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The Whispers – 1974 – Bingo

The Whispers – 1974 – Bingo

Funk Soul Disco Jazz
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Rip, posting & additional info's by Nikos The Whispers engaged in a vintage Philly Soul style on this record. They were catering to Soul fans who favored the smooth, urban Soul also released by the likes of The O'Jays, The Spinners and Blue Magic. The Whispers' forte is ultra-smooth harmony vocals. You find plenty of that on Bingo. While the group has always revealed their greatest strengths in the ballads, they spiced this dish, pardon, disc, with peppy up-tempo tracks which already display much of the danceability and the arrangements of Disco music, Philly-style, which was already going strong in '74. They are pleasant and breezy (Broken Home; Where There Is Love), if a bit harmless. Here and there, the tunes are reminiscent of Burt Bacharach's style of writing. The ballads (e.g. God Gave Me Everything) have that slightly jazzy gloss that is so typical for Whispers' best stuff. The …
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The album code is : ODI2160593

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