétez votre collection Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes. Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes' debut album, first released September 1972, was originally titled "I Miss You", but after the success of the single "If You Don't Know Me by Now" the album was renamed, given a new cover and re-issued as "Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes". The album peaked at on the Billboard Soul Albums chart and was one of the initial successes for the Philadelphia International Records label established the year before by producer and songwriting duo Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff
I Miss You‘ was Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes debut Philadelphia International album, released in 1972. The album features the lead vocals of Teddy Pendergrass and the classic Philly production of Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff.
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Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes. Redirected from Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes). Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes were an American R&B/Soul vocal group, one of the most popular Philadelphia soul groups of the 1970s. The group's repertoire included soul, R&B, doo-wop, and disco.
Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes I Miss You. (play). The Three Degrees, Billy Paul, Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes When Will I See You Again, Love Train. Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes You Know How To Make Me Feel So Good. Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes Keep On Loving You. Разные исполнители The Love I Lost (Tribute version originally performed by Harold Melvin And The Bluenotes).
I Miss You. by. Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes. I Miss You (Part 1) by The Heptones (1973). Writers: Leon Huff, Kenneth Gamble Arranger: Thom Bell.
Pendergrass first joined the Blue Notes' backing band, but demonstrated so much vocal talent that after John Atkins left in 1970, Melvin soon elevated him to the post of lead vocalist. This move helped them land a deal with Gamble and Huff's Philadelphia International label in 1972, just as the company was taking its place as soul music's new epicenter; Pendergrass' voice was similar to that of Dells singer Marvin Junior, whom Gamble & Huff had courted heavily. Their self-titled debut mostly featured songs that had been written in anticipation of landing Marvin Junior. The first single, "I Miss You," was a hit on the R&B charts, but their second was a smash - the classic ballad "If You Don't Know Me by Now," which featured an anguished, star-making vocal turn from Pendergrass.
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