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Ba-Roz slice two singles about Pisces Information in the first ’70s: “THE FINAL Period” b/w “KEEP COMING BACK Guy” and a reworking of “Mocking Parrot” made by Calvin Simon. Both edges of the initial single were performed and the music were compiled by a cooperation of Bobby Massey (O’Jays), Bobby Dukes, Calvin Simon, and Andrew Hamilton. Bobby Dukes documented “KEEP COMING BACK Guy” as “KEEP COMING BACK Girl,” nonetheless it continues to be unreleased. Ba-Roz was Cynthia Woodard, Joselyn Jones, and Vickie Scott, all natives of Cleveland, OH. Simon was on the hiatus from Parliament. He was a genuine person in George Clinton’s group but still left when he came back from military responsibility and noticed his previous slick, suave-looking buddies’ brand-new look. Simon chosen the clean-cut, conked-haired appearance, with most of them putting on identical sharp matches. When things proceeded to go lame in Cleveland, Simon acquiesced and came back to Parliarment/Funkedelic to see their glory years. After Ba-Roz, Jones and Scott retired, but Woodard continued singing. She trim a duet with Bobby Dukes and do other tasks. Her break emerged when the Blossoms from LA needed a fresh member. Cleveland indigenous Walter Johnson was surviving in L.A. and dealing with H.B. Barnum. He suggested Woodard and directed her the airfare to come quickly to L.A. to audition. She handed down and embarked on globe tours using the Blossoms as Tom Jones’ support vocalists. The Blossoms documented but nothing strike. Woodard’s single recordings, including “California Fantasizing” on H&L Information, experienced the same dismal destiny. Jones allegedly slipped the Blossoms for youthful vocalists and Woodard came back to Cleveland in the past due ’80s. She reunited with Jones and Scott in the first ’90s for the Compact disc sponsored by Gerald Levert for East Western world Records as Dilemma. Several singles got some membership play, but nothing at all significant. They afterwards began executing as UP NEX.

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