Named after their ability to emulate other vocal groups routines in the chitlin circuit, performing as other acts, The Masqueraders is one of the longest living group in soul music. They go all the way back to the late 1950s when they formed in Dallas, Texas. So you can see there is fifty years of music history and to pick one track out of these fifty years is a hard task I must admit, but I´m sure we´ll return to this wonderful groups outings later on in Soultreats! as well. Anyway, this nice little dancer came out during the groups short stint at the ABC record company and was released in 1975. Produced and written by Isaac Hayes it starts of deceptively slow before erupting into a great dancer that has picked up some plays at our Soulville! nights recently.