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About Teddy Pendergrass

If you are in the mood for romance, just lay a Teddy Pendergrass platter on the turntable and stand back while the lights dim, the champagne uncorks and the couch unfolds. Pendergrass' silky Philly Soul vocal style helped land a multitude of 1970s hits, such as "If You Don't Know Me By Now," for Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes before he took off for a successful solo career in 1978. He rode the top of the charts until a car accident left him wheelchair-bound in 1982. Undaunted, he quickly rebounded, and while he wasn't as big on the pop scene, he remains a giant in the world of R&B. His songs were used to capture the elusive nature of love in Alan Rudolph's 1984 cult film Choose Me.

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Listen toTeddy Pendergrasson Napster

If you are in the mood for romance, just lay a Teddy Pendergrass platter on the turntable and stand back while the lights dim, the champagne uncorks and the couch unfolds. Pendergrass' silky Philly Soul vocal style helped land a multitude of 1970s hits, such as "If You Don't Know Me By Now," for Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes before he took off for a successful solo career in 1978. He rode the top of the charts until a car accident left him wheelchair-bound in 1982. Undaunted, he quickly rebounded, and while he wasn't as big on the pop scene, he remains a giant in the world of R&B. His songs were used to capture the elusive nature of love in Alan Rudolph's 1984 cult film Choose Me.

About Teddy Pendergrass

If you are in the mood for romance, just lay a Teddy Pendergrass platter on the turntable and stand back while the lights dim, the champagne uncorks and the couch unfolds. Pendergrass' silky Philly Soul vocal style helped land a multitude of 1970s hits, such as "If You Don't Know Me By Now," for Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes before he took off for a successful solo career in 1978. He rode the top of the charts until a car accident left him wheelchair-bound in 1982. Undaunted, he quickly rebounded, and while he wasn't as big on the pop scene, he remains a giant in the world of R&B. His songs were used to capture the elusive nature of love in Alan Rudolph's 1984 cult film Choose Me.

About Teddy Pendergrass

If you are in the mood for romance, just lay a Teddy Pendergrass platter on the turntable and stand back while the lights dim, the champagne uncorks and the couch unfolds. Pendergrass' silky Philly Soul vocal style helped land a multitude of 1970s hits, such as "If You Don't Know Me By Now," for Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes before he took off for a successful solo career in 1978. He rode the top of the charts until a car accident left him wheelchair-bound in 1982. Undaunted, he quickly rebounded, and while he wasn't as big on the pop scene, he remains a giant in the world of R&B. His songs were used to capture the elusive nature of love in Alan Rudolph's 1984 cult film Choose Me.