Los Angeles-based vocalist Jean Terrell sang with her sibling Ernie (who also later became a tournament boxer) within the group Ernie Terrell & the Knockouts within the ’60s. This barely prepared her for any historic role because the Supremes’ fresh vocalist in 1969 when she changed Diana Ross. Needless to say, she didn’t equivalent Ross’ exploits, however the group obtained three huge strikes in the first ’70s with “In the Ladder towards the Roofing,” “Stoned Like,” and “Nathan Jones.” “Stoned Like” was the ultimate number 1 R&B and pop strike for the Supremes in 1970, while both “Nathan Jones” and “In the Ladder towards the Roof” had been TOP pop and R&B strikes in 1971 and 1970, respectively. The Supremes continuing recording and carrying out until 1976, and Terrell went single. She documented briefly for A&M, but didn’t make very much impact. Through the ’90s, Terrell revisited her Supremes history by documenting for England’s Motorcity label as business lead vocalist of Jean, Scherrie & Lynda from the Supremes.