Come Go With Me – Expose | Top 40 Chart Performance, Story and Song Meaning

Chart Performance: Pop (#5), R&B (#14) and Hot Dance (#1); 1987

Story Behind The Song By Ed Osborne

For three years at the end of the 1980’s, Expose was the hottest “girl group” in America. The mastermind behind Expose’s most excellent success was a Miami deejay-turned-producer named Lewis Martineé who put together the first version of Expose in 1985. He hired three session singers to record Point Of No Return, which was picked up by Arista Records and topped the Hot Dance/Disco chart. After one more single, the original members were let go in favor of some with more star power. Martineé picked Jeanette Jurado first, and she began recording tracks for Expose’s debut album. With work already in progress, Martineé brought Gioia Bruno and Ann Curless on board to complete the line-up. Come Go With Me, a Martineé composition, launched the new incarnation of Expose. It peaked at #5 pop in April of 1987, a feat duplicated in July by a re-recorded rendition of Point Of No Return.

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Produced by:

  • Lewis A. Martineé

Lyrics Written by:

  • Lewis A. Martineé