Midwestern soul singers, Ray Goodman & Brown, were the quintessential vocal group in the late 1970s, bridging the gap between The Temptations and Boyz II Men and best known for perennial Top 10 “Special Lady” as well as “The Way It Should Be” and “How Can Love So Right (Be So Wrong).” Universal has released multiple Ray, Goodman & Brown compilations over the last years, several exploring the group’s deeper catalog.