|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||The Jokes On You / Don't Stop Loving Me||2||Audio||1966||Arctic Record Company|
|2||Down By The Seashore||2||Audio||1965||Arctic Record Company|
|3||(I'll Work) Eight Days A Week||2||Audio||1967||Atco Records|
|4||The Jokes On You / Don't Stop Loving Me||2||Audio||Arctic Record Company|
|5||(I'll Work) Eight Days A Week||2||Audio||1967||Atco Records|
|6||The Jokes On You / Don't Stop Loving Me||2||Audio||Arctic Record Company|
Born August 11, 1943 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Sometimes called Kenny Gamble.
Pioneering songwriter, producer and humanitarian. Formed R&B label Philadelphia International Records (PIR) with [a=Leon Huff] in 1971 and created the "Philly Sound".
PIR's stable included [a=O'Jays, The], [a=Billy Paul], [a=Harold Melvin And The Bluenotes], [a=Three Degrees, The], The Jones Girls and PIR's house band [a=MFSB] (Mother, Father, Sister, Brother) to name a few.
Formed Mighty Three Publishing with Huff and fellow PIR songwriter [a=Thom Bell].
Renowned for his humanitarian works for both civic and charitable causes which continue today, notably the "Clean Up The Ghetto" project.
Involved in (and fined for) a payola scandal at PIR in 1975.
Continues to write music with [a=Leon Huff].
Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 2008 (Non-Performer).