Teddy Pendergrass/Life Is a Song Worth Singing [Diablo]

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In 2004, Diablo released Teddy Pendergrass/Life Is a Song Worth Singing, which contained two complete albums -- Teddy Pendergrass 1977, originally released on Philadelphia International and Life Is a Song Worth Singing 1978, Philadelphia International -- by Teddy Pendergrass on one compact disc. The two albums are Pendergrass' first solo ventures and are chock-full of excellent songs amid very little, if any, filler. At this early point in his solo career, Pendergrass was still setting the dancefloors aflame with steppers anthems like "You Can't Hide from Yourself," "I Don't Love You Anymore," "Only You," and "Get Up, Get Down, Get Funky, Get Loose." At the same time, however, Pendergrass had already mastered the ...
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In 2004, Diablo released Teddy Pendergrass/Life Is a Song Worth Singing, which contained two complete albums -- Teddy Pendergrass 1977, originally released on Philadelphia International and Life Is a Song Worth Singing 1978, Philadelphia International -- by Teddy Pendergrass on one compact disc. The two albums are Pendergrass' first solo ventures and are chock-full of excellent songs amid very little, if any, filler. At this early point in his solo career, Pendergrass was still setting the dancefloors aflame with steppers anthems like "You Can't Hide from Yourself," "I Don't Love You Anymore," "Only You," and "Get Up, Get Down, Get Funky, Get Loose." At the same time, however, Pendergrass had already mastered the quiet storm-style of balladry that would ultimately become his legacy: "Somebody Told Me," "The Whole Town's Laughing at Me," "Cold, Cold World," and "Close the Door" being the standout ballads here. Compiling two excellent, rock-solid albums back to back, Teddy Pendergrass/Life Is a Song Worth Singing
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/25/2006
  • Label: Diablo Records Uk
  • UPC: 740155440121
  • Catalog Number: 401

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Teddy Pendergrass Primary Artist
Dexter Wansel Keyboards
Victor Carstarphen Keyboards
Karl Chambers Drums
Roland Chambers Guitar
Dennis Harris Guitar
Ron Kersey Keyboards
Charlie Collins Drums
Keith Benson Drums
James Williams Bass
Michael "Sugar Bear" Foreman Bass
Technical Credits
Dexter Wansel Arranger
Thom Bell Arranger
Victor Carstarphen Producer
Jack Faith Arranger, Producer
Jim Gallagher Engineer
Kenny Gamble Producer, Liner Notes
Leon Huff Producer
Jay Mark Engineer
Gene McFadden Producer
Arthur Stoppe Engineer
Joe Tarsia Engineer
Peter Rynston Mastering
Tony Rounce Liner Notes
John L. Usry Jr. Arranger
Jerry Block Engineer
Sherman Marshall Producer
Bobby Martin Arranger
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