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Camouflage is the tenth studio album by funk band Rufus (and their sixth album featuring Chaka Khan), released on the MCA Records label in 1981. Camouflage peaked at on Billboard's R&B Albums chart and stalled at on Pop. The album includes the singles "Sharing the Love" (US R&B 8, US Pop and "Better Together" (US R&B US Dance.
Rufus featuring Chaka Khan is the gold-selling fourth studio album by funk band Rufus (and their second album with singer Chaka Khan), released on the ABC Records label in 1975. It remained atop the R&B album chart for six consecutive weeks. By 1975, Rufus and lead front woman Chaka Khan had become one of the most popular bands in popular music.
Rufus was formed in 1969 by Kevin Murphy and Al Ciner from the background of two rival bands in Chicago. The band was a group in transition by the time they signed their deal with ABC in 1972 after a brief period with Epic. The biggest change in the group occurred that year when Paulette McWilliams, the group's original frontwoman, opted to leave the group and had friend Chaka Khan, who had provided background vocals as a session singer for the band, replace her as the sole frontwoman.
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Etichetta: ABC Records – ABCX-783. Formato: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Santa Maria Press, Gatefold. With that said, the first album by Rufus was rough, I mean very rough. The slick soul (or sophisticated-funk), along with Tony Maden and Bobby Waton would come later, but right here is where the group wrapped their homely ruff edged grooves around the sultry but powerful vocals of Ms. Chaka Khan. It's not a complete effort, but you can tell that group was on their way!
Rufus is the debut album by American R&B and funk band Rufus, released on the ABC Records label in 1973 fronted by singers Chaka Khan and Ron Stockert. The album is notable for an upbeat rock/soul sound that would be replaced by a more heavy direction into funk and jazzy-styled recordings. Rufus was formed in 1969 by Kevin Murphy and Al Ciner from the background of two rival bands in Chicago.