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Originally released in 1975 by RCA via it's subsidiary Midland International-and recorded at the legendary Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia-these two tracks have never since both been released on the same single up until now, appearing once in unison on an acetate reference recording, copies of which have never sold on Discogs and are believed to be in the hands of 4 collectors worldwide. Touch of Class effortlessly blend together the classic Motor City Sound and Philadelphia's hard-driving disco groove in one fell swoop, records that sound like they have been produced from both the Gamble and Huff and Dozier playbooks, while retaining a unique register exclusive to the group.
Originally released in 1975 by RCA via it's subsidiary Midland International-and recorded at the legendary Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia-these two tracks have never since both been released on the same single up until now, appearing once in unison on an acetate reference recording, copies of which have never sold on Discogs and are believed to be in the hands of 4 collectors worldwide. Touch of Class effortlessly blend together the classic Motor City Sound and Philadelphia's hard-driving disco groove in one fell swoop, records that sound like they have been produced from both the Gamble and Huff and Dozier playbooks, while retaining a unique register exclusive to the group.
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I Love You Pretty Baby
Artist: Touch Of Class
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Originally released in 1975 by RCA via it's subsidiary Midland International-and recorded at the legendary Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia-these two tracks have never since both been released on the same single up until now, appearing once in unison on an acetate reference recording, copies of which have never sold on Discogs and are believed to be in the hands of 4 collectors worldwide. Touch of Class effortlessly blend together the classic Motor City Sound and Philadelphia's hard-driving disco groove in one fell swoop, records that sound like they have been produced from both the Gamble and Huff and Dozier playbooks, while retaining a unique register exclusive to the group.
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