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Featured in TIR Episode 278 (2 parts): Drummer and singer Jody Sims, best known as a founding member of one of the most successful soul-funk bands of the late 1970s and early 1980s – Switch. First known as a Barry White protege group called White Heat, after being signed to Motown and under the mentorship of Jermaine Jackson, Switch released four straight Top 25 R&B albums and five Top 25 singles.
Featuring Bobby DeBarge’s soaring falsetto, those hits included “There’ll Never Be” and “I Call Your Name.” Other notable songs included “I Wanna Be Closer,” “Best Beat in Town,” “Love Over and Over Again,” “We Like to Party … Come On,” “Go on Doin’ What You Feel,” “Power to Dance,” “You Keep Me High” and “Just Can’t Pull Away.” Switch’s wonderful music continues to delight thousands of listeners today.
RECORDED NOVEMBER 2022
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