If you don't know Teddy Pendergrass by now, you will never, never, never know soul at its most sensual. After all, it was Pendergrass -- a Philadelphia native who grew up singing the Lord's praises and was an ordained minister by the age of ten -- who as much as anyone else ushered in the Golden Age of Tough-and-Tender Soul in the early Seventies (think Barry White, Isaac Hayes, Al Green). A self-taught drummer, Pendergrass joined Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes in 1970; it had been around hitless since the mid-Fifties. Then someone gave Pendergrass the mike and he put over a classic: "If You Don't... More >>>