originally known as the Four Gents, the Delfonics classic lineup featured: William "Poogie" Hart (born January 17, 1945, Washington,.C. Their songs ready or Not Here I Come (Can't Hide from Love) " and "Funny Feeling" were used in the video game. Thom Bell, who was at the time working with. Lineups would become confusing as members shifted between groups and multiple groups toured. References edit a b Murrells, Joseph (1978). Harris is also featured on the re-released DVD Blue Magic/Margie Joseph/Major Harris Live!, which was recorded in 1975. Cain later rejoined, Cannon and Lathan left, and the original trio of William Hart, Wilbert Hart, and Randy Cain was at that point born. The William Hart/Major Harris/Frank Washington group made several recordings, including backing vocals on the track "After the Smoke is Clear on the 1996 hip hop album Ironman by Ghostface Killah.
William Hart began touring with Johnnie Johnson and Garfield Fleming; this group recorded as the Delfonics. 6 They were replaced by Greg Hill (former bassist for Teddy Riley New Edition) and Van Fields. Recent years edit Major Harris died on November 9, 2012. The Book of Golden Discs (2nd.). "UK Charts The Delfonics". In 1965, William Hart was working in a barbershop in Philadelphia. After gaining national distribution/promotion with New York's Amy-Mala-Bell, the single became a tremendous hit in 1968, selling over one million copies.