In Brooklyn, New York in the mid-1970's three sisters - Denise, Delores and Bonnie Dunning - formed a band to back up their vocals. The line-up of the funk and disco band was solidified after they were joined by keyboardist and record producer Randy Muller, also a member of the funk band Brass Construction. By 1979 the band was signed to Salsoul Records and they released their self-titled debut album - Skyy. By the late 1970's Salsoul Records, which was born out of the discotheque dance craze, was determined to survive the growing disco backlash. In 1979 there were numerous anti-disco incidents, including unruly record demolition events held at ballparks and stadiums. The disco-oriented labels that survived this period strayed from using the word disco, and identified themselves simply as dance music. In 1981 Skyy released their fourth album on Salsoul - Skyy Line - their most commercially successful album, which featured their best charting single Call Me.
"If you like to lounge