Post Number: 122
Posted From: 188.8.131.52
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Hot Tamalas-out of sight on Diamond records 210
Johnny Griffith-plane of illusion-Geneva 501
Chi-lites-the only one for me on Inphasion records 7208
was the inphasion label a 70's label?
appreciate any info at all
Post Number: 95
Posted From: 184.108.40.206
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I also have a only one Inphasion records single by the Chi-Lites ("Higher" b/w "Stay A Little Longer", number SPBO7956, edited in 1979), produced by Pardo Jones.
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Post Number: 123
Posted From: 220.127.116.11
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I thought it was a 70's label.
Post Number: 194
Posted From: 18.104.22.168
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Mel, was that The Hot Tamales on Diamond? I've seen the record by them on Diamond. An earlier thread on The Hot Tamales revealed that they were an East Coast group from Baltimore, whose record, "Love's Inventions" on Detroit Records, located in Boston. Diamond was a NY label, so I tend to think that it is probably the same group (although I've never heard their Diamond cut. "Love's Inventions was a quite soulful mid tempo with an instrumental dominated by horns. It was very good, to my ears. I'd be interested in hearing the Diamond cut. Of course, I've also heard one or two '60s records by an instrumental group with that same name, -so there is a chance that the Diamond cut is an instrumental. But, I'd guess that it is the male soul vocal group.