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The Quadraphonics - Betcha If You Check It Out download mp3 album
Performer:
The Quadraphonics
Album:
Betcha If You Check It Out
Style:
Soul
Released:
1974
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1308 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1971 mb
WMA vers. size:
1171 mb
Other formats
ASF MP1 WMA AU FLAC MPC VOC
Rating:
4.9 ★
Votes:
964

World's End Rhapsody Lyrics: Betcha if you can check it out baby, You will know why, That i love yo. World’s End Rhapsody" Track Info. Release Date November 11, 2005. Betcha If You Check It Out by Quadraphonics.

The Quadraphonics - Betcha If You Check It OutJ Scar. Original Title: Betcha If You Can Check It Out Arranger: Nujabes Album: Modal Soul Original Composer: The Quadraphonics Image:. Nujabes - Worlds End RhapsodyDaniel Aguirre.

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A Betcha If You Check It Out (Stereo) 3:45 B Betcha If You Check It Out (Mono) 3:45.

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The Quadraphonics - Betcha If You Check It Out (Slayd5000). Prove my love to you - the quadraphonics. by The Quadraphonics. Oct 16, 2018, 4:44 AM. Upvote. miquiabas and strahd71 upvoted this request.

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Tracklist

Betcha If You Check It Out 3:45
Prove My Love To You 3:19

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
INN 7826 The Quadraphonics Betcha If You Check It Out ‎(7") Innovation II Records INN 7826 US 1974
WB 7826 The Quadraphonics Betcha If You Check It Out / Prove My Love To You ‎(7", Single) Warner Bros. Records WB 7826 US 1974
WB 7826 The Quadraphonics Betcha If You Check It Out ‎(7", Mono, Promo) Innovation II Records WB 7826 US 1974
WB 7826 The Quadraphonics Betcha If You Check It Out ‎(7", Promo) Warner Bros. Records WB 7826 US 1974
CS.2054 The Quadraphonics Betcha If You Check It Out ‎(7", Single) Contempo CS.2054 UK 1974
INS 8019 The Quadraphonics Betcha If You Check It Out ‎(7", Single) Innovation II Records INS 8019 US 1974
INN 7826 The Quadraphonics Betcha If You Check It Out ‎(7", Single, Promo) Innovation II Records INN 7826 US 1974
CS.2054 The Quadraphonics Betcha If You Check It Out ‎(7", Single, Pus) Contempo CS.2054 UK 1974
WB 7826 The Quadraphonics Betcha If You Check It Out ‎(7", Styrene) Innovation II Records WB 7826 US 1974


  • Tetaian
Just posting an update to the info contained in this review that I originally composed and posted on Amazon.com about The Quadraphonics only major chart single from 1974....Group member and Bass singer Derrick McIntyre posted a comment on my review stating that the group actually consisted of only two brothers - Kenny Lee and Myron Lee - along with himself and co-lead singers Michael Wesley(now deceased)and Billy Brooks. All members were natives of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and the surviving members still reside there, except for Derrick, who now lives in California. I haven't heard the UK pressed version of the single but I believe it is a copy of the original U.S. single I have on the Innovation II label distributed by Warner Brothers Records.The B - Side track "Prove My Love" was written by Derrick with Kenny helping out(See my original review from 2012 with comments still posted on Amazon.com under my nom-de-plume there... "Mark Twain"....).
  • Rleyistr
There was an earlier release of this song as it was originally titled - "Bet You If You Ask Around" - by a different group - called Velvet. Their version did not chart significantly in 1973 nor did the other releases they are credited with. So The Quadraphonics release was an attempt to still capitalize on the song composition, if possible, through a slight rewrite and an improved production. The earlier release does have a somewhat different arrangement.
  • happy light
This 1974 R&B single was recorded by a family-based group of singers out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin that originally started out as The Convoys. After a name change to The Quadraphonics, they issued this 45 as a promotional single on Warner Brothers records; then it was distributed nationally by WB on the Innovation II label until the WB distribution deal ended in early 1975. The members were relatively unknown until recent years and there were numerous acts that used the name The Quadraphonics. This group consisted of (co-lead singers of the group) - Michael Wesley and Billy Brooks, and brothers Kenny Lee (singer/songwriter) and Myron Lee - plus fifth member Derrick McIntyre (bass) who was also credited as co-writer of the B-side song. The A-side got substantial airplay when the single was initially released but the act did not receive steady promotion by the parent label so the record only had regional success in areas where uptempo R&B music flourished. It nevertheless became a classic dance club track and became more popular on the British Northern Soul scene than it was in the U.S.
  • Brajind
Hi, your comment intrigued me, I thought I'd better "Check It Out". So, stop watch in hand and timing the breaks at 1:28 and 3:00 I can say that this UK version (I own both) is identical to The Quadraphonics - Betcha If You Check It Out. I can't say anything about the others though, we're up to 5 versions already!
  • Bukelv
Different mix to the Innovation II and WB release