The Enjoyables were a Washington, D.C., group that at numerous occasions included Keni St. Lewis, Sidney Hall, Carl “Maximum” Kid, Wayne Johnson, William Britton, and Gerald Richardson. Like the majority of young groups, workers changed and associates had been in and out often. They agreed upon with Capitol Information in 1964, however the affiliation just produced “Force just a little Harder” b/w “We’ll Make a means”; St. Lewis composed the group’s materials. In 1966, they released “Pity” b/w “I’ll Consider You Back again” on the neighborhood Shrine label, possessed by Raynoma Gordy-Singleton and Eddie Singleton. This is the second circular for St. Lewis and Britton on Shrine — both documented using the Cairos on the previous Shrine one. The record didn’t perform any business as well as the associates didn’t emerge on another record until 2 yrs later — this time around because the Statlers on Sue 2 Information with “From the Harming Thing” b/w “My College.” Nothing occurred for the Enjoyables or the Statlers, as well as the associates separated. Britton, with Famon Johnson (the Cairos), supplied the sterling support vocals on Billy Stewart’s immortal “I REALLY DO YOU LIKE.” Stewart, also a indigenous of the region, used several hometown performers to accompany him within the studio room and on the highway. St. Lewis afterwards sang with Frankie Karl as well as the Dreams before acquiring his niche being a songwriter, scribing strikes for Michael Jackson, the Sylvers, Tavares, Gene Chandler (“I Misled You THIS TIME AROUND”), among others.