The group was headed by Tony Camillo who produced the hit "Midnight Train to Georgia" by Gladys Knight and the Pips. Camillo also produced The Persuasions during their time on A&M.
The single "Dynomite" was the best-selling single in Italy in 1975, staying in the Top 20 for two months. In the U.S., the single sold more than 150,000 copies in the R&B market before crossing over to popular radio. In Canada, it was the first single A&M released as Disco Special.
- Dynomite. Billboard, April 19, 1975.
|Jerry Knight||vocals, keyboards, bass|
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|Jerry Knight||Jerry Knight|