An excellent early Motown single was “ENTER INTO My Palace” by Lee & the Leopards. The Gordy Information solitary presented a hokey ’50s bass intro and influenced wailing. Lee was Lee Henry Moore, as well as the Leopards, well, there is Prentiss Anderson and unknowns. Moore, Brian Holland, and William Stevenson made up the Apr 1962 release how the Supremes redid like a ballad; the Leopards’ was an up-tempo novelty. Motown canned the Supremes’ edition for a lot more than 25 years; Brenda, with sister, Patrice Holloway, waxed a duet edition. Ironically, both edges of Lee as well as the Leopards’ Gordy solitary, the turn was “Attempting to create It,” was leased to Laurie Information in 1963, quite unusual for Motown to get this done, it usually occurred the other method around. They slice a Lee Moore melody on Fortune Information in 1964 entitled “Don’t Press Your Fortune,” undersided by “HOW ABOUT Me.” Lot of money couldn’t place the mighty Nolan Solid & the Diablos outrageous, so you understand Lee & the Leopards didn’t possess anything from the economically strapped label. KZ Information released a tune or two plus they probably drop one-off singles on additional small labels.