The Profiles – If I Didn’t Love You

profiles 45

Released in 1968, this here is a choice 45, one that I play out whenever I can. It’s a hard, driving love number with irresistible doo-wop touches and the beginning alone thumps, sounding like something Prince Paul would’ve used. But it’s the vocals (and harmonies) that drive this, along with a lively arrangement anchored by sharp horn stabs. I picked this up a while back in Chicago but can only gather that its origin is Detroit due to the label. Though certainly not a rare record, it’s a favorite with seemingly no information available anywhere (hit us with any info!).

13 thoughts on “The Profiles – If I Didn’t Love You

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  2. I’ve been curious about the origins of this group for some time.I know of two other releases on “Bamboo” records. They sound just as good. But I can find no information on the Profiles”.

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    1. dude, if you have any info, pass it over. that’s all i’ve heard from them and it’s certainly a favorite!

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