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Added some beats, perc, scratch and Mo Money- Mo Problems samples...
Sisters Love was an American R&B and funk ensemble active in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Sisters Love was founded in 1968 by former members of The Raelettes. Several of Ray Charles's backing ensemble quit the band at the same time and soon afterwards organized themselves into their own vocal group.
They recorded their first single in 1968 for Los Angeles label Manchild Records and soon after signed with A&M Records. They remained on A&M for several years, appearing in the Willie Hutch-scored blaxploitation film The Mack singing the funk song "Now Is the Time". They scored a hit single in 1971 with "Are You Lonely?", written and produced by Gene Chandler, which reached #20 on the Billboard R&B charts and #108 on the Billboard Singles Chart.
In 1972, the group left A&M and signed with MoWest Records, a Motown subsidiary.
They toured with the Jackson Five and had an album scheduled for release in 1972, but this was shelved and the group disbanded in 1973; the recordings for the album remained unreleased until 2010.