BiographyAlthough perhaps best known for their inclusion on the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, Tavares consistently scored hits throughout the 1970s. The five Tavares brothers formed their group in 1964, signing to Capitol records almost a decade later. The quintet scored a number of R&B and pop hits in the early part of the '70s, including the first recorded version of "She's Gone," written by the then-unknown duo, Hall & Oates. The mid part of the 70s saw Tavares embrace the disco fad with hits such as "It Only Takes A Minute" and "Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel," culminating with the aforementioned "More Than A Woman," a song written especially for them by the Bee Gees.
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