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The Valentine Brothers were an American recording act in the late 1970s and 1980s, comprising brothers John and William "Billy" Valentine. One of their biggest hits, as singers and songwriters, was "Money's Too Tight (to Mention)", which reached no. 41 in the R&B chart in 1982 and was later recorded with greater worldwide success by Simply Red.

Discography

Albums

  • The Valentine Brothers (1979)
  • First Take (1982)
  • Have a Good Time (1984)
  • Picture This (1987)

Chart singles

  • "Money's Too Tight (to Mention)" (no. 41 R&B, 1982)
  • "Let Me Be Close To You" (no. 43 R&B, 1982)
  • "Lonely Nights" (no. 28 R&B, 1984)




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