|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Today / Ain't Got Love (Of One Girl On My Mind)||2||Audio||2010||More Groove|
|2||Ain't Got The Love Of One Girl (On My Mind)||2||Audio||1969||Arctic Record Company|
|3||Ain't Got The Love Of One Girl (On My Mind)||2||Audio||2010||Arctic Record Company|
|4||I Really Love You / I Can't Believe You Love Me||2||Audio||1969||Arctic Record Company|
|5||Soul Summit||11||Audio||1969||Arctic Record Company|
|6||(I've Got To Find) Happiness / Good Love Gone Bad||2||Audio||1968||Atlantic|
|7||Soul Summit||14||Audio||1997||Jamie / Guyden Dist. Corp.|
[b]Philly soul vocal group[/b]
Formed in the mid-1960’s and soon came to the attention of [l79556] co-owner and Philly radio star [a987850].
Followin limited success with their three singles on [a=Atlantic] between the end of 1967 and the summer of 1968, they signed to [l79556].
They are best remembered for their one hit, "I Really Love You" which was released in 1969, as well as their sole, highly sought-after album, that have a built a myth of holy grail among the northern soul circles.
Three of the Ambassadors, [a=Herley Johnson Jr.], [a=Robert Todd] and Orlando Oliphant later formed [a=Creme D'Cocoa].