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The Choice 4 were a good harmonizing spirit group from Washington, D.C., whose information deserved an improved fate. They documented for RCA within the middle-’70s, but had been never in a position to rating a breakout strike, despite producing some very shifting, effectively sung ballads. Lead vocalist Bobby Hamilton was an above-average stylist, and was efficiently backed by Ted Maduro, Pete Marshall, and Charles Blagmore. Maduro and Marshall had been former members from the Like Shades, and Blagmore from the Stridels. Regrettably, none of the singles ever damaged the R&B Best 40.

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Music Songs Just Let Me Hold You for a Night, Angel Don't Fly Away, This Time It's for Real, You're So Right for Me, When You're Young and in Love, Come Down to Earth, Hey What's That Dance You're Doing, I Need Your Love to Keep Me Warm, The Woman I'm Being True To, Two Different Worlds, Can't Get Used to Sleeping Alone, If I Don't Love You, Hook It Up, I'm Gonna Walk Away From Love, A Beautiful Glow, Ready, Willing and Able, Beside Me, Until We Said Goodbye, Everybody's Got a Story, Mysterious Lady, I Can't Make You Love Me, You're My Happiness, The Finger Pointer
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