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missing ingredients

I applaud itunes for having a wide variety of artist in their catalog, BUT.......it seemd that the biggest hits of the artist are never in catalog. How could you not include "It's just a misdemeanor" from this group. There should be an artery of input from your customers, after all the customer is always right!

old school

I agree so much with BINC. Bring back those older Sylvers albums. I've been searching all over for them, especially the first one. It's a classic.

WE NEED MORE SYLVERS

I have to agree! I have been waiting for the old classics of the Sylvers to be posted on Itunes for months... what ever happened to Hotline, Boogie Fever, High School Dance etc? Please Itunes, upload the early Sylvers albums ASAP!!!

Biography

Formed: 1971 in Memphis, TN

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Among the more popular family acts on the '70s R&B circuit, Memphis' Sylvers recorded for Pride, MGM, Capitol, Casablanca, and Geffen during their 13-year chart run. No less than nine of the ten brothers and sisters in the family — Olympia, Leon, Charmaine, James, Edmund, Ricky, Angie, Pat, Foster — performed in the group that was viewed as a Southern version of the Jackson 5. Their 1972 Pride single "Fool's Paradise" got things going in the right direction, reaching number 14 on...
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