THE DELFONICS - LA LA MEANS I LOVE YOU

THE DELFONICS

LA LA MEANS I LOVE YOU

The Delfonics were a trio consisting of brothers William Hart, Wilbert Hart, and Randy Cain and had lush, high-pitched, male vocal harmonies typical of the Philly Soul sound.
In 1997, songs from the Delfonics were heavily featured in the Quentin Tarantino movie Jackie Brown, thus gaining more popularity to a new, younger crowd.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • R&B soul trio, includes the US Billboard Top Ten and internationally hit "La-La-Means I Love You", "The Shadow Of Your Smile" and "Hurt So Bad"
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Catalog # : MOVLP1951Format : 1 LP, 180 gramReleasedate : 2018-03-02
Barcode : 8719262004566Sleeve : 3mmOriginal Release : 1968 

Side A

1. I'm Sorry
2. Break Your Promise
3. The Shadow Of Your Smile
4. Hurt So Bad
5. Losing You
6. Alfie

Side B

1. La-La-Means I Love You
2. You're Gone
3. The Look Of Love
4. Can You Remember
5. A Lover's Concerto

The Delfonics were a trio consisting of brothers William Hart, Wilbert Hart, and Randy Cain and had lush, high-pitched, male vocal harmonies typical of the Philly Soul sound.

The trio's debut album was produced by Thom Bell, who had begun working with Philadelphia musicians later known as MFSB. Bell was responsible for co-writing, co-producing (with Stan Watson) and arranging the number four US Billboard pop hit in 1968; "La-La-Means I Love You", "I'm Sorry" and "Break Your Promise". Also included are the two Burt Bacharach & Hal David classic songs "Alfie" and the "Look Of Love" plus the cover "Hurt So Bad" which surpasses the original version by Little Anthony & The Imperials.

The back cover has liner notes by Ted Williams, R&B Editor at Record World.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • R&B soul trio, includes the US Billboard Top Ten and internationally hit "La-La-Means I Love You" plus "The Shadow Of Your Smile" and "Hurt So Bad"