The Clark Sisters 1973 debut produced by and recorded on their uncle Bill Moss' record label found the girls barely in their teens singing with the fervor and conviction of women twice their age. This project signified many great things to come. One of the most significant occurances was the developing songwriting skills of a teenaged Twinkie Clark finally making its way to... More..
Biography One of the most popular smooth soul groups of the early '70s didn't hail from Philadelphia or Memphis, the two cities known for sweet, string-laden soul. Instead, the Chi-Lites were from Chicago, a town better known for its gritty urban blues and driving R&B. Led by vocalist Eugene Record, the Chi-Lites had a lush, creamy sound distinguished by their four-part... More..