"...the second album by American R&B group The Chi-Lites; it is often mis-categorised as their debut. In fact it contains only three new tracks, the remaining seven being recycled from the group's 1969 debut album Give It Away. It is believed that Brunswick decided to release the album in this form due to the group not having recorded enough material for a completely new album at the time the title track was released as a single. (This strategy would be repeated in 1975, when the group's album Half a Love was released with an even split of new and previously released tracks). It was an unsuccessful move, as I Like You Lovin' (Do You Like Mine?) is the only Chi-Lites album for Brunswick which failed to register in the top 100 of either the R&B or the pop chart.
"Are You My Woman? (Tell Me So)", a moderate hit at the time of its original single release, has latterly become one of the group's best-known tracks after its horn riff was sampled heavily on Beyoncé Knowles' 2003 global bestseller "Crazy in Love".
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