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Top Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes Albums
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Soul Masters: Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes
Soul Masters: Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes
[2014]
Don't Give Me Up
Don't Give Me Up
[2013]
Soul Legends: Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes
Soul Legends: Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes
[2013]
Christmas with Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes
Christmas with Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes
[2011]
If You Don't Know Me By Now
If You Don't Know Me By Now
[2011]
The First Noel
The First Noel
[2011]
The Urban Soul Series - Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
The Urban Soul Series - Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
[2010]
Their Very Best - EP
Their Very Best - EP
[2009]
The Love I Lost
The Love I Lost
[2009]
Total Soul Classics: Wake Up Everybody
Total Soul Classics: Wake Up Everybody
[2008]
Christmas With Love
Christmas With Love
[2008]
Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes - Their Very Best
Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes - Their Very Best
[2008]
Greatest Christmas Songs
Greatest Christmas Songs
[2008]
A Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes Christmas
A Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes Christmas
[2005]
Choice Soul Cuts: Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes (Re-Recorded Versions)
Choice Soul Cuts: Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes (Re-Recorded Versions)
[2005]
The Essential Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
The Essential Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
[2004]
The Ultimate Blue Notes
The Ultimate Blue Notes
[2001]
Blue Notes and Ballads
Blue Notes and Ballads
[1998]
Wake Up Everybody
Wake Up Everybody
[1975]
Black and Blue
Black and Blue
[1973]
Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
[1972]
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Related Information for Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes were one of the finest soul groups of the '70s, based in Philadelphia, PA. Led by the great Harold Melvin, they formed as early as 1954, but struggled for many years until they finally broke through in 1972, much thanks to then-new lead singer Teddy Pendergrass, whose powerful, expressive baritone, alternating between singing and screaming, counts as one of the most distinctive voices in soul music. With the addition of Pendergrass, and the ornate, orchest.. read more