The Great Notes initially embarked on the recording career within the lovers rock style, and featured Lauraine and Heather on lead vocals. The entire line-up comprised Joseph Charles, Peter Lee Gordon, Peter Rowlands and Ian Dunstan. In 1978 the group documented for Pat Rhoden’s Jama group; the achievement of the solo ‘My Melody’ led to Rhoden’s licensing the melody to the main record businesses in 1979, because the tune was likely to cross in to the mainstream. Jama also released the ineffectual ‘Simply Women’ and ‘Lovely Vibes’, which signalled a big change of path. The music group continuing to record in to the early 80s if they released ‘I Forgot HOW EXACTLY TO Like You’, ‘Morning hours Kid’ and RIGHT DOWN TO Earth, which proven the group’s adaptability. The record cover highlighted the music group dressed up as astronauts, and not surprisingly lamentable advertising ploy, the debut was well received. By 1984 the music group felt the necessity for an additional transformation, which resulted in the forming of the Abstract Dance label as well as the discharge of ‘Under no circumstances Too Little’, targeted at the golf club picture, and which joined the lower parts of the pop graph. The discharge was fulfilled with enthusiasm within the clubs as well as the music group followed the strike using the excusable ‘I Forgot’, trying for a profile on the air playlists. The solitary failed to win over disk jockeys and adopted its forerunner by scraping a high 75 placement. A discerning decision led to the group time for the golf club sound for the discharge of ‘Spend The Night time’, which peaked at quantity 11 in the united kingdom pop graph regardless of the indifference demonstrated towards the music group by r / c. They loved a work of strikes with ‘In Your Car’, ‘Possess AN EXCELLENT Forever’, and culminating with ‘Into The Movement’. Their tunes continued to truly have a reggae vibe, contradicting their assertions which they wished to become seen as a UK soul music group.