The Delfonics, y’all. Philly soul at its finest (from the 45 collection of spoonfedcornbread).
“Trying to Make a Fool of Me” was the second single off the Delfonics’ wondrous self-titled LP. It debuted on Billboard’s R&B singles chart on June 13, 1970, and barely snuck into the Top 40.
If you can tell me a better use of the harp in a pop record... well, forget it, because you can’t.
And if William Hart’s soaring falsetto makes you want to hear more, I’ve got something nice coming up in a minute...
Dammit. Dee-double-dammit. I sure hope my calling attention to him didn’t lead to his downfall. I didn’t even know this was illegal. He was just an oldies deejay to me... playing cool records and getting people excited about music... bringing back sweet memories...
Shit. I don’t even have a way to contact him and find out what the deal is. We communicated through YouTube messages. Wow. I couldn’t wait to embed 45s like “I’m Doin’ Fine Now” and “Remember Me.”