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03.10.2019

I Found That I Was Wrong - Mel & Tim - The Best Of Mel & Tim (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Mel and Tim (cousins Mel Hardin Bamboo - Good Guys Only Win In The Movies / I Found That I Was Wrong – Bamboo - Feeling Bad / I've Got Puredee – Bamboo - Mail Call Time / Forget It, I've Got It – Lp's. Bamboo Bms - Good Guys Only Win In The Movies -
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Mel & Tim - Good Guys Only Win In The Movies at Discogs. Complete your Mel & Tim collection.
  3. Chicago soul duo Mel & Tim were cousins -- Mel Hardin and Tim McPherson-- who actually hailed from Holly Springs, MS, and made their way to Chicago via St. toscansnulimootecancontnukilsombwi.coinfo were discovered by Gene Chandler and signed to his Bamboo label in , when they scored a Top Ten pop and R&B single with the good-humored classic "Backfield in Motion." The follow-up, "Good Guys Only Win in the Movies.
  4. Mel and Tim were an American soul music duo active from to and best known for the hit record "Backfield in Motion" (). They are also well known for "Good Guys Only Win in the Movies" and "Starting All Over Again" ().
  5. Jul 15,  · Mel & TIm Backfield in Motion. Song Backfield In Motion (Live) Artist Mel & Tim; Licensed to YouTube by.
  6. Mel And Tim A: Starting All Over Again B: It Hurts To Want It So Bad: Stax Australia: 7" 0 Canada: Mel And Tim A: Backfield In Motion B: Do Right Baby: Bamboo Canada: BMB. 7" 2: Mel And Tim A: Good Guys Only Win In The Movies B: I Found That I Was Wrong: Bamboo Canada: BMB. 7" 2: $4: Mel And Tim A.
  7. Mel & Tim's debut album featured both of their smashes, "Backfield in Motion" and "Good Guys Only Win in the Movies." As full-length soul records of the era go, it's a bit above average, if only because the duo wrote a high percentage of their own material.
  8. Unfortunately, it does not include It Hurts To Want It So Bad which backed their best Stax hit, Starting All Over Again. Nor is it to be found on CD anywhere else. The track "Mel & Tim" from The Beat Goes Public (BGP) reprises the track Stax LP STS of the same title and there you get both sides of their last Stax charted entry/5(3).

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