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    Saturday, 10 March 2007

    Reviewer:"paulkristi" (Mount Prospect, Illinois  United States)
    I  am giving this C.D 5 stars because I really like the group. They had a ton of  talent however the odds were stacked against them. Just like The Peanut Butter  Conspiracy of the same time, they were warriors in the San Francisco Vs. L.A.  sound (both aforemetioned groups from L.A). Unfortunatly at that particular time  there was a flood of girl/guy folk rock harmony groups, just think, The Mojo  Men,The vejatables,The Great Society,WE 5, The Neighborhood Childr'en,The Stone  Poneys,Eternitys Childre ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 1911 | Added by: innocent76 | Date: 10 March 2007 | Rating: 5.0/1

    Saturday, 10 March 2007
    One of the most popular smooth soul groups of the early '70s didn't hail from Philadelphia or Memphis, the two cities known for sweet, string-laden soul. Instead, the Chi-Lites were from Chicago, a town better known for its gritty urban blues and driving RB. Led by vocalist Eugene Record, the Chi-Lites had a lush, creamy sound distinguished by their four-part harmonies and layered productions. During the early '70s, they racked up11 Top Ten RB singles, ranging from the romantic ballads "Have You Seen Her" and "Oh Girl" to protest songs like "(For God's Sake) Give More Power to the People" and "There Will Never Be Any Peace (Until God Is Seated at the Conference Table)." ... Read more »
    Category: Soul/Funk/Ethnic | Views: 2000 | Added by: ex-LiT-nikos1109 | Date: 10 March 2007 | Rating: 5.0/1


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