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On his second album with his Hall of Fame, Steve Arrington hewed to his love-man-with-the-funk stance, promising "15 rounds of lovin', kissin', and a-huggin'" as the second single, "15 Rounds," put it. The first single was called "Hump to the Bump." You get the idea.

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Itunes, finally you put Steve Arrington on Itunes. What took so long???!!!!

about time

its about time!!!! it took you guys forever I lost this cassette 24 yrs ago an now i can replace it thanks itunes.


your gettin' there itunes been looking for this album since the sony walkman!!! almost went to ebay but checked here one last time!!! thanks itunes!!! thumbs up!!!! keep adding more funk!!!!


Born: March 5, 1956 in Great Lakes, IL

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Born in Great Lakes, Illinois and raised in Dayton, Ohio, drummer Steve Arrington got his start playing with the Young Mystics. After they disbanded, he moved from Ohio to San Francisco and in 1978 joined the group Slave, which emerged from a union of two former Ohio bands, the Young Mystics and Black Satin Soul. Arrington started as a percussionist and background singer but became lead vocalist on such hits as "Just a Touch of Love," "Watching You," and "Wait for Me." Arrington left Slave in 1982...
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