Brick was an Atlanta music group that created an effective merger of disco and jazz within the ’70s they called “dazz.” Brick’s roster included business lead vocalist/saxophonist/flutist Jimmy Brownish; guitarist/bassist/vocalist Regi Hargis Hickman; lead vocalist Ray Ransom, who doubled like a bassist/keyboardist/percussionist, and Eddie Irons, who sang lead vocals and performed drums and keyboards. They documented “Music Matic” for Primary Road in 1976 before putting your signature on towards the CBS-distributed label Bang. Their 1st Bang solitary, “Dazz,” topped Billboard’s Popular Soul Singles graph and reached number 3 on the Popular 100. In 1977, Brick obtained two more large strikes with “Dusic” and “Ain’t Gonna’ Harm No one,” each having a chunky, propulsive defeat and catchy, light pop-jazz refrain. Their last TOP R&B strike was “Perspiration (Til You Obtain Damp)” — a cooperation with Ray Parker, Jr. — in 1981. After 5, their 6th and final recording for Bang, premiered in 1982. Like a quartet for the Magic Town label, they released As well Tuff in 1988 and broke up.