I Miss You - Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes

I Miss You
'I Miss You' was Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes debut Philadelphia International album, released in 1972. The album features the lead vocals of Teddy Pendergrass and the classic Philly production of Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff. Featured are the hits I Miss You, Yesterday I Had The Blues and the ultimate Philly Soul ballad If You Don't Know Me By Now BBR introduce the first ever CD edition of this album to feature the original artwork and title. Liner notes include a detailed interview about the sessions with Bobby Eli. Features four bonus tracks including a live version of If You Don't Know Me By Now.

Press:-

"The group's first, breakthrough set for Philly International, released in 1972, featuring and making a star of Teddy Pendergrass. It's the set that gave the world If You Don't Know Me By Now, of course: one of the most instantly recognisable intros of all time backed up by one of Teddy's signature vocals. It was pure deep soul as a pop hit - now that hasn't happened too often". 5*

Chris Wells - Echoes (June 2012)


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Code: CDBBR0018
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I Miss You / Ebony Woman / Yesterday I Had The Blues / If You Don't Know Me By Now / Be For Real / Let Me Into Your World / Let It Be You

BONUS TRACKS- I Miss You (Part I) (Single Version) / Yesterday I Had The Blues (Single Version) / Be For Real (Single Version) / If You Don’t Know Me By Now (Live Version)

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