Blue Magic, an R&B vocal quintet whose users were Ted “Wizard” Mills, Vernon Sawyer, Wendell Sawyer, Keith Beaton, and Richard Pratt, shaped in Philadelphia and signed to Atco in 1973. The group specific in dreamy ballads and choreographed stage techniques. They hit the very best 40 from the R&B singles graph with their 1st three 45s before breaking through and crossing over with “Sideshow.” Released in Apr 1974, it proceeded to go platinum, topped the R&B graph, and became a high Ten pop strike. “Three Band Circus,” their following single, produced the R&B TOP as well as the pop Best 40. Blue Magic experienced two even more R&B graph singles in 1975 and four in 1976 before struggling a industrial slump, however they came back with R&B graph singles in 1981 and 1983. A return album, From Out of nowhere, premiered on Def Jam subsidiary OBR in 1989. Multiple variations of the group, including one trade designated by Sawyer and Beaton, toured in to the following decades.
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