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Patti LaBelle and The Bluebelles - How Can You Throw My Love Away / When Joe Touches Me - Soul 4 Real Records - 45

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How Can You Throw My Love Away

When Joe Touches Me

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Patti LaBelle and The Bluebelles - How Can You Throw My Love Away / When Joe Touches Me - Soul 4 Real Records - 45

Patti LaBelle and The Bluebelles - How Can You Throw My Love Away / When Joe Touches Me - Soul 4 Real Records

Soul 4 Real Records

S4R17

Release Date: November 2021


Another  tremendous new addition to our Store line up from Soul 4 Real Records.

The background story from Eduardo Domingo can be read below

Each record will arrive in a glossy picture sleeve, complete with a poly cover and inner white sleeve. 

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Can listen to both tracks above or below


Patti LaBelle and The Bluebelles - How Can You Throw My Love Away / When Joe Touches Me -  Soul 4 Real Records Background Story

The Patti LaBelle and The Bluebelles period in Atlantic wasn't a success story. According to Jerry Wexler, neither the material nor the promotion was right for Patti, Nona and Sarah, pigeon-holed into some sort of Supremes role which did them no good, especially after Cindy Birdsong, the fourth Bluebelle, left the group to replace Florence Ballard.

However, their later recordings for Atlantic didn't lack quality. Some fine examples are the unreleased tracks featured on this record, two fabulous slabs of crossover soul produced by Don Davis and (presumably) Curtis Mayfield.

"How Can You Throw My Love Away" was also recorded by Carla Thomas on her "Memphis Queen" LP, although this unissued take has Detroit stamped all over it, a perfect example of 1968 Motorcity sound. The bizarrely named flip, though, has all the warmth and sophistication of a Chicago production. Recorded in 1969 at the same session as their Curtis Mayfield-produced 45 "Trustin´ In You / Suffer", it's pretty safe to think that he was also involved, as it was even produced at Chi-Sound Inc.

𝗘𝗗𝗨𝗔𝗥𝗗𝗢 𝗗𝗢𝗠𝗜𝗡𝗚𝗢

 

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In stock and available for same working day shipping (see shipping information below)

Condition: Brand new

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  • Size
    20.5 cm × 20 cm × 1 cm
  • Weight
    0.13 kg

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