Brothers Of Soul were Fred Bridges (the leader, who had been performing music since his early adolescence), Ben Knight and Robert Eaton. Shortly before the release of this disc they were known as The Creations ("A Dream") but the name change was inspired by graffiti from the Detroit riots; black business owners would have signs saying "soul brother" on their store fronts as a way to prevent their businesses from being vandalized. While these Brothers Of Soul performed music that was not political, their name was a powerful statement nonetheless.
Eaton and Knight's harmonies are absolutely other worldly, and Bridges' lead is gritty but in absolute control. The trio went on releasing a few more records under this name, but also shared their songwriting talents with other artists, and worked steadily as backing vocalists (mainly for Holland-Dozier-Holland's post-Motown productions).
BROTHERS OF SOUL - YOU BETTER BELIEVE IT