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Kenneth Gamble (born August 11, 1943) and Leon A. Huff (born April 8, 1942) are an American songwriting and production team credited for developing the Philadelphia soul music genre (also known as Philly sound) of the 1970s.

They are known for such songs as "The Love I Lost", "Back Stabbers", "Love Is the Message", "Now That We Found Love", "For the Love of Money".

Singles produced

Title Artist
"Expressway to Your Heart" The Soul Survivors
"Cowboys to Girls" The Intruders
"I Can't Stop Dancing" Archie Bell & the Drells
"Only the Strong Survive" Jerry Butler
"I'm Gonna Make You Love Me" Dee Dee Warwick
(later covered by Diana Ross & the Supremes and The Temptations)
"One Night Affair" Jerry Butler
"(We'll Be) United" The Intruders
"A Brand New Me" Dusty Springfield
"Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You" Wilson Pickett
"Silly, Silly Fool" Dusty Springfield
"Slow Motion" Johnny Williams
"Me and Mrs. Jones" Billy Paul
"Regina" Bunny Sigler
"The Bells" Laura Nyro and Labelle
"Drowning in the Sea of Love" Joe Simon
"If You Don't Know Me by Now" Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes / Simply Red
"992 Arguments" The O'Jays
"You're the Reason Why" The Ebonys
"I Miss You" Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes
"When the World's at Peace" The O'Jays
"That's How Long I'll Be Loving You" Bunny Sigler
"Back Stabbers" The O'Jays
"Love Train" The O'Jays
(later covered by Bunny Sigler)
"The Love I Lost" Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes
"Now That We Found Love" The O'Jays
"Yesterday I Had the Blues" Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes
"I'll Always Love My Mama" The Intruders
"For the Love of Money" The O'Jays
"Bad Luck" Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes
"Don't Call Me Brother" The O'Jays
"Zach's Fanfare (I Hear Music)" MFSB
"Love Is the Message" MFSB
"Am I Black Enough for You" Billy Paul
"Sunshine" The O'Jays
"When Will I See You Again" The Three Degrees
"Livin' For the Weekend" The O'Jays
"Wake Up Everybody" Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes
"Enjoy Yourself" The Jacksons
"I Could Dance All Night" Archie Bell & the Drells
"I Love Music" The O'Jays
"Love Epidemic" The Trammps
"Stairway to Heaven" The O'Jays
"Show You the Way to Go" The Jacksons
"Do It Any Way You Wanna" People's Choice
"My One and Only Love" MFSB
"Rich Get Richer" The O'Jays
"Hope That We Can Be Together Soon" Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes
"Ooh Child" Dee Dee Sharp

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