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    Could This Song By The Fuzz Have Worked For The Supremes:

    .... under the leadership of Jean Terrell as was the case when this was released in 1971?

    This cut from the short-lived Washington DC female vocal group's album was never released as a single , but I hear potential ....

    Could the Supremes under the guidance of Motown have come up with some magic working with this one??

    Only love can move those mountains....
    Last edited by Boogiedown; 04-19-2021 at 01:17 AM.

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    Boogie, I hear that 70s Supremes/Motown influence, but I also hear some Philly in it, too. But I get why this could have worked for the JMC. I would've preferred great Motown originals to covers, but I think the Supremes would've been able to make this one work as an album cut.

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    ya now that you mention Philly ....there's that to it...

    The song's a bit disjointed, like the intro , but thats where I think the Motown team could smooth it out .... that overall Philly/Motown uplifting energy is well suited for Jean and the seventies Supremes, that's what I'm hearing ...


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