You got what it takes
Bobby Thurston hails from Washington D.C
As American disco singer, born in 1954 he outperformed with his hit single 'You Got What It Takes'. It was the first single ever to be eleased on the Dutch disco label "Rams Horn Records".
Bobby originally sang backing vocals and played congas with the group Spectrum Ltd while at high school.
Eventually he took over as lead singer while maintaining a job at the State Department.
Performing one night he met producers Willie Lester and Ronnie Brown who took him to the Prelude label.