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The Lovelites


A ’60s Chicago high-school feminine trio, the Lovelites scored a big teenager angst hit with “HOW DO I Show My Mother & Father” for Uni in 1969. Though it had been never directly mentioned in the melody, its implicit theme was teenager pregnancy, still viewed then being a destiny worse than loss of life in lots of circles. Patti Hamilton, her sister Rozena Petty, and Barbara Peterman had been the initial group, with Ardell McDaniel changing Peterman in 1968. Joni Berlman changed Petty in 1970, and Rhonda Grayson changed McDaniel in 1971. The one did sufficiently for the group to start out its label, Lovelite Information, in 1970. It continuing until 1973, while a unitary off their label produced the R&B Best 40, “My Conscience,” in 1971. They disbanded in 1973.

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Full Name The Lovelites
Music Songs How Can I Tell My Mom And Dad, This Love Is Real, My Conscience, You've Hurt Me Now, I'm Not Like the Others, Love so Strong, Gotta Let You Go, Oh My Love, Got To Be There, Get It off My Conscience, My Baby Loves Me, Bumpy Road Ahead, I Found Me a Lover, Who You Gonna Hurt Now, You've Hurt Me, Betcha by Golly Wow, Certain Kind Of Lover, I've Got Love, I don't Want To Cry, Is That Loving in Your Heart, Love Bandit, You Better Stop It, I Get Scared, Shy Boy, I'm the One Love Forgot, I Love You, I'm In Love
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