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I'll Always Love My Mama

 
Forgotten Philly pioneers, the Intruders were fundamental to the development of the Philly International empire.  A quartet whose members were Robert Edwards, Eugene Daughtry, Sam Brown and Phil Terry, the group was one of the first acts to receive the Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff treatment.  The popularity of their singles "United," "Cowboys to Girls," "Together" and "When We Get Married" in the late 60s allowed Gamble and Huff to prove their commercial viability to CBS and helped lead to the creation of Philadelphia International.  Once Philly International exploded, Gamble and Huff did not forget their old friends, keeping Gamble Records active and handing them back-to-back top 10 records in "I'll Always Love My Mama" and "I Wanna Know Your Name."  They continued recording for Philly International- affiliated labels until the mid 70s.

Intruders' Deepest Grooves

Together (Gamble, 1967)

Cowboys to Girls (Gamble, 1968)

When We Get Married (Gamble, 1970)

Super Hits (Gamble, 1973)

Save the Children (Gamble, 1973)

Energy of Love (Gamble, 1974)

Philly Golden Classics (Collectables, 1994)
Massive 30 track overview of their career. 

Best Of (Legacy, 1995)
For the casual fan, the cream of the crop from their catalog.

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