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William “Poogie” Hart

Poogie, along with his brother Wilbert and friend Randy Cain, formed The Delfonics in 1965. They were one of the premiere groups of the “Philadelphia sound." Known for their doo-wop inspires, airtight harmonies, their popularity landed them a contract with Cameo-Parkway. Philly Groove, founded by Thom Bell, later signed the group and together with producer Bell, their sound morphed into sultry, soulful hits like "La La Means I Love You" in 1968. Successes include “Didn’t I Blow Your Mind” and “Ready or Not, Here I Come (Can’t Hide From Love)”.