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I love give me just a little more time!!!

Now, I haven't read into the background story or anything like that but music is music and thats all I really care about. I just flat out like this album because it has that genuine soul sound to it.

Slit Thumpin -Baaaaabeeeee

Was it that strange little label picture of the "thinking" man or General Johnson's amazing production--nah, just the slit thumpin sound. Example: their first hit "Give Me Just A Little More Time" with the hook lyric "babbeeee" became the summer of 71 athem for every 16 year old wannabe womanizer living in the in northern Virgina 'burbs of DC. Back then the station on the Va side was WEAM. It played it too white and too safe. WPGC spread across - eagle like - the DC beltway but only the white sounding songs by C.O.T.B were heard -- their first hits, Pay to the Piper, Danglin and Everything's Tuesday. But the AM black stations in DC played their more funkier less mall friendly safer songs like "Finders Keepers", "Men are Getting Scarer". Glad to see this on ITUNES.. It is a group that would bring in the crowds to the "Soul Jam" shows that make it to major markets in the summer--old trains like Ojays, Spinners, Chi-lItes etc who still strut by to milk white audiences. Yet, one still wonders, whatever happened to General Johnson? And did he own the record label? Yes their version of "Patches" has more angst than Clarence Carter's hit 3 years earlier but it never seemed to work when a black group covered another black artist.

Chairman of the Board/Greatest Hits by JMack1STLEE

Fantastic Album. I thought I would never see these songs again! Thank You, ITUNES! Say, what ever happened to "Glasshouse"? Remember the hit song "Touch Me Jesus" It was on the Invictus label.


Formed: 1969 in Detroit, MI

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Best known for the stuttering number three single "Give Me Just a Little More Time," the Chairmen of the Board were one of the smoothest and most popular soul acts to emerge from Detroit in the early '70s. Although their time at the top of the R&B charts was brief -- their first Top Ten arrived in 1970, their last in 1973 -- they recorded a handful of '70s soul classics, all distinguished by the high, trembling vocals of General Norman Johnson, who also wrote the bulk of the group's material. Born...
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