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John Morales Teddy Pendergrass
The Voice (Remixed With Philly Love)

The Voice (Remixed With Philly Love)
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3x Vinyl LP Album Compilation Limited Edition



Release date

Jan 13, 2023

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M


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Teddy Pendergrass - The More I Get, The More I Want



Teddy Pendergrass - Only You



Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes - The Love I Lost



Teddy Pendergrass - Come Go With Me



Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes - Don't Leave Me This Way



Teddy Pendergrass - Now Is The Time To Do It



Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes - Satisfaction Guaranteed (Or Take Your Love Back)



Teddy Pendergrass - If You Know Like I Know



Teddy Pendergrass - You Can't Hide From Yourself



Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes - Is There A Place For Me



Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes - Where Are All My Friends



Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes - If You Don't Know Me By Now


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