Put Your Money On Me . If I Lose My Woman . Supposed To Do . Dance For Me . What I Miss The Most . I Need You . The Look Of Love . You’ve Got A Friend . Take It How You Want It . Anyone Who Had A Heart .
Givin’ It Back with The Isley Brothers is their ninth album (covering white rock acts’ famed material), released on April 8, 1971. >>
The Isley Brothers‘ The Heat Is On is their thirteenth (and first number-one in the United States) studio album released in June 1975. >>
Released on February 16, 1969, Its Our Thing is the sixth album by The Isley Brothers. >>
Released on August 7, 1973, 3 + 3 is the eleventh album released by The Isley Brothers. It was the first album to officially include younger brothers Ernie and Marvin and in-law Chris Jasper, even though all three had played on the previous several albums. >>
Harvest for the World by The Isley Brothers is their fourteenth album released on May 4, 1976 . >>
‘Showdown’ by The Isley Brothers is their sixteenth album released on April 22, 1978. >>
Released on August 20, 1974, Live It Up is the twelfth album by The Isley Brothers. >>
Released on March 8, 1977, Go for Your Guns is the fifteenth album by The Isley Brothers. >>
Body Kiss by The Isley Brothers is their twenty ninth studio album (written, arranged and produced by R. Kelly) released on May 6, 2003. >>
Wikipedia : This day (May 21, 1941), in Cincinnati, Ohio, is born Ronald Isley, an American artist and songwriter.
Official Site : Ronald Isley has been picking up where he left off as senior member and lead singer of first generation Rock And Roll Hall Of Famers the Isley Brothers – who have the distinction of placing hit singles on the pop and R&B charts in every decade of the rock era
@allmusic : The longtime lead vocalist for the Isley Brothers, Ronald Isley helmed the influential family group for over half a century, a period spanning not only multiple generations of siblings but also massive cultural shifts that heralded their music’s transformation from gritty R&B to Motown soul to blistering funk.
@last.fm : Born the third of six brothers, Ronald, like many of his siblings, began his career in the church….. In 1954, when Ronald was only 13, he and his brothers, Rudolph, O’Kelly and Vernon Isley, formed the original lineup of what would become the Isley Brothers.