|Circle of Love|
|Studio album by|
|Released||January 29, 1975|
|Recorded||October, 1974-January, 1975|
|Studio||Mediasound Studios (New York City, New York)|
|Sister Sledge chronology|
|Singles from Together|
Circle of Love is the debut studio album by the American vocal group Sister Sledge, released on January 29, 1975 by Atco Records. Featuring Kathy Sledge on vocals, the album includes the songs "Circle of Love (Caught in the Middle)" and "Love Don't Go Through No Changes on Me". The album was described as a mix of pop and soul in a 1975 Billboard Magazine review.
At the time of this release, all members of the group were still teenagers; the oldest member Debbie Sledge was nineteen years old, studying at Tyler College of Art, Joni Sledge was an eighteen-year-old college freshmen at Temple University, Kim Sledge was in her senior year of high school at Olney High School in their hometown of Philadelphia; and the youngest, Kathy, was a 15-year-old 10th-grader. This album gained moderate commercial success, Their single "Love Don't You Go Through No Changes on Me", reached number thirty-one on the Hot R&B/Soul Singles charts by mid 1975. The song was performed along with "Circle of Love (Caught in the Middle)" on an episode of Soul Train, which aired in April 1975.