WEFOUNDA Lost Soul: A Collection Of Poems And Motivational Articles


While Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff orchestrated The Sound of Philadelphia with bands like Harold Melvin and The Bluenotes, Billy Paul, and MFSB on Philadelphia International Records, there was also some incredible soul music being made around the edges of the music scene here. The record label Sound Gems Records was one of those, and the label has just released an excellent compilation of Philly R&B and soul, Lost Soul Gems .

In the 70’s Soul Gems was primarily a 45 RPM label. The label worked with artists like William DeVaughn (“Be Thankful For What You’ve Got”), Billy “The Human Percolator” Harner, Spice (featuring Bunny Davis), and many others. Sound Gems was founded by songwriter and producer Frank Fioravanti, who worked on DeVaughn’s “Be Thankful” with MFSB’s John Davis. DeVaughn’s song reached #1 on Billboard’s R&B charts, and #4 on the Hot 100 charts in 1974, and remains to this day one of the great soul songs of all-time.

Below, sample of few of the songs from the collection. And check out the Sound Gems website for more information about the label and project here .

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Lost Soul is driven to ignore anything that might possibly distract him from his goal by the simplest means: he ignores it. He will do nothing except work to achieve his current goal; he may work to achieve things that will be helpful toward that goal, but only if he's sure they'll help. At the Storyteller's discretion, if a goal becomes impossible to achieve, the character may be able to change to another; if the character achieves his goal, he must promptly move on to the next.

Limit Break Condition: The character encounters serious stumbling blocks in pursuit of a goal, or is made to doubt its ability to be completed.

Partial Control: He may act on actions that are loosely connected to his goals but is utterly incapable of taking those actions which are completely unrelated to his goals.

While Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff orchestrated The Sound of Philadelphia with bands like Harold Melvin and The Bluenotes, Billy Paul, and MFSB on Philadelphia International Records, there was also some incredible soul music being made around the edges of the music scene here. The record label Sound Gems Records was one of those, and the label has just released an excellent compilation of Philly R&B and soul, Lost Soul Gems .

In the 70’s Soul Gems was primarily a 45 RPM label. The label worked with artists like William DeVaughn (“Be Thankful For What You’ve Got”), Billy “The Human Percolator” Harner, Spice (featuring Bunny Davis), and many others. Sound Gems was founded by songwriter and producer Frank Fioravanti, who worked on DeVaughn’s “Be Thankful” with MFSB’s John Davis. DeVaughn’s song reached #1 on Billboard’s R&B charts, and #4 on the Hot 100 charts in 1974, and remains to this day one of the great soul songs of all-time.

Below, sample of few of the songs from the collection. And check out the Sound Gems website for more information about the label and project here .

While Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff orchestrated The Sound of Philadelphia with bands like Harold Melvin and The Bluenotes, Billy Paul, and MFSB on Philadelphia International Records, there was also some incredible soul music being made around the edges of the music scene here. The record label Sound Gems Records was one of those, and the label has just released an excellent compilation of Philly R&B and soul, Lost Soul Gems .

In the 70’s Soul Gems was primarily a 45 RPM label. The label worked with artists like William DeVaughn (“Be Thankful For What You’ve Got”), Billy “The Human Percolator” Harner, Spice (featuring Bunny Davis), and many others. Sound Gems was founded by songwriter and producer Frank Fioravanti, who worked on DeVaughn’s “Be Thankful” with MFSB’s John Davis. DeVaughn’s song reached #1 on Billboard’s R&B charts, and #4 on the Hot 100 charts in 1974, and remains to this day one of the great soul songs of all-time.

Below, sample of few of the songs from the collection. And check out the Sound Gems website for more information about the label and project here .

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