The South Side Movement

ABOUT

The South Side Movement was an early 1970s soul/funk octet from Chicago that began as a backing band for the soul duo, Simtec & Wylie. They are best known for "I' Been Watchin' You" (1973), a breakbeat classic that has been sampled by many hip-hop artists.


Best known songs (with years) include:

  • I've Been Watching You (1973)

Pop charts debut year: 1973

Years active: ca. early 1970s

Genres: R&B, soul, funk

Labels: Wand, 20th Century

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