Double exposure group
Double Exposure is an American, Philadelphia-based disco and soul group. They are best known for their hit, "Ten Percent". History · Discography. For double/multiple exposure shots, accidental or intentional. (no Photoshop, no phone apps) Double Exposure group is meant to be for film double/multiple. My Love Is Free - Double Exposure Double Exposure - My Love Is Free (Tom Moulton 12" Mix. Charlie became a machinist but later went to medical school and became double exposure group P. One night hill auf deutsch blazing gun battle almost erupted but miraculously the club owner came to his senses. Neither built on nor continued the strengths evident in the debut, but Locker Room 's "I Got the Hots for Ya" became another club favorite. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Double Exposure could have continued recording if they had been willing to try and work things out with their manager but he had stolen too much money and could never be trusted. Please help online wuerfel Film Double Exposure. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. American dance music groups Musical groups from Pennsylvania Salsoul Records artists Musical groups from Philadelphia United States musical group stubs. Friends and family recently created a GoFundMe page to help pay for anticipated funeral expenses, and sadly this morning he succumbed. Along with Ten Percent and My Love Is Free, Every Man has to carry his own weight was another big dance hit. By the end of , the group was no more; in , Charly issued The Best of Double Exposure , which ties up Double Exposure 's brightest moments. Double Exposure Origin Philadelphia , United States Genres Disco , funk , soul Years active —present Labels Salsoul Members Leonard "Butch" Davis Chuck Whittington Joe Harris Double Exposure is an American, Philadelphia -based disco and soul group. Streams Videos All Posts. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Charlie became a machinist but later went to medical school and became a P. They were originally known as the United Image and released two singles, "Love's Creeping Up on Me" on Stax Records in and "The African Bump" on Branding Iron Records in The Trammps lead singer Jimmy Ellis had left and they needed a second tenor. Upon recommendation of some DJ's United Image was introduced to recording executive Lebaron Taylor who signed them to Stax Records.