LP version. This Time Will Be Different - The Sweet Soul Of Philadelphia: 1968-1982 is the first part in Interstate Records' regional soul series. This Time Will Be Different documents the emerging Philly soul sound, as influenced by Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff, but with a focus on more obscure artists and releases. Features writing, arrangement, and production by Jerry Ross, Norman Harris, Thom Bell and Linda Creed, and Bobby Martin, with appearances by Bunny Sigler, Billy Hill (The Essex), and more. Features: The Invitations, Lou Curtin, Festivals, Choice Of Colors, Broadway Express, The Futures, Phyllis Smith, The Courtships, Paradise, J. Kelly & The Premiers, The Geminiles, The Mello Moods, The Epsilons, The Blue Notes, and The Elegant's.
Take Your Time - the Festivals
Betcha Didn't Know - Choice of Colors
It's Ok with Me - Broadway Express
Breaking Up - the Futures
We Belong Together - Paradise
I Need Somebody to Love - Phyllis Smith
Love Ain't Love (Till You Give It to Somebody) - the Courtships
Let's Love (And Find Together) - the Invitations
She Calls Me Baby - J. Kelly & Premiers
The Echo - Epsilons
Thinking About My Baby - the Geminiles
This Time Will Be Different - the Blue Notes
Tell Love Hello - the Mello Moods
When You've Gone Away - the Elegants
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.