The S.O.S. Band - S.O.S. album
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. The album was a hit at nightclubs and "Take Your Time (Do It Right)" became a disco classic. The album peaked at on the R&B albums chart
Sands of Time is the sixth album released by the R&B band The . Band on the Tabu label in April 1986. It was produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. This would be the last album to feature original lead singer Mary Davis before she left the group to embark on a solo career.
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.
This sleek yet gritty album went gold in the . which isn't counting sales in Europe), and the infectious "Take Your Time (Do It Right)" soared to number one on Billboard's R&B singles chart. It isn't hard to see why the . Band's first album was a hit; all of the tracks are excellent. That is true of up-tempo funk-dance gems like "Take Your Time (Do It Right)," ". Dit Dit Dit Dat Dat Dat Dit Dit Dit)," "Love Won't Wait for Love," and "Take Love Where You Find It," as well as the melancholy soul ballad.
Compre vinil, CDs e muito mais de The . Bandname "Santa Monica" changed into "The . Band" by Sigidi Bashir Abdullah, during the recording-sessions of "Take Your Time (Do It Right)" (1979). Membros: Abdul Ra'oof, Billy Ellis, Bruno Speight, Fredi Grace, James Earl Jones III, Jason Bryant, Jerome Thomas, John Alexander Simpson, Mary Davis, Penny Ford, Willie Killebrew. Variações: Visualizando tudo The .
Abdullah was curious as to why an Atlanta-based band named itself Santa Monica. Keyboardist Jason Bryant replied that the band had an enjoyable concert in Santa Monica, CA. Abdullah then came up with a new band name, the . standing for "Sounds of Success. Their second album, Too, went to number 30 R&B in summer 1981. On the band's third LP, . Band III, they worked with producer Leon Sylvers III and the Time's Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. The 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. On their fourth LP, On the Rise, Jam and Lewis took over the production chores.
|A1||S.O.S. (Dit Dit Dit Dash Dash Dash Dit Dit Dit)|
|A2||What's Wrong With Our Love Affair?|
|A4||Love Won't Wait For Love|
|B1||Take Your Time (Do It Right)|
|B2||I'm In Love|
|B3||Take Love Where You Find It|
NotesPackaging reads: "S.O.S. (Dit Dit Dit Dat Dat Dat Dit Dit Dit)" for track A1
|NJZ 36332, JZ 36332||The S.O.S. Band||S.O.S. (LP, Album)||Tabu Records, Tabu Records||NJZ 36332, JZ 36332||US||1980|
|7243 5 41215 2 4||The S.O.S. Band||S.O.S. (CD, Album, RE, RM)||The Right Stuff||7243 5 41215 2 4||US||2002|
|PZT 36332, PZT36332||The S.O.S. Band||S.O.S. (Cass, Album)||Tabu Records, Tabu Records||PZT 36332, PZT36332||US||1980|
|CDTBU 32541, 32541 2||The S.O.S. Band||S.O.S. (CD, Album, RE)||Tabu Records, Tabu Records||CDTBU 32541, 32541 2||Europe||Unknown|
|40- 84445||The S.O.S. Band||S. O.S. (Cass, Album)||Epic||40- 84445||Spain||1980|