Five Flights Up was an American five-person R&B ensemble including Geneva Crawford, Blanton McFarlin, Carlnetta Kelly, Charles Termell and J.B. Bingham. They had a hit in 1970 with the song "Do What You Wanna Do", which was written by J.B. Bingham, arranged by Ernie Freeman, and produced by John Florez. The song, released on T-A Records, hit #37 on the US Billboard Pop Singles chart. A follow-up single, "After the Feeling Is Gone," peaked at #89 on the Billboard pop chart.

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  • Five Flights Up was an American five-person R&B ensemble including Geneva Crawford, Blanton McFarlin, Carlnetta Kelly, Charles Termell and J.B. Bingham. They had a hit in 1970 with the song "Do What You Wanna Do", which was written by J.B. Bingham, arranged by Ernie Freeman, and produced by John Florez. The song, released on T-A Records, hit #37 on the US Billboard Pop Singles chart. A follow-up single, "After the Feeling Is Gone," peaked at #89 on the Billboard pop chart. (en)
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  • Five Flights Up was an American five-person R&B ensemble including Geneva Crawford, Blanton McFarlin, Carlnetta Kelly, Charles Termell and J.B. Bingham. They had a hit in 1970 with the song "Do What You Wanna Do", which was written by J.B. Bingham, arranged by Ernie Freeman, and produced by John Florez. The song, released on T-A Records, hit #37 on the US Billboard Pop Singles chart. A follow-up single, "After the Feeling Is Gone," peaked at #89 on the Billboard pop chart. (en)
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