Biography

There are three bands under the moniker The Reflections.

1. A New York City vocal soul group formed in 1971.

They also served as Melba Moore’s background vocalists during a 1972 tour.
In 1971, Melba was preparing for a tour and required some singers for a Gospel section of her act.
What began as a two and a half week run, developed into a three and a half year tour.
They recorded for Capitol in the mid-‘70’s, and made one chart number, ‘Three Steps from True Love,’ in 1975. It was their lone Top Ten R & B hit.
The track was taken from their album ‘Love On Delivery’, which was produced by J.R.Bailey. The Executive Producer was Larkin Arnold.
Also contained, on that album, is the track ‘She’s My Summer Breeze’, popular on the UK rare groove scene.

2. The Reflections were also a Pop-Rock/Blue-Eyed Soul group in the early-to-mid 1960s from Detroit, Michigan.

They had one major hit single in 1964 called “(Just Like) Romeo and Juliet”, written by Bob Hamilton and Fred Gorman. The song was produced by Rob Reeco on Golden World Records. The disc reached #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and #9 on the Cash Box magazine chart.

3. A UK DIY post punk supergroup and easily one of the rarest titles issued by Cherry Red. The assemblage culls together personnel from Alternative TV (Mark Perry, Dennis Burns), The Lemon Kittens (Karl Blake) and The Door And The Window (Nag). They released an LP titled Slugs N Toads in 1981.

Edited by ff_from_barnaul on 8 Apr 2010, 03:15

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