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But in when Marvin, Ernie Isley, a guitarist, and their cousin Chris joined the group in 1973 it was the start of the band’s greatest run of hits.
From 1975 to 1980, the Isley Brothers had 14 Top 10 R&B records, including Fight the Power Part 1, Harvest for the World and Livin’ in the Life.
The bassist also played on the smash Who's That Lady as well as on prominent songs like For The Love Of You and Between The Sheets.
In 1984, Marvin, Ernie and Chris split from the older brothers and formed their own group, Isley Jasper Isley, and in 1985 had a No.
In 1959 the Isley Brothers scored with the raucous, two-part single, "Shout", and they followed it with the equally frenzied "Twist And Shout" (1962), both songs becoming British beat group standards.
In 1964 the three brothers formed T-Neck Records but the label was short-lived as the brothers were signed to Tamla-Motown and had international success with "This Old Heart Of Mine".
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On the contrary, Winbush has had a long list of career accomplishments.
When these songs come on, White People look at each other and say "Awwww yeah" or "Hell yeah" and are compelled to sing along.
Sometimes there’s also a corresponding stupid dance move.
Marvin Isley, the bass player who helped give R&B powerhouse the Isley Brothers their distinctive sound, has died at a Chicago hospital.
Isley, 56, died on Sunday morning at an in-patient hospice at Weiss Memorial Hospital.