The Brothers of Spirit were a vocal trio made up of Fred Bridges, Richard Knight, and Bobby Eaton, who released many singles within a steady, uptown, Motown-derived vein. Their biggest strike was 1968’s “I ASSUME That Don’t Make Me a Loser,” released on Boo Information, which scraped the low reaches from the R&B Best 40. They have since turn into a spirit collectible, and in addition obtained the group a pursuing one of the Latino community in Southern California. A few of their various other single produces included “Can’t ENABLE YOU TO GET From My Brain,” “The Appreciate I CAME ACROSS in You,” and “Candy.” Bridges, Knight, and Eaton also proved helpful being a songwriting group, most prominently for Ruby Andrews through the past due ’60s. With the middle-’70s, the Brothers of Spirit had split up; Eaton became a program vocalist, while Bridges and Knight continuing on as songwriters, obtaining a handful of compositions documented with the Four Tops. The 1995 Collectables compilation I ASSUME That Don’t Make Me a Loser reissued 14 Brothers of Spirit sides on Compact disc.