Do It Good had little mainstream impact in the United States, despite catchy tracks like "Sound Your Funky Horn". The album was focused towards an upbeat funk, which would later turn into disco.
After the song "Queen of Clubs" became a hit, the album was re-issued in 1978 with the title Queen of Clubs. The record had a new cover that featured a playing card with the Queen of Clubs on the front (the disc label still gave the album title as Do It Good).
The album was remastered and reissued with bonus tracks in 2012 by Big Break Records.