The Pointer Sisters started out in the '70s rocking funky rhythms and somewhat risque material. As the decade matured (or graduated to hangover phase), the Sisters edged towards pop, covering Bruce Springsteen's "Fire" and meeting with considerable popular kudos. "He's So Shy," "Slow Hand" and "Jump" followed. While the move to pop certainly had its tradeoffs, tracks like "He's So Shy" were pop triumphs with at least a hint of depth and several leg-warmers' worth of fun. By the time "Jump" came around in 1984, the simplistic songwriting -- while popular -- was getting a little hard to sustain.
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