Now out-of-print. Available while supplies last. The South Side Movement scored several Disco hits in the early 1970s. Formed from the remnants of the R&B group Symtec & Wylie, South Side Movement was signed to Wand Records. In 1973, they hit the R&B charts with "I've Been Watching You" and "Can You Get To That". The band called it quits in 1975, leaving behind a terrific repertoire of demandable favorites.
1.I've Been Watching You
2.Love Turned Me Loose
3.La Dee Da
4.Have A Little Mercy
5.Can You Get To That
6.You're Going To Lose My Love
7.Come On And Love Me
Southside Movement: Melvin Moore (vocals); Bobby Pointer (guitar); Steve Hawkins (trumpet); Morris Beeks (keyboards); Ronald Simmons (bass); Willie Hayes (drums).
Recorded between 1973 & 1975.
The Very Best of Southside Movement: I've Been Watching You is a ten-track overview of the disco band's career, containing the entirety of their original debut album, which featured the hit singles "I've Been Watching You" and "Can You Get to That." The group didn't have much beyond those two singles, and even those will be of interest primarily to disco specialists, but for those who like the hits, there are a couple of enjoyable, similar-sounding songs on the album. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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