In 1990, Carleen Anderson, the daughter of American soul singer Vicki Anderson and step-daughter of Bobby Byrd, relocated to the UK. In the UK, Anderson met Marco Nelson and Femi Williams. The three formed an acid jazz group - Young Disciples - and signed to Talkin' Loud Records. After the success their 1990 debut single Get Together, the Young Disciples released Apparently Nothin' in 1991 - their most famous hit. It wasn't long before the group was recording and releasing their first and only album Road To Freedom, the heavily praised album featured Fred Wesley, Maceo Parker and others. The Young Disciples instantly soared to the forefront of the exploding acid jazz scene. The following year the group broke up after Anderson used the success of Apparently Nothin' to score a solo recording contract with Virgin Records.
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