Led by singer Osiris Marsh, Osiris was an excellent but obscure soul/funk outfit which was active in Washington, D.C., in the past due ’70s. The band’s affects included Sly & the Family members Rock and Funkadelic, and like Globe, Wind & Open fire, Osiris was thinking about the tradition of historic Egypt. Osiris’ debut recording, Since Before Our Period, arrived on Warner Bros. in 1979; regrettably, the LP received hardly any interest, and Osiris (which Warner fallen), split up without ever documenting a second recording. Furthermore to lead vocalist Marsh, Osiris’ users included bassist Tony Jones, keyboardist Maceo Relationship, saxman Ron Holloway, bassist Tyrone Brunson, guitarist Brent Mingle, drummer Kenny Jones, and percussionist Jimmy “Sha Sha” Stapleton. After Osiris’ separation, Holloway kept occupied like a jazz musician and continued to record many hard bop albums for Milestone/Dream within the 1990s.