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15-16-17 was a lady vocal trio formed in 1974 in the united kingdom, although they originated from Jamaica. The line-up contains Sonia Williams, Christine McNabb and her sister Wraydette McNabb. They got into a talent competition on the Georgian membership in Croydon, Surrey, Britain, executing as the Gorgon Sisters, but transformed to 15-16-17 (the name reflecting the young ladies’ age range) over the information of who owns the membership, Castro Dark brown. They gained the contest for 14 days within a row using a cover edition of Louisa Tag’s fans rock monitor, ‘Captured You IN THE Rest’. With Dark brown making, the group documented ‘If YOU LIKE Me Smile’ and ‘Dark Skin Guy’, which highlighted Dennis Bovell. The singles surfaced on Castro Dark brown’s Morpheus label, which appreciated significant support from his patriarchal colleague Dennis Dark brown. When the label folded in 1976, the trio experienced a setback, but loyally continued to be with Castro Dark brown. In 1977, a relationship was produced with Dennis Dark brown as well as the D.E.B. (Dennis Emmanuel Dark brown) label was create. Castro created their cover edition from the Temptations monitor ‘Simply My Creativity’ as ‘Young ladies Creativity’. The monitor was also presented on the DEB display compilation Dark Echoes, promoted from the every week music journal from the same name. The solitary was an instantaneous strike in the reggae graphs and was accompanied by the similarly popular ‘Abruptly Joy’. In 1978 they released ‘Feelings’, ‘Great Instances’ and ‘Somebody Special’. Following a link with Pablo Dark and Oneness girls transformed their design for the discharge of ‘I’m Harm’, that was closer to origins than the enthusiasts style that these were renowned. In addition they undertook many live looks touring Italy using the Wreckless Breed of dog and assisting Gregory Isaacs on his UK tour. By the first 80s the group disbanded, although Christine continued to pursue a single profession and Castro Dark brown setup his New Name Music label. In 1984 ‘Women Creativity’ was re-released.

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