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The Best Of Tavares

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Album Review

This was the best introduction to Tavares until well over a dozen other anthologies — some better, most not — arrived in a seemingly endless succession throughout the '90s and early 2000s. This vinyl release consisting of nine songs sticks to the basics, including "Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel" (Billboard number one club play), "More Than a Woman" (number 32 pop), "She's Gone" (number one black singles), "It Only Takes a Minute" (number one black singles), and "Check It Out" (number five black singles). This should not be confused with a similarly titled compilation in Capitol's Capitol Gold series, released on CD in the mid-'90s.

Biography

Formed: 1964 in New Bedford, MA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s

The five-brother singing group Tavares may be best known for such up-tempo hits as the million-selling single "Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel," "More Than a Woman," and "Whodunit," but they first came to national attention with the luscious ballad "Check It Out." Their crisp vocalizing and clean-cut, young-men-next-door image made them favorites on TV shows starring Johnny Carson, Mike Douglas, and Dick Clark's American Bandstand. In 1974, Tavares also had the first hit version (number one R&B)...
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