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The Southside Movement was an American soul and funk musical group from Chicago, Illinois. Comprised of vocalist Melvin Moore, guitarist Bobby Pointer, keyboardist Morris Beeks, bassist Ronald Simmons, drummer Willie Hayes, alto saxophonist Milton Johnson, trumpeter Stephen Hawkins, and trombonist Bill McFarland, the group began as the backing band for the soul duo Simtec & Wylie. Southside Movement issued their self-titled debut LP on the Wand record label in 1973; it included the Top 20 R&B hit "I've Been Watching You," which became a breakbeat classic.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- I've Been Watching You - (3:03) - 567 plays
- Funk Talk - (2:47) - 77 plays
- Save the World - (5:00) - 68 plays
- Fun Talk - (2:46) - 37 plays
- Southside Movement - (3:03) - 44 plays
- Ain't Gonna Watch You No Mo' - (3:31) - 40 plays
- Do It To Me - (3:21) - 28 plays
- Ain't It A Shame - (3:05) - 24 plays
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- Country Girl - (2:43) - 28 plays
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