Enchantment were one of the very last “sweet soul” groups of the ’70s to reach fruition and chart success. Not slick enough to be dubbed “urban contemporary,” they offered a polished take on the early ’70s soul of Motown (especially the Temptations and Marvin Gaye) and Philly (the O’Jays, particularly on the more uptempo numbers). Indeed, by the time of their first hits in 1976, the disco boom was already making them sound a bit like an anachronism. ~ Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide

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