The Nu'rons

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The Nu-Rons, hailing from Salem, New Jersey released several 45's including the rare northern soul classics "All My Life", "I'm A Loner", and "Disco Hustle". The Nu-Rons are said to be one of the best groups out of the Philly/Jersey soul music scene at the time. The Nu-Rons recordings are very rare and obscure released from Stage Art label in the mid 70's. "All My Life" is one of the most sought after 45 singles to date. Was Ebay's Top 5 most expensive 45 in 2009 next to Led Zeppelin and the Beatles.

The Nu'rons

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Rare 45 followup single from The Nu'rons produced by Philly's own Emandolynn Music in 1975 on Stage Art label with B Side Can't Do Enough Girl.

The Nu'rons

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Rare B Side to the 45 "All My Life" from the Nurons. The Nu-Rons, hailing from Salem, New Jersey released several 45's including the rare northern soul classics "All My Life", "I'm A Loner", and "Disco Hustle". The Nu-Rons are said to be one of the best groups out of the Philly/Jersey soul music scene at the time. The Nu-Rons recordings are very rare and obscure released from Stage Art label in the mid 70's. "All My Life" is one of the most sought after 45 singles to date. Was Ebay's Top 5 most expensive 45 in 2009 next to Led Zeppelin and the Beatles. 

The Nu'rons

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1971 Rare B Side 45 from The Nu'rons produced and arranged by Manny Campbell and Charles Bowen of Emandolynn Music on his Stage Art label. Recorded at The Sound Room in Upper Darby Pa. Only a limited pressing of 750 promo vinyl copies were produced.

The Rotations

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Rare 7 inch release from Clevelands Ohio's own The Rotations produced and written by Philly's own Charles Bowen (Soulville) and Manny Campbell (Emandolynn Music) in July of 1970 with arrangements from the great Bobby Martin (Philadelphia International).

The Rotations

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Rare 7 inch release from Clevelands Ohio's own The Rotations produced and written by Philly's own Charles Bowen (Soulville) and Manny Campbell (Emandolynn Music) in July of 1970 with arrangements from the great Bobby Martin (Philadelphia International).

The Rotations

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Rare 7 inch release from Clevelands Ohio's own The Rotations produced and written by Philly's own Charles Bowen (Soulville) and Manny Campbell (Emandolynn Music) in July of 1970 with arrangements from the great Bobby Martin (Philadelphia International).

The Rotations

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Rare 7 inch release from Clevelands Ohio's own The Rotations produced and written by Philly's own Charles Bowen (Soulville) and Manny Campbell (Emandolynn Music) in July of 1970 with arrangements from the great Bobby Martin (Philadelphia International).

Tearra

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Tearra's Just Loving You' is now regarded as one of the corner stone anthem's of the modern soul genre. Tearra was born Teeah Louise in Mobile Alabama. She joined Manny Campbell (who by now had relocated to Atlanta, Georgia) at his Emandolynn Music studio's in 1979. During 1980 Manny offered Teeah the chance to record a prospective new album entitled 'Great Love' releasing two lead 45 singles from the project on her. Firstly, under her real name of Teeah-Louise the disco influenced You Happened To Me/Got To Keep You Mine' (Coastal-1002) followed by Ooh Let This Feeling (Last A Long, Long Time) backed with the later in-demand Just Loving You' (Midtown 1001). With Midtown then being Coastal Records main distributor. This second release appeared under the artist name of Tearra, due to Teeah Louise by now not wishing to use her real name. Both the Coastal and Midtown releases were only ever pressed in 500 promotional copies runs with the 'Great Love' album project never being completed due to Teeah soon after marrying and leaving the recording business at her new husband's request.  

Teeah Louis

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Atlanta born soul singer Teeah-Louise B side to the disco influenced You Happened To Me (Coastal-1002) which was the first release. It was followed by Ooh Let This Feeling (Last A Long, Long Time) backed with the later in-demand Just Loving You' (Midtown 1001). With Midtown then being Coastal Records main distributor. This second release appeared under the artist name of Tearra, due to Teeah Louise by now not wishing to use her real name. Both the Coastal and Midtown releases were only ever pressed in 500 promotional copies runs with the 'Great Love' album project never being completed due to Teeah soon after marrying and leaving the recording business at her new husband's request.

Ebony Evans

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Hit remake single from R&B singer Ebony Evans debut album "Luv's Fire", taken from the original 70's modern soul 45 from Teeah Louise "Just Loving You" (Also went under the name initially Tearra). Both versions are written and produced by original Philly writer/producer Manny Campbell. Available at all major retail.

Alice Taylor

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Rare soul track written by Philadelphia's own Manny Campbell and Charles Bowen for Emandolynn Music/Stage-Art. Super rare 45 only 500 promo copies were made in 1968. Alice Taylor did not record any music professionally after this demo.

Alice Taylor

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Rare soul track written by Philadelphia's own Manny Campbell and Charles Bowen for Emandolynn Music/Stage-Art. Super rare 45 only 500 promo copies were made in 1968. Alice Taylor did not record any music professionally after this demo.

 

The New Establishment

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Rare soul from Philadelphia group The New Establishment (Philadelphia soul group) written by Manny Campbell and Charles Bowen for Emandolynn Music Co. in 1970. Originally recorded as demo for United Artist the group changed its name to The Randalls on Avalanche 45. Super rare.

 

The New Establishment

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Rare soul from Philadelphia group The New Establishment (Philadelphia soul group) written by Manny Campbell and Charles Bowen for Emandolynn Music Co. in 1970. Originally recorded as demo for United Artist the group changed its name to The Randalls on Avalanche 45. Super rare.

The Delights

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Chester Pennsylvania's own The Delights single ' Listen To Me Girl' was a previously unissued 1968 Philadelphia recording from the stable of veteran record producer Emanuel (Manny) Campbell. The Delights consisted of four male singers. With two of them being Manny Campbell's cousins, brothers Keith Toppie' (the eldest) and Ellis Hill, their cousin Jaime Hill plus a teenage friend of theirs. The lead singer was a girl called Peaches, all aged between 16 and 17 years old and all coming from Chester, PA. They had all previously been employed as individual backing singers on early recording sessions for the like's of the O'Jay's , Delfonic's and Stylistic's. With a family connection to Manny Campbell it was inevitable that they would feature on some of his production sessions, with the Nuron's All Of My Life/I'm A Loser' being one of them. Manny gathered them together to form a vocal group of their own under the group name of 'The Delights'. Under his tutelage they recorded the delightful crossover soul dance track Listen To Me Girl' during the months of July and August of 1968. Sadly their only completed recording being young and somewhat unruly they never completed the project's Manny had in mind for them. Listen To Me Girl' was composed by Manny and Charles J. Bowen a fellow Philadelphian, musician and composer, Charles's writing credits can be found on many of Manny's other productions. During the mid 1970's The Delights did go on to record two excellent 45's for the Phil-L.A Of Soul Label.

Nadine Brown

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Rare vintage soul/blues from Miami singer Nadine Brown recorded in 1983 on Coastal Records in Atlanta Georgia.

Tomorrows Wish

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Tomorrows Wish was a Atlanta, Georgia unisex group consisting of two females and one male lead, who recorded several R&B singles in the late 70's, but never released. A few years later, they went on and recorded a full gospel album under Glory Bound Records in the 80's. The group disbanded shortly after, and never recorded again. Lester Carr, lead singer, is now traveling with The Tams.

Tomorrows Wish

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Tomorrows Wish was a Atlanta, Georgia unisex group consisting of two females and one male lead, who recorded several R&B singles in the late 70's, but never released. A few years later, they went on and recorded a full gospel album under Glory Bound Records in the 80's. The group disbanded shortly after, and never recorded again. Lester Carr, lead singer, is now traveling with The Tams.

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