Town Limitations evolved from the Overbrook Performers, a gospel group formed by Ted Wortham and Raye Walter in Overbrook SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in Philadelphia: the initial gospel group organized in Philadelphia’s community school system because the abolition of bible reading. They grew to 50 stirring voices and specific in performing first songs, which established them aside from equivalent groups. Associates included Annette Visitor, Rochelle Fleming, and Wardell Piper (aka 1st Choice), plus they scored a large secular strike with “Equipped and Extremely Harmful” on Philly Groove Information, but continued touring and singing using the Overbrook Performers until they graduated. In the first ’70s, member Bruce Hawes became a member of Philadelphia International Information and greased the road for the Overbrook Performers to be the label’s 1st gospel group. Hawes graduated from Olney Saturated in Philadelphia but became an Overbrook Vocalist when they opened up their regular membership to college students and alumni of additional schools. By enough time their only album, Group, surfaced on TSOP Information in 1976, the once powerful group was a quartet and even more comparable to the Fifth Dimensions than the powerful God-praising choir that could mix the dead. Following the big shakedown, Town Limits contains Terri Wells, Clayton Wortham, Ronald Richardson, and Vicki Lyn Reynolds, and authorized as a spirit/pop group, not really a gospel take action. The neglected LP consists of some good occasions including “People WE ARE IN NEED OF a big change,” compiled by Cynthia Biggs and Hawes; after two a few minutes, the piano participant and drummer combat for interest and transformation the tempo from a funk groove to a maniacal throbber. And in the event that’s not enough, the feminine lead appears like Tammi Terrell. Various other nuggets including “Uncle Adam,” also documented on the I’m Doing Great record. Three ex-members from the Overbrook Performers, Biggs, Hawes, and Theodore Wortham, Jr., along with nonmembers Joe Jefferson and Charles Simmons, composed the eight music for that record. Clayton is creator Ted Wortham’s sibling. Terri Wells toured with Dexter Wansel, Roy Ayers, and Unwanted fat Larry’s Music group; she slice the single albums LOOK OUT, on WMOT, and 21st Hundred years Fox, on Omni Information as Brandi Wells. The past due Ronald Richardson appreciated achievement as an professional and performed many memorable assignments on tv and stage. He performed a preacher on 227, the sitcom starring Marla Gibbs, and gained a Tony for his component in Huck Finn on Broadway. Vicki Lyn Reynolds (Ronald’s sister) acted in the same mediums as her sibling, co-starring in the series Glucose and Spice, and playing a forest ranger within an bout of 227. Reynolds’ various other achievements add a Sprint industrial with Candice Bergan, and a starring function on Broadway in GENERATE da Noise, GENERATE da Funk.