The Enchanters were the music group led by soul vocalist Garnet Mimms in the mid-’60s. Mims disbanded his earlier group the Gainors in 1961 and teamed with Charles Boyer, Sam Bell and Zola Pearnell. But Mimms’ maker Jerry Ragovoy would occasionally use the Lovely Inspirations to back again Mimms as opposed to the Enchanters, although he’d wthhold the Enchanters name for the session. It had been their voices noticed on “Cry Baby,” Mimms’ R&B graph topper and number 4 pop solitary in 1963. These were noticed on “A Calm Place,” “Baby NOT Weep,” and “For Your Precious Like.” Mimms proceeded to go single in 1964 and Bells became their business lead vocalist. They authorized with Warner Brothers, but were not able to make very much headway without Mimms.