The Delfonics is the self-titled third album by American R&B/soul vocal group The Delfonics, produced by Thom Bell and released on February 1, 1970 on the Philly Groove label. Unlike The Delfonics' two previous albums, The Delfonics consists entirely of new material with all tracks but one penned by Bell and/or lead singer William Hart.
Alive & Kicking is the fifth and final album by American soul group The Delfonics, produced by Stan Watson and released in 1974 on the Philly Groove label. The album received a lukewarm reception, with critical opinion tending to the view that by this time The Delfonics were hampered by weaker material than that being produced contemporaneously by other Philadelphia soul groups such as Blue Magic and The Stylistics. Four singles were released with moderate success.
The Delfonics – The Delfonics. Label: Philly Groove Records – PG 1153. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. A5. Delfonics' Theme (How Could You). Written-By – Thom Bell, William Hart.
05 - The Delfonics - The Phoney The Delfonics. 09 - The Delfonics - The Same Things That Make You Laugh The Delfonics. La, La, La, Means I Love You (The Delfonics) The Delfonics. 03. When You Get Right Down To It (From The Delfonics Album. 1970, Philly Groove Records) Endless Love Soul The Delfonics. The Delfonics - I Gave To You The Delfonics. 18 - The Delfonics - Don't Leave Me The Delfonics. 16 - The Delfonics - Can't Go On Living The Delfonics. A03 - The Delfonics - Too Late The Delfonics.
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The Delfonics is the self-titled third album by American R&B/soul vocal group The Delfonics, produced by Thom Bell and released on February 1, 1970 on the Philly Groove label. It was the group's only album to crack the top 100 on the Billboard 200 and contained five charting singles, including the majestic "Didn't I ", a top 10 hit and one of the most iconic soul singles of its era.
The Delfonics are an R&B/soul trio originally consisting of brothers William Hart, Wilbert Hart, and Randy Cain and became famous with their high-pitched, male vocal harmonies typical of the Philly Soul sound. One of their most iconic hits was "Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)", released on their self-titled third album. It was the only Delfonics which reached the top 100 on the Billboard 200 charts. It is frequently called their most complete album and the highlight of their long career.