I don’t think most music listeners in today’s generation would appreciate the musicians who put it all on wax back in the day with the help of Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff, which the orchestration of MFSB was delightful and soulful, they’ll never hear this Philly sound again, not in this lifetime, I thank God I was young and happy listening to this sound when it was in our local record stores back in the day.
I miss hearing MFSB and the Philadelphia International Record artists as well. This orchestra was Sound or Philadelphia during the days of what was considered REAL MUSIC AND REAL MUSICIANS.
My dad is on the far left with the Trombone. Freddie Joiner.
Your Dad was a part of a great sound. That song had the people up on the flour.I still play it, the sound have you moving. The flour was always packed. You know how we do. Soul is who we are.It’s nice to know your Dad had a part in the Music That we Dance to.
Some of the greatest musicians to ever perform together in the history of time with music that is everlasting and can't be emulated.
Well you don’t have to miss the song , YouTube, I’ve down load it. 😌
That is my Dad!! First row second in on the right!! Charles Apollonia
Mother, Father, Sister, Brother.
Their contributions to the Sound of Philadelphia cannot be overstated. What a massively talented group of musicians!!!!!
I use to be a rollin stone ya know ,if the cause was rite, I'd leave to find the answer on the road......E.J.....B.T.
Question...Was Dexter Wansel part of MFSB? I know he was part of PIR....help?
Very gifted people!!
In the MFSB there was the deep soul of the Trammps!!!
I love that group there.❤
Which because of the times hired more non blacks to make black music than they hired Black folks it appears