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Chapter 8

Chapter 8

Chapter 8


Formed 1972 in Detroit, Michigan, USA Disbanded 1989 Group Members: Anita Baker, Carolyn Crawford, Vernon D. Fails, Van Cephus, Derek Dickson, Scott Guthrie, Courtlen Hale, Gerald Lyles, Rick Means, Allen E. Nance, Michael Powell, David Washington and Valerie Pinkston. This Detroit group is best known as the band that helped launch Anita Baker's career. The original group was founded by Michael Powell and David Washington in 1972. They backed the Detroit Emeralds until Powell and Washington added vocalist Rick Means and Carolyn Crawford. Read more on Last.fm
Formed 1972 in Detroit, Michigan, USA Disbanded 1989 Group Members: Anita Baker, Carolyn Crawford, Vernon D. Fails, Van Cephus, Derek Dickson, Scott Guthrie, Courtlen Hale, Gerald Lyles, Rick Means, Allen E. Nance, Michael Powell, David Washington and Valerie Pinkston. This Detroit group is best known as the band that helped launch Anita Baker's career. The original group was founded by Michael Powell and David Washington in 1972. They backed the Detroit Emeralds until Powell and Washington added vocalist Rick Means and Carolyn Crawford. Crawford was later replaced by Barbara Love. When Love departed, Washington added Baker, whom he had heard singing background with the Osmoses, another local group. Means had left by the time Chapter 8 signed with Ariola in 1979. Baker and Gerald Lyles split lead vocals, with Powell, Derek Dickson, Allen E.

Nance, Courtien Hale, Scott Guthrie, Van Cephus, and Washington completing the lineup. Their debut LP, 'Chapter 8', was released in 1979, but Ariola promptly dropped them. This album has attained 'Rare Groove' status in the UK, containing the songs 'Ready For Your Love' and 'I Just Wanna Be Your Girl'. Baker moved on to solo fame. By their second LP in 1985 for Beverly Glenn, Valerie Pinkson was alternating on lead vocals with Lyles, while keyboardist Vernon Falls joined veterans Hale, Washington, and Powell. 'This Love's for Real' didn't garner any hits, but was a solid soul and funk outing, containing the tunes 'How Can I Get Next To You' and 'Don't Stop Loving Me'. The lineup remained intact for their third release, 'Forever', in 1988 for Capitol. Powell produced it, but it also didn't sell and Capitol also dropped them. Powell has emerged as a successful producer, scoring hits on songs produced for Baker and Regina Belle. Various Chapter 8 musicians have also recorded with Baker, Peabo Bryson, David Peaston, and James Ingram. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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