In 1977, concert promoter and Soul Train booking agent Dick Griffey created the group Shalamar, and produced their debut album Uptown Festival. The album was released on the Soul Train label, with vocals provided by session vocalists. After having a hit with the single for Uptown Festival Part 1, Griffey realized that the group - just musicians at the time - needed a stronger stage presence. Griffey teamed up with Soul Train producer Don Cornelius, who recruited Soul Train dancers Jody Watley and Jeffrey Daniels to join with Gary Mumford in fronting the group. Mumford soon left, and after a brief replacement by Gerald Brown, his spot was taken by Soul Train dancer Howard Hewett. In 1980 Shalamar released their fourth studio album Three For Love, featuring the song Make That Move. The album, like the previous two was produced by Leon Sylvers !!!. Jody Watley left the group shortly after recording The Look, her sixth studio album with the group.
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