The Stylistics

The Stylistics



The Stylistics are a Philadelphia soul group that achieved its greatest chart success in the 1970s. They formed in 1968, consisting of singers Russell Thompkins Jr., Herb Murrell, Airrion Love, James Smith, and James Dunn. All of their US hits were ballads characterized by the falsetto of Russell Thompkins Jr. and the production of Thom Bell. During the early 1970s, the group had twelve consecutive R&B top ten hits, including "Stop, Look, Listen", "You Are Everything", "Betcha by Golly, Wow", "People Make the World Go Round", "I'm Stone in Love with You", "Break Up to Make Up", and "You Make Me Feel Brand New".[1]



Stylistics-In Concert-
Stylistics-In Concert- is an album by musical group The Stylistics, released on August 23, 2017.
Stylistics-In Concert-
Stylistics-In Concert- is a song by musical group The Stylistics, released on August 23, 2017.
You Are Everything
"You Are Everything" is a soul song written by Thom Bell and Linda Creed that was originally recorded by the Philadelphia soul group The Stylistics.
You Make Me Feel Brand New
"You Make Me Feel Brand New" is a 1974 single by the Philadelphia soul group The Stylistics.

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Popular Songs13

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A Hall of Fame hitmaker finds happiness and harmony in Bellingham
  –  March 7, 2018
You won’t see photos of him with the groups he made into stars — the Delfonics, the Stylistics, the Spinners. Or the artists he worked with — Johnny Mathis, Dionne Warwick, Elton John and James Ingram, among many others. He gave all that memorabilia ...
BergenPAC On Sale Friday: Tommy James, '70s Soul, Victor Manuelle, Price Is Right
  –  March 5, 2018
They scored one of their biggest hits "Kiss and Say Goodbye" in 1976. For over 30 years, Russell Thompkins, Jr. was the original lead singer of the Stylistics. His falsetto gave the group hits like "You're A Big Girl Now," "Stop, Look, Listen," "Betcha By ...
The Browser: Pivot to Video
  –  March 2, 2018
That work, too, relied on popular music—Jafa used a Kanye West track, while Perry uses “You Are Everything” by the Stylistics—and appropriated material from digital sources. Both videos suggest that there’s a surplus of video material out there ...
Stylistics star to perform at '40 Years of Disco’ UK tour
  –  February 27, 2018
Replacing them on the tour will be world-renowned recording artist Eban Brown, the former lead singer of multi-platinum group The Stylistics, who will perform a selection of the band’s biggest hits. Eban is set to join six of the biggest and legendary ...
Opportunity knocks for Mishka
  –  February 26, 2018
A remake of his 1999 track Give You All the Love came out on Valentine’s Day; he partnered on the single with 1970s soul group The Stylistics. Now the Hawaii resident is working on his next album, a return to his acoustic beginnings. The singer ...
CD Reviews: Both sides of Justin Timberlake show on 'Man of The Woods'
  –  February 22, 2018
“Morning Light,” a beautiful duet with Alicia Keys, has a feel and depth that recalls The Stylistics or Melvin & The Blue Notes. This is the side I wish he’d spend more time investing in. Founded in 1977, Saxon is the epitome of old-school British ...
Southeast Michigan entertainment weekend, Feb. 23-25 and beyond
  –  February 21, 2018
The Legends of Motown: The Temptations, The Four Tops, The Stylistics July 14 at Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill, Sterling Heights, $20.50-$122. Eddie Money: May 25 at DTE Energy Music Theatre, Independence Twp., $10-$34.50. Dierks Bentley ...
In Her New Show, Artist Sondra Perry Gets in the Game
  –  February 21, 2018
And yet the footage, set to the Stylistics’ song “You Are Everything,” seems wistful as well—haunted by the fallout of colonialist plunder. At one point a robot-voiced narrator interjects, euphemistically recounting how various Aztec and Polynesian ...

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