Aurra was an American 1980s soul group, which, at the time of its biggest success was composed of Curt Jones and Starleana Young.
Aurra started off in 1980 as an offshoot of the R&B-funk band Slave, which featured Jones, Young, Charles Carter, and Buddy Hankerson. Aurra initially signed with Dream Records and then Salsoul Records. During the early 1980s, the group found success with hits such as “Are You Single” (#16 R&B) and “Make Up Your Mind,” which was its biggest US hit under this moniker, reaching #6 R&B and #71 pop.Legal issues with a former member over the name Aurra made the duo change its name to Déjà,after which the group had a big hit with “You and Me Tonight,” which reached #2 R&B, #54 pop in the US.A deal with Virgin affiliate 10 Records in the UK resulted in the song reaching #12 on the UK Singles Chart, their best showing on that chart.
The group later cracked the upper reaches of the US Billboard R&B chart hitting #23 with the Teddy Riley-produced hit “Made To Be Together” in 1989.
Made To Be Together (12″ Mix) 6:14
Made To Be Together (Accapella) 4:32
Made To Be Together (Dub) 4:30
Made To Be Together (Jazz) 4:27
Sexy Dancer 4:42