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The Hesitations

Cleveland vocal group the Hesitations specialized in soulful remedies of blatantly pop melodies, epitomized by their biggest R&B smash, a stirring 1968 making from the theme through the movie Born Free of charge. Although their preliminary bow within the R&B graphs in 1967 was entitled “Spirit Superman,” the Hesitations had been most widely known for stuff like “The Difficult Fantasy” and “WHO’LL Answer,” barely typical spirit fare. Lead vocalist George “Ruler” Scott passed away from a gunshot wound in Feb of 1968.

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