In Grand Rapids, Michigan in the mid-1970's Bobby and Tommy DeBarge were enjoying success on Motown Records with their band Switch, and at the same time they mentored their eight younger siblings who were performing as the The DeBarges. In 1981 The DeBarges got signed to Motown, and Bobby and Tommy quit Switch to join their brothers and sisters. The debut album was not particularly successful, however on the second album in 1982 they changed their name to DeBarge and became Motown's top selling artist. The second album's title track, All This Love, played a a big part in that success. The song was originally written by frontman El DeBarge for his friend and idol Marvin Gaye to record - but he ended up not using it. After it became clear that Gaye would not use the song El DeBarge decided to record it himself with his group. All This Love was the most successful song off the second album by DeBarge, and it has been covered and sampled numerous times.
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