Atlanta, GA’s the Teen Divines made little neighborhood flames but nary a spark somewhere else. An initial discharge, “Ain’t That Clear,” for Take note Information in 1976 misspelled their name the Teen Devines. The associates had been Donald Render (lead tenor), John Dawson (tenor and baritone), John Johnson (baritone/second tenor), and Jimmy Robertson (baritone/bass). Another release, “GET IT DONE the proper way,” began to hype, but a little promotion budget held it from detonating. A stint with Jimmy Jones’ New London Information in 1977 led to “I’ll DEMONSTRATE With Appreciate” b/w “Deep inside your Heart” which demonstrated potential, more than enough for Cotillion Information in NY to protected a licensing cope with Jones for mass distribution. Various other produces are harder to discover since they do small and pressings had been small; Charles Light wrote many music on their behalf, including “African Suspense,” “Delicious chocolate Female,” “Brief Guy,” and “WHAT’S the price tag on Like,” that are very elusive.