• black ivory Anthology (double CD, £17.50)

    Black Ivory was the pride of Harlem - and New York’s answer to the Philly-Fine Delfonics - but with in­finitely more teen sex appeal. This silky-smooth 70s harmony trio featured the fabulous falsetto lead of Leroy Burgess (nephew of Philly soul legend, Thom Bell) and charted four top-40 R&B singles and two top-30 LPs under the guiding hand of their manager and TODAY records’ driving force, Patrick Adams. Songs like, “You and I”, “Time is Love” and “Don’t Turn Around” (which they performed live on Soul Train) are acknowledged Sweet Soul classics. And as the decade progressed and tastes changed, they successfully conquered the disco dancefloors with fave-raves like, “Mainline” and “Walking Downtown (Saturday Night) for BUDDAH records – which were liberally sampled by the Hip-Hop generation – a true testament to the staying power of their incessantly soulful sound. DISC 1: 01 Don't Turn Around 02 Surrender 03 I'll Find A Way 04 I Keep Asking You Questions 05 She Said That She's Leaving 06 If I Could Be A Mirror 07 You and I 08 Our Future 09 Find The One Who Loves You 10 Got To Be There 11 Baby, Won't You Change Your Mind 12 Just Leave Me Some 13 Time Is Love 14 Spinning Around 15 (It's) Time to Say Goodbye 16 No Ifs, Ands or Buts 17 Wishful Thinking 18 We Made It 19 No One Else 20 What Goes Around / DISC 2 01 Will We Ever Come Together 02 Daily News [Vocal] 03 Feel It 04 Love, Won't You Stay 05 You're What's Been Missing From My Life 06 White Wind 07 Walking Downtown (Saturday Night) 08 Longer Ride 09 Big Apple Rock 10 Mainline 11 You Turned My Whole World Around 12 You Are My Lover 13 You And I (1984) 14 Don’t Turn Around (1984) 15 I Got My Eye On You (Extended Version 12”)


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