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Switch (6)

Switch (6)

Members of Switch (6): Attala Zane Giles, Bobby DeBarge, Eddie Fluellen, Gonzales Ozen, Gregory Williams, Jody Sims, Michael McGloiry, Michael Norfleet, Phillip Ingram, Renard Gallo, Thomas DeBarge
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.reverbnation.com/originalswitch, http://eddiefluellen.com/switch, http://eddiefluellen.com/the-newest-members-of-switch, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Switch_%28band%29



Discography of Switch (6):

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# Cover Release title Total tracks Download release in mp3 Imprint date Label
1 We Like To Party... Come On 2 mp3 1978 Motown
2 Best Beat In Town 2 mp3 1979 Motown
3 Reaching For Tomorrow 9 mp3 1980-03-00 Gordy
4 Ghetto Life / Mr. Policeman / I Do Love You / Call On Me 4 mp3 1981 Motown
5 There'll Never Be 2 mp3 1978 Motown
6 Keeping Secrets 2 mp3 1984 Total Experience Records
7 This Is My Dream 10 mp3 1980 Gordy
8 Switch V 9 mp3 1981 Gordy
9 I'm So Satisfied 2 mp3 1985 Total Experience Records
10 Switch It Baby 2 mp3 1984 Total Experience Records
11 Switch 8 mp3 1978 Gordy
12 Best Beat In Town / It's So Real 2 mp3 1979 Gordy
13 Switch It Baby 2 mp3 1984 Total Experience Records
14 Switch It Baby 2 mp3 1984 Total Experience Records
15 This Is My Dream 10 mp3 1980
16 Switch It Baby 2 mp3 1984 Total Experience Records
17 Don't Take My Love Away 2 mp3 1980 Gordy
18 This Is My Dream 10 mp3 2010-02-26 PTG Records
19 I Call Your Name / Best Beat In Town 2 mp3 1979 Gordy
20 Call On Me / Fallin 2 mp3 1981 Gordy
21 Switch It Baby 2 mp3 1984 Total Experience Records
22 Switch 8 mp3 1978 Gordy
23 There'll Never Be 2 mp3 1978 Gordy
24 Switch II 7 mp3 1979 Motown
25 Reaching For Tomorrow 9 mp3 1980 Gordy
26 Switch II 7 mp3 1979 Motown
27 Best Beat In Town 2 mp3 1979 Motown
28 Switch 8 mp3 1978 Motown
29 Switch 8 mp3 1978 Gordy
30 Best Beat In Town 2 mp3 1979 Motown
31 There'll Never Be 2 mp3 1978 Gordy
32 I Do Love You 2 mp3 1981 Gordy
33 The Best Of Switch 11 mp3 2001 Motown
34 There'll Never Be 2 mp3 1978 Gordy
35 Switch II 7 mp3 1979 Gordy
36 Reaching For Tomorrow 9 mp3 1980-03-00 Gordy
37 You And I / Get Back With You 2 mp3 1980 Gordy
38 Reaching For Tomorrow 9 mp3 2008 Surface Records (2)
39 Don't Take My Love Away 2 mp3 1980 Motown
40 Reaching For Tomorrow 9 mp3 1980-03-00 Gordy
41 Am I Still Your Boyfriend? 16 mp3 2012-10-29
42 Best Beat In Town / Next To You 2 mp3 1979 Motown
43 Switch II 7 mp3 1979 Gordy
44 Reaching For Tomorrow 9 mp3 1980-03-00 Motown
45 You And I 2 mp3 1980 Gordy
46 Call On Me 2 mp3 1981 Gordy
47 We Like To Party... Come On 2 mp3 1978 Motown
48 Reaching For Tomorrow 9 mp3 1980 Gordy
49 This Is My Dream 10 mp3 1980 Motown
50 Switch 8 mp3 2013-10-16 Motown
51 Love Over And Over Again 2 mp3 1980 Gordy
52 Reaching For Tomorrow 8 mp3 2013-11-20 Motown
53 I Call Your Name / Next To You 2 mp3 1979 Motown
54 Best Beat In Town 2 mp3 1979 Gordy
55 We Like To Party...Come On 2 mp3 Motown
56 Switch II 7 mp3 2012 PTG Records

[b]Soul, funk and disco sextet[/b], formed in Mansfield, Ohio in 1974 with 3 members from Grand Rapids (Michigan) and 3 other members from Akron (Ohio). At the time, they called themselves First Class. They then joined Barry White’s [a=White Heat (4)] as backing band musicians and were let go shortly thereafter. Eventually changing their name to Switch due to their ability to ‘switch’ to different instruments during a song, the group got the attention of Jermaine Jackson who heard the group’s demo tape and within days the group was promptly signed to the Motown Records subsidiary label, Gordy. There, they recorded and released their self titled debut album in 1978. The album featured their first Top 10 R&B hit single entitled “There’ll Never Be”. Depending on whom was singing lead on the songs, their songs were written by Williams, Ingram and the late Bobby DeBarge and often in collaboration with Jermaine Jackson, who continued to sponsor the band throughout their five years on the label. Though they never did manage to cross over into the pop singles chart, they were a consistent presence on the R&B charts through the late 1970s. Other than “There’ll Never Be”, songs such as “I Call Your Name” (1979), “Best Beat In Town” (1979) and "Love Over And Over Again" (1980) also became hits for the group. Shortly after, the DeBarge brothers left to mentor the group [a=DeBarge] with their siblings, and lead singer Phillip Ingram left to pursue a solo career, so 3 new musicians were added to Switch for vocals, percussion and keyboards. This configuration of Switch signed with Total Experience and recorded a final album in 1984. The group broke up later on that year. Since 2010 Switch has reunited featuring 3 original members, 1 original sessions/on stage guitarist, and 3 new members.


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