|Studio album by|
|Released||August 9, 1977|
|Recorded||September 1976 – April 1977|
|Studio||The Power Station (New York City, New York)|
|Sister Sledge chronology|
|Singles from Together|
Together is the second studio album by the American R&B vocal group Sister Sledge, released on August 9, 1977, by Cotillion Records. The album was the group's first release on the Cotillion label after parting from Atco Records.
The album features a cover version of the Stevie Wonder R&B hit "As"; which was released the previous year by Wonder. The group performed the single on an episode of Soul Train, which aired in December 1977. Although the single charted to number thirty–six on the R&B/Soul charts for Wonder, Sister Sledge's version failed to chart. This album featured other moderate hits including "Blockbuster Boy" which reached number sixty–one on the R&B/Soul charts in mid–1977, and "Cream of the Crop" which reached number one hundred on the charts by year's end.
|"Cream of the Crop"||100|