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    The Unifics - Remember What I Told You To Forget


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    I remember this song (by Tavares in 1975, also by the Four Tops) and I most definitely remember The Unifics! I did not that they were still singing. They made some very good records. I still have a couple of their albums. Thank you MikeW-UK for sharing this.

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    In 1969 they had probably the saddest record of all time with "The Beginning of My End".

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    LOVE it! I always loved this song and for whatever reason never knew the name of the group ... And those suits, right?? A great presentation. Thanks for finding -

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    The unifics-out of d.c. By way of[howard university]one of the great but underrated groups of the[60's]one of my neighbors was a close friend of the late great[al johnson].

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    The unifics-out of d.c. By way of[howard university]one of the great but underrated groups of the[60's]one of my neighbors was a close friend of the late great[al johnson].
    Oh man really? Al Johnson and the original group got a lot of radio airplay when I was coming up.

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    They were second to none when it came to performing live too, when they performed[the beginning of my end]there wasn't a dry eye in the place...great,great group!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    They were second to none when it came to performing live too, when they performed[the beginning of my end]there wasn't a dry eye in the place...great,great group!!
    That was the hardest, saddest song to listen to when I was a kid. Even sadder than Clarence Carter's "Patches".

    "Up drove the hearse Cadillac.... A crowd of people all dressed in black..." Whew!

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    Marv,there was a part where they[carry the casket]in their steps that stops the house,and al sounds like he's about to break down..maybe the saddest song ever performed live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Marv,there was a part where they[carry the casket]in their steps that stops the house,and al sounds like he's about to break down..maybe the saddest song ever performed live.
    I'm telling you. My brother Robert and I use to listen to that song and would be completely silent. When got the album Court of Love, we wore it out. They were a tremendously underrated group!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    In 1969 they had probably the saddest record of all time with "The Beginning of My End".
    "Up pulled the hearse Cadillac..."

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