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    (1963- )
    Formed in Philadelphia, PA
    Valerie Holiday (singer)
    Sheila Ferguson (singer)
    Fayette Pinkney (singer)
    Helen Scott (singer)
    Recorded 'When Will I See You Again,' 'Maybe,' 'TSOP' (with the group MFSB), 'Year of Decision,' 'I Didn't Know,' 'Dirty Ol' Man' and 'Take Good Care of Yourself'
    On the hit 'TSOP,' they mostly contributed vocal sound effects and sang 'Let's get it on. . .it's time to get down.'
    They have changed personnel several times.
    They played in South Africa during the apartheid era.
    They were the only female 'Philly Soul' group to become successful.
    They were Prince Charles' favorite group.
    They appeared on the TV show 'Sanford and Son.'
    'TSOP' became the theme song for the show 'Soul Train.'
    They became huge stars in the U.K.
    Group member Sheila Ferguson wrote a soul food cookbook.
    They played the Gay Games in 1998.

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