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TAVARES members are Butch Tavares, Chubby Tavares. TAVARES released Thirteen albums from 1974 till 1994. The first album TAVARES released in the seventies is 'Check It Out' on TAVARES Records. Other albums that TAVARES recorded are 'Love Line', 'New Directions', 'Sky-High', 'Words And Music'. Thirty three albums of TAVARES reached the billboard Pop Albums chart. The highest charted album was 'Future Bound' from 1978. This album debuted in 1978 on the Pop Albums chart and reached number 11 and lasts 0 weeks on this chart. Other charted albums are `Hard Core Poetry' #11 (Black Albums) and `Madam Butterfly' #13 (Black Albums) and `New Directions' #13 (Pop Albums) and `Love Storm' #15 (Black Albums) and `Check It Out' #16 (Pop Albums) and `Sky High!' #20 (Black Albums) and `Supercharged' #20 (Black Albums) and `Check It Out' #20 (Top R&B Albums) and `Supercharged' #20 (Top R&B Albums) and `Sky High!' #24 (Pop Albums) and `In The City' #26 (Pop Albums) and `New Directions' #30 (Black Albums) and `The Best Of Tavares' #42 (Black Albums) and `Words And Music' #48 (Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums) and `Future Bound' #55 (Black Albums) and `Love Storm' #59 (Pop Albums) and `The Best Of Tavares' #72 (Pop Albums) and `Supercharged' #75 (Pop Albums) and `In The City' #8 (Black Albums) and `Madam Butterfly' #92 (Pop Albums) From 1973 till 1985 TAVARES released also thirty one singles. The first single TAVARES released in the seventies is 'Check It Out' on Records. Other released tracks are 'Don't Take Away The Music (1976 / CAPITOL)', 'Got To Find My Way Back To You (1982 / RCA)', 'I Really Miss You Baby (1983 / RCA)', 'It Only Takes A Minute (1985 / CAPITOL)'.

Tavares is a soul music supergroup comprised of five brothers from New Bedford, Massachusetts: Ralph, Tiny, Chubby, Butch and Pooch Tavares.

Originally named Chubby and the Turnpikes, in 1973 they signed with Capitol Records and soon began charting regularly on the R&B and pop charts. Hit songs include "It Only Takes a Minute," "Don't Take Away My Music" (1976), "The Ghost of Love" (1977), "Who Done It?" (1977) and "Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel" (1976). Their popularity ebbed with the fading disco scene by the early 1980s.

In 1983, Ralph Tavares stepped down from the group, and Tiny left in the mid 1990s, but the other three brothers continue to tour. Add/Complete Bio

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