In 1970 Frankie Beverly formed the group Raw Soul in Philadelphia. After releasing a couple singles the band relocated to San Francisco where they met Marvin Gaye, who took them on his tour as an opening act. In 1976, following the advise of Gaye, Beverly changed the name of his band to Maze. That same year Beverly signed with Capital Records and released his debut album Maze featuring Frankie Beverly. The band enjoyed great success with Capital, every album they released went Gold in the US. In 1985 Maze released their sixth album Can't Stop The Love which featured the song Back In Stride - their first number one R&B hit.
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