Singer Keith Barrow’s personal tune may be the smooth-as-silk Best 30 R&B ballad/ steppers beloved, “YOU UNDERSTAND You Wanna Be Loved.” Another Barrow monitor, “TRANSFORM IT Up” can be a preferred among dancefloor aficionados. The Chicago native’s mom can be Rev. Willie Barrow of Rev. Jesse Jackson’s Press Firm. In his teenagers, Barrow going a gospel group known as the Spirit Shakers. Made by MFSB guitarist/songwriter Bobby Eli, his Columbia LP, Keith Barrow, was released in summertime 1977. One monitor “Mr. Magic Guy” got some interest. Made by Michael Stokes, “YOU UNDERSTAND You Wanna End up being Loved” visited #26 R&B on Billboard’s graph in summertime 1978. The Physical Appeal LP yielded two various other disco strikes, “Physical Appeal” and “TRANSFORM IT Up,” and it is replete with sensuous gradual jams, “Right away Achievement,” “Stage Into My Backyard” and “ABSOLVE TO Me.” Another one, “Switch Me Up” b/w “Physical Attraction” (the united kingdom single’s B-side was the jubilant “Joyful Music”) was an enormous disco strike charting #79 R&B in early 1979. His track, “Teach Me (It’s Something About Like)” — a charting solitary for Blue Magic — are available on Rhino’s Blue Magic’s Soulful Spell: THE VERY BEST of Blue Magic. Switching to Capitol, Barrow documented the 1980 recording, JUST LIKE I Am. At age 29, Keith Barrow passed away of problems from Helps on Oct 22,1983. “Change Me Up, Pt. 1” is usually on Dancin’ ‘n’ Disco, released by Sony Unique Products on Apr 16,1995.