The Mighty Marvelows are remembered for his or her 1965 hit “I REALLY DO,” that was somewhat of the throwback towards the doo wop era of the prior decade. These were known just as the Marvelows previous in their profession (see separate access), changing their name in 1964 when Jesse Smith became a member of all of those other Chicago Heights, IL-based spirit group’s lineup: Melvin Mason, Willie Stephenson, Frank Paden, and Johnny Paden. Smith was Mason’s wife’s cousin. The group apparently added “Mighty” with their name in order to avoid misunderstandings using the likewise named West Coastline group the Marvellos. It had been not their just name switch, incidentally; these were originally referred to as “the Mystics” — never to become confused using the better-known Mystics who hailed from Brooklyn, NY, “Hushabye” — if they started singing collectively in 1959, however the name may possess brought them fortune as their biggest strike came a 12 months later beneath the fresh moniker. “I REALLY DO” (pop quantity 37/R&B quantity seven) was compiled by the group users like a warm-up track; something to sing to get ready their voices for live show. Around 1966, Jesse Smith remaining the group and was changed by Andrew Thomas. The Mighty Marvelows’ just other solitary of notice was “Each day,” which climbed into towards the R&B Best 30 (quantity 24) in the springtime of 1968. Following singles didn’t chart. ABC/Paramount released their self-titled LP that same 12 months. The Mighty Marvelows ultimately disbanded in 1969, after that reformed briefly in the middle-’70s as an oldies revival group, showing up to execute “I REALLY DO” during CBS-TV’s past due-’70s senior high school episode The White Darkness. In 1982, a live edition of “I REALLY DO” was popular for the J. Geils Music group (pop quantity 24).