The Stylistics

The Stylistics

by The Stylistics


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The Stylistics

The brilliant album that got everything started. Heads turned, people snapped to attention (women especially), and the "sweet" soul fraternity was turned on its head when this five-member group featuring the sugary, sweeping falsetto of Russell Tompkins, Jr. hit the scene with such singles as "Betcha by Golly Wow," "People Make the World Go Round," and "Stop, Look and Listen to Your Heart." His delivery, shimmering style, and brilliant pacing and control temporarily rendered almost every other "sweet" soul vocalist and group speechless; pretty soon, the Delfonics, Blue Magic, Moments, and others would fight back, but in 1972, everyone was playing catchup to The Stylistics.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/31/1995
Label: Amherst Records
UPC: 0051617074823
catalogNumber: 20748
Rank: 6878

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Stylistics   Primary Artist
Thom Bell   Conductor
Rocco Bene   Trumpet
Roland Chambers   Guitar
Linda Creed   Background Vocals
Don Renaldo   Strings
Jack Faith   Flute,Alto Flute
Stephanie Fauber   French Horn
Mary Gale   Harp
Norman Harris   Guitar
Barbara Ingram   Background Vocals
Vince Montana   Percussion
Lenny Pakula   Organ,Piano
George Shaw   Flute,Alto Flute
Russell Thompkins   Vocals
Hershel Wise   Strings
Earl Young   Drums
Vincent Forchetti   Trombone
Romeo Distefano   Strings
Bob Moore   Trombone

Technical Credits

Thom Bell   Arranger,Producer
Bill Perry   Producer
Joe Tarsia   Engineer
A. Scott Galloway   Liner Notes
Barbara Rickard   Redesign
Marty Bryant   Producer

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The Stylistics 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you don't have this lp in your music collection, (including their next two lps), your library is "lacking" true soul.