Top Delfonics Albums
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Adrian Younge Presents: The Delfonics
Adrian Younge Presents: The Delfonics
[2018]
Tell Me This Is a Dream (Expanded Version)
Tell Me This Is a Dream (Expanded Version)
[2015]
The Essential Delfonics
The Essential Delfonics
[2015]
The Way Things Were
The Way Things Were
[2014]
Soul Masters
Soul Masters
[2014]
This Time
This Time
[2013]
Soul Legends: The Delfonics
Soul Legends: The Delfonics
[2013]
Hey There Lonely Girl
Hey There Lonely Girl
[2013]
Experience the Delfonics (Live)
Experience the Delfonics (Live)
[2012]
Delfonics
Delfonics
[2012]
Didn't I Blow Your Mind This Time
Didn't I Blow Your Mind This Time
[2011]
The Delfonics: Legends
The Delfonics: Legends
[2010]
The Urban Soul Series - The Delfonics
The Urban Soul Series - The Delfonics
[2010]
Delfonics Live On Tour
Delfonics Live On Tour
[2009]
Delfonics Today All Platinium
Delfonics Today All Platinium
[2006]
Choice Soul Cuts: Delfonics (Re-Recorded Version)
Choice Soul Cuts: Delfonics (Re-Recorded Version)
[2005]
Love Songs: The Delfonics
Love Songs: The Delfonics
[2005]
Forever New
Forever New
[1999]
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Related Information for Delfonics
The Delfonics were the quintessential Philadelphia soul singing group, most popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s.Brothers William and Wilbert Hart formed the group with Richard Daniels, and Randy (Rudy) Cain in high school in the early 1960s. Richard Daniels one of the founding members would be drafted just before the groups first major success.Soon, they became known throughout the Philadelphia area, signing with Cameo Records. At Cameo, Stan Watson introduced them to the man who made them famous, producer Thom Bell, then working with Chubby Checker. Bell dreamed of creating a Philadelphia version of Motown and struck gold with the Delfonics, whose first album, released on Watson's own Philly Groove record label, f... read more