Philly Premiere – 33 Sister Love Gems from City Brother Love

Most every big city had lights bright enough downtown to entice singers into small studios to produce music. Philadephia was no different, despite its close proximity to New York City. Especially in the flow of the great migration, Philadelphia was a trendsetter in the fields of R&B, Rock and Soul music. Giving an extra boost…

Lesley Gore “Look The Other Way”(Mercury 72867-B, 1968)

Lesley Gore “Look The Other Way”(Mercury 72867-B, 1968) There’s a hole in our collective hearts where America’s Sweetheart meets Queer Icon Lesley Gore doesn’t exist anymore. Since she passed away last year, not much has been done to cover the scope of her art or activism. It’s to be remembered that within 9 months time,…

Cindy Scott “Time Can Change A Love” (Veep 1268, 1967)

Cindy Scott “Time Can Change A Love” (Veep 1268, 1967) The power of social media brings you the next 7 days of posts here at DJ Larsupreme. Fellow Gemini Soul Spinner Derek See challenged me with some Tammi Terrell to do a week of records a day. Hell yes I say! I start with the…

Sheila Ferguson “Heartbroken Memories” (Swan 4234, 1965)

Sheila Ferguson “Heartbroken Memories” (Swan 4234, 1965) Sheila Ferguson is one of the most heavenly voices of the girl group era. It is to a lot of surprises that she didn’t find her greatest success as a soloist or for the majority of the Classic Girl Group era, but in the 1970’s. However, she had…

Sheila Ferguson “Little Red Riding Hood” (Landa 706-B, 1965)

Sheila Ferguson “Little Red Riding Hood” (Landa 706-B, 1965) Although she would go on to become most famous as one of The Three Degrees, Sheila Ferguson started her career as a soloist. Her solo efforts throughout 1965 were Three Degrees records by proxy, since The Three Degrees handled background duties on most, if not all…