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New 45 - Phillip Ballou - We'll be together - Super Disco Edits 45 - Out now

New 45 - Phillip Ballou - We'll be together - Super Disco Edits 45 - Out now magazine cover

Not only a New Year underway but Super Disco Edits have yet another top quality new 45 out now...

Phillip Ballou 'We'll be together / I need you' Super Disco Edits 45 

Another previously unreleased side making its vinyl debut. Listen below and you may hear just why there is a fuss about this one.

PHILLIP BALLOU Pittsburgh-born Phillip Ballou’s earliest years were spent in the gospel field; after he moved to New York City in the ‘70s, he teamed up with Bennie Diggs and Arthur Freeman, founding members of The New York Community Choir and singer Arnold McCuller to form the group Revelation. The quartet recorded for RSO Records, scoring some R&B success in the US with tracks like “Get Ready For This” and “You To Me Are Everything,” touring the Bee Gees among others. Phillip also sang on albums by NYCC recorded for RCA Records and continued with Revelation until 1982. Frequently hired for sessions in and around New York, Phillip teamed up with UK soul music journalist David Nathan (who he’d met in 1974 during Nathan’s first US visit) and John Simmons, formerly a member of The Reflections, another New York vocal group to write a series of songs for his own proposed solo record deal. Although a contract did not materialize, one of the songs – “Ain’t Nothing Like The Love” – got some interest from famed Philadelphia producer Thom Bell who presented it to The O’Jays. Ultimately, the tune was turned down by Kenny Gamble and John Simmons, by then musical director for Stephanie Mills, recorded his own version for a small independent label in 1981.

About Super Disco Edits 

'At first glance you may think Super Disco Edits is just another cut and paste record label, churning out disco fodder. But let me stop you there.
We morphed oursleves into our first true love. Sourcing long and forgetten Soul & Jazz artist so we could document their hopes and dreams once again on glorious vinyl.
From established artist like Leroy Hutson and Mike and Dennis Coffey to newly disovered acts like Between the two.  Our aim is to dig deep into old studio archives and dusty lofts and basements of past record label owners to see if we can revive the magic that may lie in old studio reels they may have.'




More info, background, purchase options and such can be had via Super Disco Edits page on the Big Cartel site



Members and guests can take advantage of the features/benefits of our very own Source Store here, offering affordable quality brand new soul 45s and cds via a v quick turnaround system, our current line up includes both of the most recent Super Disco Edit 45s, links follow below...




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