The Sisters

by: Sister Sledge

Sister Sledge seized the production reins, but weren't able to equal Chic's sophistication or success. This album included a decent remake of Mary Wells' "My Guy," the original version of "All The Man That I Need" (later made a number one hit by Whitney Houston) and the curious "Il Macquillage Lady," but it seemed like a return to the unfocused, erratic music they had previously recorded. There was some fine vocal work on "Grandma" and "Jacki's Theme: There's No Stopping Us," but things had worsened for groups with a disco reputation, and there were few takers for this record. "My Guy" did crack the R&B Top 20. ~ Ron Wynn

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