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Pamoja - Oooh, Baby

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Fabulous Souls - Take Me

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King, Bobby & His Silver Fox Band - Fat Bag

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San Francisco TKO's - Herm 

Contributor: jamiebuckingham
Rating: 5.36
Votes: 28
Oct 29 2007 9:29PM by Ericka Schiche
People have said there are only two records by this group, but actually there are at least four 45s and one LP out there. "Herm" appears on two of the group's 45s. The group also had a Northern soul-style 45 called "Make Up Your Mind" with "Send My Baby Back" on the other side. No word on who the 12-year-old drummer featured on "Herm" was.

Sep 1 2005 4:08AM by Eric B.
This wicked track can be found on the Luv N' haight compilation "Bay Area Funk".

Mar 12 2003 10:26AM by jtoro74
Hard Punchin' Herman Henry...who is married to Dorothy Morrison from Brown Door and Buddah fame...wrote this track. It is also the only track he ever wrote. It was a bridge they used to play while switching up to the next song while performing live. Herman Henry started the band in '62 and they only last 7 or 8 years. They had multiple performers in the band and this one that recorded Herm stared a 12 year old drummer! The group was called The San Francisco Technical Knock Out's. Herman was a real boxer and that is how he got the title Hard Punchin'. Herman Henry went on to be a Program Director at KSOL radio. He now is writing a book on his wife's musical history and is a Director at a park in San Francisco.

Aug 1 2002 7:09PM by Tim Henderson
my copy is on Golden Soul, GS#7112A, out of Frisco, obviously. produced by George Benz, written by Herm Henry. flip is a ballad, "Oh Baby Baby." maybe someone out there knows what T.K.O. stands for....

Nov 4 2001 6:26PM by jamiebuckingham
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Big Ella - Too Hot To Hold

Soul Destroyers, The - Blow Your Top Pt1

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