MFSB - Love Is The Message FLAC album
Genre: Soul and Funk music
Title: Love Is The Message
Style: Soul, Disco
FLAC version ZIP size: 1160 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1907 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1993 mb
Other Formats: AUD RA TTA AIFF VOC WMA MMF
Love Is The Message is the second album by Philadelphia International Records houseband MFSB. Includes the number one Pop, R&B and Adult Contemporary hit & winner of the 1974 Grammy for Best R&B Instrumental Performance, "TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia)". The song would also become the theme song for the television show "Soul Train. Bobby Eli, Norman Harris, Reggie Lucas, Roland Chambers, . Anthony Jackson, Ron Baker - bass.
Most prominently featuring "Love Is the Message" and ". " this 1973 album by MFSB serves as a landmark LP for Philadelphia's early to mid-'70s soul movement. became a giant hit for the group at the time of its release, forever being associated with the television show Soul Train, "Love Is the Message" would go on to be an enormous underground hit in New York's late-'70s disco scene, championed by influential DJs such as Larry Levan (becoming an. anthem at Levan's Paradise Garage)
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Artist: MFSB Title: Love is the Message Year Of Release: 1973 Label: Philadelphia International Records Genre: Soul, Disco, Smooth Jazz Quality: WavPack (image+. 01 - Zack's Fanfare 02 - Love Is The Message 03 - Cheaper To Keep Her 04 - My One And Only Love 05 - TSOP (The Sound Of Philadelphia) (Theme From The Television Show Soul Train ) 06 - Zack's Fanfare 07 - Touch Me In The Morning 08 - Bitter Sweet.
1973 studio album by MFSB. Love Is The Message is the second album by Philadelphia International Records houseband MFSB.
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Written-By [Uncredited] – Burton Lane, Frank Loesser
|A1.b||Love Is The Message
Arranged By – Bobby MartinProducer – Gamble-Huff*Written-By – K. Gamble-L. Huff*
|A2||Cheaper To Keep Her
Arranged By – Bobby MartinProducer – Gamble-Huff*Written-By – M. Rice*
|A3||My One And Only Love
Producer, Arranged By – Vince Montana*Written-By – G. Wood*, R. Mellin*
|B1||TSOP (The Sound Of Philadelphia) (Theme From The Televison Show "Soul Train")
Arranged By – Bobby MartinProducer – Gamble-Huff*Vocals [Uncredited] – The Three DegreesWritten-By – K. Gamble-L. Huff*
|B2||Touch Me In The Morning
Arranged By – Bobby MartinProducer – Gamble-Huff*Written-By – M. Masser*, R. Miller*
Producer – Bruce HawesProducer, Arranged By – Jack FaithWritten-By – B. Hawes*, J. Faith*
- Recorded At – Sigma Sound Studios
- Mastered At – Frankford/Wayne Recording Labs
- Record Company – CBS Records
- Distributed By – Columbia Records
- Art Direction – Ed Lee
- Engineer – Joe Tarsia
- Illustration [Cover] – Bart Forbes
- Liner Notes – Dede Dabney
- Photography By [Back Cover] – Don Hunstein
NotesNo bar code.
Recorded at Sigma Sound Studios, Phila., Pa.
Mastered at Frankford/Wayne Mastering Labs, Phila., Pa.
"The Sound Of Philadelphia © 1973"
© 1973 CBS, Inc./℗ 1973 CBS, Inc./Distributed by Columbia Records/CBS, Inc.
|KZ 32707||MFSB||Love Is The Message (LP, Album)||Philadelphia International Records||KZ 32707||US||1973|
|PIR 40-80154, 40-80154||MFSB||Love Is The Message (Cass, Album)||Philadelphia International Records, Philadelphia International Records||PIR 40-80154, 40-80154||UK||1974|
|STR 105||MFSB||Love Is The Message (LP, Album)||Yegrin Record Co||STR 105||South Korea||Unknown|
|SBP 234479||MFSB||Love Is The Message (LP, Album)||CBS||SBP 234479||Australia||1973|
|PIR 65864||MFSB||Love Is The Message (LP, Album)||Epic||PIR 65864||Greece||1974|