Vocalist Sylvia Striplin joined up with Aquarian Wish for the jazz-funk/disco group’s second record and stayed with them through their early-’80s break up. Soon after that, she became connected with Roy Ayers and his Uno Melodic label; not merely was she area of the short-lived Eighties Females project led by Ayers (which released a lone record, Females from the ’80s, on Uno Melodic in 1980), but she also released some single materials with significant help through the jazz-funk legend. A fantastic solitary with “Provide Me Your Like” because the A-side and “You Can’t Switch Me Away” premiered by 1980 on Uno Melodic. A follow-up recording was released approximately a year following the solitary. Though Striplin under no circumstances attained mainstream achievement, her sweet tone of voice is instantly identified by devout enthusiasts of jazzy R&B and the ones who composed England’s “uncommon groove” picture of the first ’90s.
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