Apr 18, · Gamble and Huff then asked Pendergrass if he had an issue with Melvin remaining on Philadelphia International: “Hell yes, it’s either him or me,” Teddy replied. Melvin left and signed to ABC; Pendergrass’ self-titled debut album on Philadelphia International was released in .
Lyrics. Teddy Pendergrass The whole town's laughing at me Yeah, I had your love right here In the palm of my hands And I lost it and I lost it Had a love so new, one a man feel And I lost it and I lost it Maybe if I had spent more time with you Maybe then, maybe then you'd still be mine Oh and only if I had been just a little more kind to you There'd be no need, for this man to be cryin' The.
about. Teddy Pendergrass started singing gospel music in Philadelphia churches, becoming an ordained minister at ten years old. While attending public school, he sang in the citywide McIntyre Elementary School Choir and in the All-City Stetson Junior High S.
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Editors’ Notes After years of success as the lead singer for Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, in Teddy Pendergrass struck out on his own. He smartly re-signed with Philadelphia International Records and employed the winning production team of Gamble and Huff to maintain the quality of the Blue Notes recordings with their liberal use of horns, strings and backing vocals.
Teddy Pendergrass "The whole Town's Laughing at Me is a great CD to listen to. This CD remind me of his great performance. The quality of the CD is fantastic. I recommend that you add this CD to your collection of Teddy Pendergrass Greatest Hits/5(19).