The Delfonics are an American R&B/Soul vocal group from Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania. The Delfonics were most popular in the late–1960s and early–
Among the first purveyors of the smooth, orchestral sound that would come to
typify Philadelphia soul, the Delfonics established themselves as one of the ...
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Sweet ballad-oriented Philly soul trio, with…
Jul 26, 2013 ... The Delfonics was a part of the Philadelphia Soul sound of the 1970's.
Sep 27, 2013 ... "La-La (Means I Love You)" is a 1968 song originally performed by The Delfonics
. It was written by Thom Bell and William Hart and produced ...
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There used to be a time when R&B meant romance, when sweet soul singing
groups like the Delfonics ruled the charts with tender odes such as "La-La Means
The Delfonics. ... Jerry Butler/The Delfonics/Cecil Shaw (1974) ... (performer: "Tell
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