“The Touch Of You”Brenda and the Tabulations

Brenda & the Tabulations were an American R&B group, formed in 1966 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, originally composed of Brenda Payton, Eddie L. Jackson, Maurice Coates and Jerry Jones.

The group has released a total of three albums: Dry Your Eyes on Dionn Records (1967), Brenda and the Tabulations on Top & Bottom Records (1970), and I Keep Coming Back For More on Chocolate City/Casablanca (1977), although by the time of the last album, Brenda Payton was relatively a solo act while keeping the group name. The group had also signed with Epic Records in 1972 with four singles being released. One of the Epic singles, “One Girl Too Late”, charted on the soul chart.

Brenda & the Tabulations are one of many recording artists referenced in the song “Life Is a Rock (But the Radio Rolled Me)” by the studio group Reunion. “The Touch Of You” was a 1969 recording that charted the hearts of teen lovers and young adults everywhere!

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