The Delfonics - Songs

ABOUT

The Delfonics were a highly acclaimed and veteran R&B/smooth soul vocal group from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania specializing in sweet romantic ballads that became famous during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Their best known songs include "La - La - Means I Love You" (1968), "Break Your Promise" (1968), and the Grammy-winning "Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)" (1970).

Formed in 1965 as The Four Gents, the classic hitmaking lineup consisted of Randy Cain (May 2, 1945 - April 9, 2009, b. Herbert Randal Cain III) and brothers Wilbert (b. 1947) and William "Poogie" Hart (January 17, 1945 - July 14, 2022), with a number of personnel changes over the years through the band's split in 2022. William Hart, who served as the group's lead singer, co-wrote most of The Delfonics' long string of hits with famed producer and arranger, Thom Bell.

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The Delfonics

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