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Information contained in the Top 100 Seventies Singles was excerpted from The Top Ten by Bob Gilbert and Gary Theroux (New York: Fireside, 1982), The New Rolling Stone Encyclopedia of Rock & Roll ed. by Patricia Romanowski, Holly George-Warren and Jon Pareles (New York: Fireside, 1995), and The Billboard Book of Number One Hits by Fred Bronson (New York: Billboard Publications, 1988). Rankings were compiled by Gary Theroux and Bob Gilbert through an analysis of national trade chart activity, major market radio air play, industry sales figures, and music licensing tally reports.

Due to a disagreement with Gamble & Huff over finances, several members of the group moved on to Salsoul Records , where they became known as The Salsoul Orchestra . Other members began performing as The Ritchie Family orchestra, and John Davis and the Monster Orchestra . Not to be outdone, Gamble & Huff replaced them with a new rhythm section consisting of Charles Collins on drums, Michel Foreman on bass guitar, and Dennis Harris on lead guitar. They also employed Dexter Wansel and others on MFSB's latter recordings for the label.

Because of an editing error, an obituary on Wednesday about Fayette Pinkney, an original member of the singing group the Three Degrees, misstated the year the movie “The French Connection,” in which the group appeared, was released. It was 1971 — not 1975, which is the year “French Connection II” was released.

The complete set includes 2 CDs containing 30 of the most hard to find one hit wonder songs, plus an exclusive full-color booklet filled with photos and information about the artists, their hits and more.

In 1982, Philadelphia International's biggest star, former Blue Notes singer Teddy Pendergrass , became paralyzed from the waist down in a car accident, and the future of the label came to be in doubt. That year, Philadelphia broke its ties with CBS and made a new deal with EMI . Although the hits had by now dried up, Gamble and Huff continued to write and produce for the label's artists.

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