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  1. A taste of honey A taste much sweeter than wine I will return I will return I'll come back for the honey and you He ne'er came back to his love so fair And so she died dreaming of his kiss His kiss of honey A taste more bitter than wine I will return I will return I'll come back for the honey and you I'll come back for the honey and you.
  2. The single, featuring an unforgettable bassline, topped the Billboard Hot in fall , and sold more than two-million copies. The slinky and funky "Do It Good," the follow-up, went to number 13 R&B and number 79 pop. The parent album of the hits, A Taste of Honey, subsequently went platinum, and the group won a Grammy for Best New Artist.
  3. Formed in , A Taste of Honey hailed from Los Angeles, California. The members of the band consisted of Janice–Marie Johnson (vocals, co-writer, bass), Carlita Dorhan (vocals, guitar), Perry Kibble (keyboards, co-producer, co-writer) and Donald Ray Johnson (drums).Genres: Disco, adult contemporary.
  4. Check out A Taste of Honey on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.
  5. Because A Taste of Honey's first major hit, "Boogie Oogie Oogie," was a lighthearted, escapist piece of ear candy, rock critics of the late '70s didn't take the group seriously and tended to dismiss Janice Marie Johnson and Hazel Payne as producers' puppets. But they were far from that: In addition to being expressive singers, Johnson and Payne were talented, versatile musicians and songwriters.8/
  6. "A Taste of Honey" is a melancholy tale with a notably unresolved ending. The chemistry between Tushingham and Danquah is not what it should be, but Bryan and Melvin are wonderful. Of course 89%.

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