Chicago soul group the Notations documented for Twinight and Curtom subsidiary Gemigo in the 1970s. They peaked with the very best 30 R&B singles “I’m Still Right here” and “It Just Hurts for a time,” a set of heartache music. The lineup included Clifford Curry, LaSalle Matthews, Bobby Thomas, and Jimmy Stroud. Walter Jones changed Stroud in 1973, after that departed in 1976, but made an appearance around the group’s self-titled Gemigo recording released that 12 months. The Notations continuing to record and perform with an infrequent basis. Their early result was anthologized around the Numero label produces Twinight’s Lunar Rotation (2007) but still Right here: 1967-1973 (2015).