In Detroit, Michigan in the mid-1970's, singer Al Hudson formed himself a backing band and named them The Partners. The band, which included singer Alicia Meyers as front-woman, would sometimes go by the name The Soul Partners. They recorded four albums before changing their name in 1979 to One Way featuring Al Hudson. Eventually the band would change it's name to simply - One Way. The final single before the band changed it's name was You Can Do It. The 1979 song had appeared on their album Happy Feet, which was released the same year. The song features Myers on vocals, who would leave the band to go solo in the early 1980's. One Way released ten albums in the 1980's, and they had two dozen charting hits, including 1982's Cutie Pie - their biggest hit at number four on the charts.
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