Formations – At The Top Of The Stairs – Bank


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The Formations from Philadelphia recorded a 45 backing a female vocalist as Margie & Formations on “Coed” records before releasing At The Top Of The Stairs on the local “Bank” records in 1967, which was picked up by “MGM” records, who released a further two records on the group. Unfortunately the lack of chart success would see the group drop the Formations name – keeping the same lineup, but working under no less than three different names for five different labels over the next five years. Later in 1969 they recorded for Gamble & Huff’s “Neptune” records as The Corner Boys. By 1970 they changed their name to The Silent Majority, recording for “Hot Wax” records and in 1972 they became Hot Ice, who recorded for “Atlantic” records. Like the Formations, none of these groups met with any chart success. This disc has superficial wear to the label and vinyl, conservatively graded in VG condition, worth checking the flip