Beginning his music career with the Scepters in the mid-'60s, Marty Butler sang for three years, but then formed a songwriting team with Bob Bilyk. They wrote several Canadian hits in the early '70s. After winning a national singing contest in 1972 with "We Gotta Make It Together," Butler signed with Columbia and released his solo debut, named after his popular single. Love Vibrations followed in 1973; he left for independent label WAM in 1978, but returned to the majors in 1982 when RCA released a self-titled album.
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