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Shirley & Company was an American disco group, consisting of Shirley Goodman (1936–2005), Jesus Alvarez, Walter Morris, Bernadette Randle, Seldon Powell, Jonathan Williams and Clarence Oliver.

They topped the U.S. Dance chart in 1975 with "Shame Shame Shame" (U.S. Pop #12), and reached #6 in the UK Singles Chart. But, the follow-up, "Cry Cry Cry," only made it to #91 on the Hot 100 later that year.

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