Archie Bell & The Drells

Archie Bell (born in Henderson, Texas on September 1, 1944) & the Drells were a Houston soul vocal group, one of the main acts on Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff's Philadelphia International Records. The band's hits include "Tighten Up" and "I Can't Stop Dancing" (both 1968), "The Soul City Walk" (1976), and "Everybody Have A Good Time" (1977). Bell, the brother of American footballer Ricky Bell (1955-1984), moved to Houston as a young boy and formed the group in 1966 with his friends James Wise, Willie Parnell and Billy Butler. Read more on Last.fm
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Show Me How to Dance
I Can't Get Enough of Your Love
How Can I
We've Got Something
Tighten Up at the Disco
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You're the Only One
We Got Dancin'
Hard Not to Like It
Glad You Could Make It
Disco Showdown
Disco Fever
On the Radio
It's Hard Not to Like You
There's No Other Like You
Real Good Feeling
I've Been Missing You
Where Will You Go When the Party's Over
Don't Let Love Get You Down
Where Will You Go When the Party's Over
Right Here Is Where I Want to Be
Dancin' Man
Everybody Have a Good Time
I Swear You're Beautiful
Nothing Comes Easy
I Bet I Can Do That Dance You're Doin'
Dance Your Troubles Away
I Could Dance All Night
I Won't Leave You Honey Never
Dance Your Trouble Away
The Soul City Walk
Lets Go Disco
I Love You
There's Gonna Be a Showdown
I Love My Baby
Houston, Texas
(There's Gonna Be a) Showdown
Giving Up Dancing
Girl You're Too Young
Mama Didn't Teach Me That Way
Do the Hand Jive
My Balloon's Going Up
Here I Go Again
Go for What You Know
Green Power
Just a Little Closer
I Can't Stop Dancing
I Can't Stop Dancing
(Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay
Do the Choo Choo
You're Such a Beautiful Child
Monkey Time
Do You Feel It?
I've Been Trying
Jammin' in Houston
Love Will Rain on You
Sometimes I Wonder
Tighten Up
Tighten Up, Part 2
I Don't Wanna Be a Playboy
You're Mine
Knock on Wood
Give Me Time
In the Midnight Hour
When You Left Heartache Began
A Thousand Wonders
A Soldier's Prayer, 1967