Biography
The Whispers were a veteran R&B quintet with an impressive legacy of R&B hits. Formed in Los Angeles by twins Walter and Wallace Scott, Nicholas Caldwell, Marcus Hutson, and Gordy Harmon (who left in 1973), the Whispers turned up on the Dore label in 1964 with "I Was Born When You Kissed Me." In 1969, the quintet climbed the soul charts for the first time with "The Time Has Come" on Soul Clock, and they cracked the R&B Top Ten the next year with "Seems Like I Gotta Do Wrong." They remained hitmakers for the labels Janus, Soul Train, and Solar, with smashes like the solid gold chart-topper "And the Beat Goes On" in 1980 and another number one urban contemporary hit, "Rock Steady," in 1987. After being their backbone and selling point since the group's inception, twin lead vocalists Walter and Wallace Scott took time out for solo careers in 1993, but remained with the Whispers. ~ Bill Dahl, Rovi



 
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The Whispers - Rock Steady (Official Music Video)
The Whispers - Keep On Lovin' Me (Official Music Video)
The Whispers - (Olivia) Lost And Turned Out [Official Music Video]
The Whispers - In The Mood (Official Video)
The Whispers - Lady (Official Music Video)
The Whispers - Say Yes
The Whispers - And the Beat Goes On (Official Music Video)
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