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George and Louis Johnson cut their teeth as members of Billy Preston's band between 1973 and 1975, so when they made their recording debut as the Brothers Johnson, they were ready to hit the ground running. Their 1976 debut Look Out For #1 lived up to that title, with a month atop the US R&B chart, and introduced their exciting new sound, a funk-soul recipe with added jazz flavors. It became the first of four platinum records in a row. 1977's Right On Time, their second studio effort, featured "Strawberry Letter 23" alongside the R&B top 20 entry "Runnin' For Your Love" and "Q," inspired by the album's legendary producer Quincy Jones. Includes 8 page booklet with lyrics.