Drummer/guitarist Leroy Bell met guitarist/bassist/keyboardist Casey Adam even though both were associates of Philadelphia music group Special Blend. Following the music group disbanded, both started a songwriting relationship. Bell’s uncle was Philly spirit mainstay Thom Bell, an integral participant at Gamble & Huff’s Philadelphia International Information. He agreed upon the duo to a music submitting agreement with Mighty Three Music, an organization he co-owned with Gamble & Huff. Their music were included in Elton John(the silver amount nine pop/Best 36 R&B strike “Mama Can’t Purchase Me Appreciate,”) MFSB, LTD, the O’Jays, Gladys Knight as well as the Pips, Freda Payne, and Storage compartments. A different one of their music was contained in the 1979 golf ball movie The Seafood That Saved Pittsburgh. Around that point, A&M Records agreed upon them to an archive offer. Their debut one “Livin It Up (Fri Night)” went silver, going to amount seven R&B and amount 15 play the springtime of 1979. That and the truthful ditty follow-up “Hardly ever Know What YOU HAVE” had been included on the debut LP, Bell and Adam. Their other record was Just Make Believe which spawned the R&B charting singles “Shakedown” and “Just Make Believe.” “Livin It Up (Fri Night)” are available on Soul Hits from the ’70s: Didn’t It Blow YOUR BRAIN, Vol. 20, Disco Years, Vol. 7: THE VERY BEST Disco around, ’70s Disco Ball Party Pack, Disco Package, and Soul Teach: The Dance Years 1979.