Assembled Multitude ‎– The Assembled Multitude -1970- instrumental Rock, Pop (vinyl)


Assembled Multitude ‎– The Assembled Multitude -1970- instrumental  Rock, Pop (vinyl)

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was an instrumental ensemble, consisting entirely of studio musicians, which music producer Tom Sellers organized in PhiladelphiaPennsylvania in 1970. The "Multitude" released a self-titled album on the Atlantic Records label in 1970, which included interpreted versions of songs such as "Woodstock", "Ohio", "MacArthur Park", "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", and "Overture", from The Who's Tommy. The last of these was released as a single and reached No. 16 on the US Billboard Pop Singles chart.[1]

Sellers, who otherwise enjoyed only minor success as a music producer, died in a house fire in March 1988.

Many of the musicians in the ensemble were regulars at Sigma Sound Studios, where the album was recorded. Those musicians became, as MFSB, the backbone of Philadelphia soul, working with producers Gamble and Huff, and Thom Bell, and artists such as The O'JaysBilly PaulThe Stylistics, and Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes.

Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 8 some edge and corner wear / drill hole
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10 
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10) 
side # 1 - 10 / side # 2 - 10
BIN # 1

Label:Atlantic ‎– SD 8262
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album 


A1 Overture From "Tommy" (A Rock Opera) 2:30
A2 Woodstock 2:15
A3 Where The Woodbine Twineth 2:35
A4 Ohio 2:08
A5 Singalong Junk 1:47
A6 MacArthur Park 3:35
B1 The Princess And The Soldier 2:30
B2 Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa 2:32
B3 While My Guitar Gently Weeps 4:11
B4 Mr. Peppercorn 2:30
B5 I Want You (She's So Heavy) 4:24

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