Various - Conquer The World: The Lost Soul Of Philadelphia International Records
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Philadelphia International Records was a hotbed for some of the most celebrated stars of the 70's, solo stars like Teddy Pendergrass, Lou Rawls and Bill Paul who epitomized style with sophistication. As well there were the artists on PIR who barely made it to the national stage - local celebrities like Bunny Sigler, Bobby Bennett, Johnny Williams, Ruth McFadden, Pat & The Blenders, The Soul DeValiants and Love Committee.
Soul music fans and collectors' have been searching for these treasures for the last 30 years. Wonderful rare photos and liner notes in a beautifully designed package. Beloved in Philadelphia's bars and neighborhoods, they never conquered the world yet they were the Lost Soul of Philadelphia.
Heavyweight vinyl produced by Philadelphia International Records / Sony Legacy in celebration of the label's 50th Anniversary.
|1||Hard Workin' Man - Pat & the Blenders|
|2||Conquer The World Together - Bunny Sigler & Dee Dee Sharp|
|3||Grasshopper - Soul Devalients|
|4||It's So Wonderful - Johnny Williams|
|5||Makin' Up Time (Parts 1 & 2) - Frankie & the Spindles|
|6||Theme For Five Fingers Of Death - Bunny Sigler|
|7||Good And Plenty - Carolyn Crawford|
|8||Darling Come Back Home - Love Committee|
|9||Yellow Sunshine - Yellow Sunshine|
|10||Ghetto Woman (Parts 1 & 2) - Ruth McFadden|
|11||Everybody Needs Good Lovin' (Parts 1 & 2) - Bunny Sigler|
|12||Days Go By - Bobby Bennett|
|13||The Big Hurt - People's Choice|
|14||Love Is Here - The Futures|
|15||Ruby's Surprise Party - Ruby & The Party Gang|
|16||Stop Taking My Love - The Mellow Moods|