Archie Bell & the Drells: Let's Groove: Archie Bell & The Drells Story 50th

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Title: Let's Groove: Archie Bell & The Drells Story 50th
Label: BBR

Digitally remastered two CD collection. Archie Bell and the Drells were one of the most popular soul groups of the sixties and seventies, retaining a legacy that has kept their records on dance floors till this day. Let's Groove: The Archie Bell The Drells Story is their first ever complete career retrospective, featuring all of their Billboard R&B, pop and disco hit singles, as well as the rarer tracks that became legendary hits on both the northern soul and rare groove scenes in the UK. The group came from Texas and first released a few singles on local label, Ovide Records. One of them, 'Dog Eat Dog' was picked up for national distribution by Atlantic Records. Atlantic realized that the B-side. 'Tighten Up' was selling the release in New York and reissued it as the A-Side. The song topped both the soul and pop charts in early 1968 and started a run of hits that included 'I Can't Stop Dancing' (R&B #5/Pop #9) 'Do The Choo Choo' (R&B #17/Pop #44) '(There's Gonna Be A) Showdown' (R&B #6/Pop #21) 'Girl Your Too Young' (R&B #13/Pop #59) and 'My Balloons Going Up' (R&B #36/Pop #87).Many of their Atlantic hits were produced by Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, including the minor 1969 hit 'Here I Go Again' which became such a massive hit on the northern soul scene that it prompted a UK reissue which made #11 in 1972, just after the group had parted ways with Atlantic. Continuing with producer Prince Philllip Mitchell, the group signed to Henry Stones Glades Records in 1973 and released a few singles. The group enjoyed a huge revival when they reunited with Gamble Huff at their Philadelphia International label in 1975 when 'I Could Dance All Night' (R&B #25) 'The Soul City Walk' (R&B #42/UK #13) and 'Let's Groove' (R&B #7/Disco #3) all became hits on the TSOP imprint. 'Don't Let Love Get You Down' and 'Where Will You Go When the Party's over'; continued their legendary status on UK dance floors and Strategy (R&B #21) gave them a final hit in 1979.

1.1 Tighten Up (Part 1)
1.2 Dog Eat Dog
1.3 A Thousand Wonders
1.4 A Soldier's Prayer, 1967
1.5 I Can't Stop Dancing
1.6 Do the Choo Choo
1.7 Love Will Rain on You
1.8 (There's Gonna Be a) Showdown
1.9 Go for What You Know
1.10 I Love My Baby
1.11 Just a Little Closer
1.12 Girl You're Too Young
1.13 My Balloon's Going Up
1.14 Here I Go Again
1.15 A World Without Music
1.16 Don't Let the Music Slip Away
1.17 Get It from the Bottom
1.18 I Wish
1.19 Wrap It Up
1.20 Deal with Him
1.21 I Just Want to Fall in Love
1.22 Love at First Sight
1.23 Archie's in Love
1.24 I Can't Face You Baby
1.25 Dancing to Your Music
1.26 Ain't Nothing for a Man in Love
1.27 You Never Know What's on a Woman's Mind
1.28 Girls Grow Faster Than Boys
2.1 I Could Dance All Night
2.2 Let's Groove
2.3 The Soul City Walk
2.4 Dance Your Troubles Away
2.5 Nothing Comes Easy
2.6 Don't Let Love Get You Down
2.7 Where Will You Go When the Party's Over
2.8 Everybody Have a Good Time
2.9 Glad You Could Make It (12" Disco Version)
2.10 It's Hard Not to Like You
2.11 I've Been Missing You
2.12 On the Radio
2.13 Old People
2.14 Strategy
2.15 Show Me How to Dance
2.16 We Got 'Um Dancin' (12" Disco Version)

Archie Bell & the Drells: Let's Groove: Archie Bell & The Drells Story 50th

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