DescriptionHarold Melvin & the Bluenotes "The Love I Lost" RIAA White Mat Gold Record Sales Award (Philadelphia International ZS7 3553, 1973). According to the plaque beneath the gold disc, this award was presented to A&R legend Lennie Petze to "Commemorate the the Sale of More Than One Million Copies of the Philadelphia International Records Single Record 'The Love I Lost'". Framed with a white mat to an overall 13" x 17". In Fine condition, with some scratching to the frame. From the David Gest Memorabilia Archive.
"The Love I Lost (Parts 1 & 2)" is a Disco/Soul hit from Harold Melvin & the Bluenotes, though it was originally written as a ballad. The track was covered by R&B singer Sybil in 1993.
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