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Sandra “Blinky” Williams was an R&B vocalist at Motown Information who duetted with Edwin Starr, notably around the charting solitary “Oh How Happy” around the Motown subsidiary Gordy in 1969.

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Music Songs Party Nation, Ooo Baby Baby, We'll Find a Way, I'm Glad You Belong to Me, I Wouldn’t Change the Man He Is, I See a Rainbow, The Hunter Gets Captured by the Game, Sweet Joy of Life, It's Gonna Be Always, T'Ain't Nobody's Bizness If I Do, Never Give You Up, Can't We Be Strangers Again, I'll Understand, You've Made Me So Very Happy, deFUNKE, This Time Last Summer, I'm So Thankful, Let It Be Me, There's A Jesus In My Nectarine, How You Gonna Keep It, I Can't Turn You Loose, I'll Always Love You, Good For Nothing, I Wouldn't Change The Man, Can I Get a Witness, Rescue Me, Bogota, Money, Lifesaver, For Your Precious Love, Bend, Watch Stars
Albums Just We Two, deFUNKE EP

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Good Times 1974-1979 TV Series performer - 133 episodes
Lady Sings the Blues 1972 performer: "Tain't Nobody's Business" - as Blinky Williams

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