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Too is the second album released by the R&B band The . Band on the Tabu label in July 1981. It was produced by Sigidi. The album peaked at on the R&B albums chart. It also reached on the Billboard 200. The album yielded two Billboard R&B chart singles, "Do It Now (Part 1)" and "You" They peaked at and respectively. The album was digitally remastered and reissued on CD with bonus tracks in 2013 by Demon Music Group. Jason Bryant – keyboards, vocals.
Band (sometimes written SOS Band; abbreviation for Sounds Of Success) is an American R&B and electro-funk group who gained fame in the 1980s. They are best known for the songs "Take Your Time (Do It Right)", "Just Be Good to Me", "Borrowed Love", and "The Finest"
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Band hit with a two-million-selling single, "Take Your Time (Do It Right)," their first time out, before having several hit singles written and produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. The Atlanta. ead Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Discography . Songs .
Take Your Time" is a post-disco song by American R&B group the . Band from their debut studio album . It was released as the lead single from . on March 18, 1980, through Tabu Records, three months before the album's release. Chart performance - In th. mage: Take Your Time (Do It Right) by SOS Band . Image: Take Your Time (Do It Right) SOS Band. is the debut album released by the R&B band The . Band on the Tabu label in the summer of 1980. It was produced by Sigidi
Their second album, "Too", went to number 30 R&B in the summer of 1981. On the band's third album, "III", they worked with producer Leon Sylvers III and writers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. Their breaking single, "High Hopes", hit number 25 R&B in the fall of 1982 while the album went to number 27 R&B in late 1982. Jam and Lewis took over the production duties on their fourth album, "On The Rise", scoring with the number two hit "Just Be Good To Me" and the number five beatbox ballad "Tell Me If You Still Care". In August 1994, former lead vocalist Mary Davis reunited with Abdul Ra'oof and together they reconstructed a new band with the same funky . sound, appearing on comedian Sinbad's HBO concert specials and Rhino's various-artists set United We Funk, issued October 5, 1999. All albums and singles listed below were issued on Tabu Records.