The Chi-Lites yearning ballads, featuring falsetto vocals and close harmonies, made them a leading soul vocal group. The Chi-Lites were among the leaders of a group soul renaissance-termed "neoclassical" by Vince Altetti that took place beginning of the seventies. Formed as a vocal trio, The Chi-lites had 11 Top Twenty R&B hits between 1969 and 1974. They were in and out of the charts to the tune of five Gold Albums, five Gold Singles and eighteen top 20 singles during those years.
Not only did they consistently sell records, but also they established themselves as a cross-over artist, having a pair of hit singles in the Pop Charts, "Have You Seen Her" and "Oh Girl". The Chi-Lites also are well recognized for their electric stage presence and all-out performing always leaving their loyal fans satisfied.
Eugene the lead singer went solo for a while and then came back to the group in the middle 80's. They went back into the studio and recorded Al Green's "Tired of Being Alone". This would be the last song recorded as the original group with Eugene Record as lead singer before he left the group again.
Now from the music vaults of the 80's "Tired of Being Alone".
Downloadable - Tired of being alone
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