Their first album, Peaches & Herb, was recorded for MCA Records and produced by Van McCoy, but it generated only one charted hit, "We're Still Together". Peaches & Herb signed with MVP/Polydor and under the management of Paul J. Cohn, released 2 Hot, which went gold. The album's first single, "Shake Your Groove Thing", went gold and peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 in March 1979. The follow-up single, viewed as the album's "secret weapon" by producer/songwriter Freddie Perren, was the triple platinum hit "Reunited" . – – Let Me Be the One b/w I Need Your Love So Desperately.
Tracklist: 1. For Your Love, 2. The Things I Want To Hear, 3. I Love How You Love Me, 4. Embraceable You, 5. Everybody Loves A Lover, 6. It’s True I Love You, 7. Answer Me My Love, 8. The Door Is Still Open To My Heart, 9. I Need Your Love So Desperately, 10. My Life, 11. Count On M. More albums from Peaches & Herb: Worth The Wait by Peaches & Herb. Sayin’ Something! by Peaches & Herb. Golden Duets by Peaches & Herb. Remember by Peaches & Herb. 2 Hot! by Peaches & Herb. Peaches & Herb by Peaches & Herb. Twice The Fire by Peaches & Herb.
Album · 1967 · 11 Songs. 9. I Need Your Love So Desperately. 10. The Ten Commandments of Love. 11. It's True I Love You. 2:49. 11 Songs, 31 Minutes. Released: 31 Dec 1967. Originally Released 1968. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment.
That includes "Close Your Eyes," a number four R&B hit, as well as "(We'll Be) United," "Let's Fall in Love," "For Your Love," and "Love Is Strange" - all of which reached the Top 20 of the R&B chart. The remaining four songs were either B-sides or A-sides that failed to leave a commercial impact. In 2009, the Wounded Bird label reissued the collection on CD - straight up, with no bonus tracks
Album by Peaches & Herb. The Things I Want to Hear. I Love How You Love Me. Embraceable You. Everybody Loves a Lover. Answer Me My Love. The Door Is Still Open to My Heart.