Independent American label: Source Records was a subsidiary of MCA, and was devoted to Soul and Disco records.  It was more prolific in the States than it was in Britain: over here it seems to have initially managed only five singles, which came out in 1979-80.  Numbering was in the SRC-100s, starting at SRC-100.  Lee Moore's, 'Reachin' Out For Your Love (SRC-100; 10/79) was popular on the dance floor but failed to crack the Charts.   Manufacture and distribution were by EMI.  A couple more singles appeared in 1985-85, with black labels and numbers in a SOURCE-0 series. Distributed By Mca Records. Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes were an American R&B/Soul vocal group, one of the most popular Philadelphia soul groups of the 1970s. The group's repertoire included soul, R&B, doo-wop, and disco. Founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the middle of the 1950s The group formerly known as The Charlemagnes took on the name "The Blue Notes" in 1954, with a lineup consisting of lead singer Franklin Peaker,Bernard Williams, Roosevelt Brodie, Jesse Gillis, Jr., and Harold Melvin, the group is most noted for several hits on Gamble and Huff's Philadelphia International label between 1972 and 1976, although they performed and recorded until Melvin's death in 1997. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

79 Moore Lee Reachin' Out SOURCE SRC 100
80 Brown Chuck & Soul Searchers Bustin' Loose SOURCE SRC 101
80 Melvin Harold & Blue Notes Prayin SOURCE SRC 102
80 Paige Sharon Tonight The Night SOURCE SRC 103
80 Melvin Harold & Blue Notes I Should Be Your Lover SOURCE SRC 104
85 Brown Chuck & Soul Searchers Bustin' Loose SOURCE SOURCE 1
86 Melvin Harold & Blue Notes Prayin SOURCE SOURCE 2

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