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Think About Me - The Delfonics - The Delfonics (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The Delfonics albums Budget-priced collection featuring 20 tracks from by this great soul group from Philadelphia, including all 15 of their chart hits for the Philly Groove label.
  2. Delfonics Arista Arista (label) Soul (CD, LP) Tasty set that includes many of the Delfonics' best moments from their classic Philly Groove years! This is the kind of heavenly east coast group soul that never gets old – and it's no wonder this stuff keeps cropping up in .
  3. Buy Tell Me This Is A Dream [Expanded Edition] (CD) by The Delfonics (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  4. Think About Me; I Gave To You. LP £ LP £ The Delfonics La La Means I Love You / Sound of Sexy Soul. CD £ The Delfonics The Delfonics / Tell Me This Is A Dream. CD £ The Delfonics Tell Me This Is A Dream. LP £ The Delfonics The Definitive Collection. CD £ The Delfonics Sound Of Sexy Soul.
  5. Reissue on Gram vinyl. This is the legendary group's third album (a.k.a. 'The Delfonics'), dating from and originally out on the Philly Groove label. Produced by .
  6. The Delfonics ‎– The Delfonics Label: Bell Records ‎– SBLL , Bell Records ‎– 1E Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Textured sleeve Country: UK Released: Genre: Funk / Soul Style: Soul Tracklist Hide Credits A1 Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time) Written-By – Thom Bell, William Hart A2 Funny Feeling Written-By – Thom Bell, William Hart A3 When You End date: Apr 23,
  7. Delfonics - Think It Over by DISCOANONYMOUS. la la la by hummr. The Delfonics- Don't leave me by SANDRINE SUNSET. the delfonics - baby i love you by rzymac. The Delfonics-Ready Or Not Here I Come by WatDaStreetsCreated. The Delfonics .
  8. Limited gm audiophile vinyl LP pressing. The Delfonics were a trio consisting of brothers William Hart, Wilbert Hart and Randy Cain and had lush, high-pitched, male vocal harmonies typical of the Philly Soul sound. The trio's debut album was produced by Thom Bell, who had begun working with Philadelphia musicians later known as MFSB/5(21).

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