Philadelphia Freedom - Various - They Sold A Million (CD)

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  1. Mother, Father, Sister, Brother (MFSB) were the house band at Philadelphia International Records in the 's. Primarily recording at Philly's Sigma Sound Studios, they backed up The O'Jays, The Three Degrees, and many other Philly artists on many of their biggest hits, as well as having a successful instrumental career in their own right, as this CD showcases/5(63).
  2. An Elton John/Bernie Taupin composition, produced by Gus Dudgeon, “Philadelphia Freedom” was released as a single February 24, Written as a favour to John’s friend, tennis.
  3. Of Discs: 2 disc(s) Studio / Label: Sony TV UK Release Date: 24 Jan Disc 1 18 Kiss You All Over mins. Disc 1 13 Angel Eyes mins. Disc 1 11 Ride Like the Wind mins. Disc 2 6 Dead Ringer for Love foramehaterredelnonetvefofe.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  4. I presume the digital recording of CD's has a better quality sound than the analog recording, maybe not! But, my favourite killer tracks are "Philadelphia Freedom" itself and "Ferry Avenue". When I was courting my wife, I use to have the eight track in my car, I would play it over and over again untiringly, until it soaked in my veins and we /5(5).
  5. They were married until when Barnum died of a stroke at his home. He was buried in Mountain Grove Cemetery, Smoke Signal - The Band - The Capitol Albums which he designed himself. Barnum was born in Bethel, Connecticutthe son of innkeeper, tailor, and store-keeper Philo Barnum — and his second wife Irene Taylor.

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