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The 8th Day

The 8th Day

The 8th Day


1. 8th Day 8th Day was an American R&B group from Detroit, Michigan. The Holland-Dozier-Holland songwriting team had scored hits in 1970 with the group 100 Proof (Aged in Soul); when their song "Somebody's Been Sleeping in My Bed" became a hit, radio stations also began playing the tune "She's Not Just Another Woman". HDH wanted to release the song as another single but didn't want to hurt the sales of "Somebody's Been Sleeping in My Bed", so they released "She's Not Just Another Woman" on Invictus Records under the name 8th Day in 1971. Read more on Last.fm
1. 8th Day 8th Day was an American R&B group from Detroit, Michigan. The Holland-Dozier-Holland songwriting team had scored hits in 1970 with the group 100 Proof (Aged in Soul); when their song "Somebody's Been Sleeping in My Bed" became a hit, radio stations also began playing the tune "She's Not Just Another Woman". HDH wanted to release the song as another single but didn't want to hurt the sales of "Somebody's Been Sleeping in My Bed", so they released "She's Not Just Another Woman" on Invictus Records under the name 8th Day in 1971. The song became a hit, peaking at #11 in the U.S.

charts, even though there was technically no group actually in existence by this name.[1] A second song released under the 8th Day name, "You've Got to Crawl (Before You Walk)", also hit the charts later that year, and so HDH put together an actual group under the name, but their later recordings didn't sell nearly as well as the first two, and the group quickly fizzled after a few more minor hits. The group name was resurrected in 1983 for a Brian Holland and Harold Beatty production featuring Tyrone Douglas, formerly of the Undisputed Truth. Original Members * Melvin Davis - vocals * Antonio Newsome - bass * Lyman Woodard * Larry Hutchison * Ron Bykowski * Lynn Harter * Michael Anthony - guitar * Bruce Nazarian - guitar * Jerry Paul - percussion * Carole Stallings - violin * Anita Sherman - vibraphone Albums 8th day (1971) Year : 1971 media : LP Label : Invictus Pressing : ST-7306 USA Charts: U.S. #131, U.S. Black Albums #42[2] I Gotta Get Home Year : 1973 media : LP Label : Invictus Pressing : ST-9809 USA The 8th Day (1983) Year : 1983 media : LP Label : A&M Pressing : SP 4942 Singles 1971 "She's Not Just Another Woman" [Invictus 9087] #11 #3 1971 "You've Got to Crawl (Before You Walk)" [Invictus 9098] #28 #3 1972 "Eeny-Meeny-Miny-Mo (Three's a Crowd)" [Invictus 9117] - #29 1972 "If I Could See the Light"[Invictus 9107] #79 #27 References 1.

^ 8th Day at Allmusic 2. ^ Billboard, Allmusic.com 3. ^ Billboard Singles. Allmusic.com. Categories: Michigan musical groups | 1970s music groups 2.

The 8th Day (60s band) Style: Folk Rock The 8th Day song "Brandy" was re-released in Germany in 2003 as part of a 3 CD collection entitled "The Get Easy Sunshine Collection" that featured popular folk rock songs from 60's. The album is part of what is called 60's Pop Sunshine Nostalgia, which is popular in Germany. Beside the 8th day the album features artists Spanky and Our Gang, the Cowsills, Leslie Gore, Mama's and Papa's, Doc Severinsen and many more. It is one of five volumes that have been released by one German label...

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