Atlanta, GA’s best-kept key, the Naturals, stomped over the picture seeking popularity and lot of money in the first ’70s, fashioning themselves following the Temptations as well as the Chi-lites. The lineup contains Johnny Simon (initial tenor), Robert Fitzpatrick Jr. (bass), Michael Williams (second tenor), and William Thomas aka as Gilmore (baritone). Simon was an excellent vocalist/showman whose falsetto sounded just like the Chi-lite’s Eugene Record and his organic like Marvin Gaye; Simon previously fronted the Wallace Brothers. The Naturals’ initial break emerged via Quadran Information situated on Martin Luther Ruler Blvd, close to the AU Middle, home towards the city’s many African-American colleges. Four people possessed Quadran: Doc Taylor, Kenneth Woods, Harold and Calvin bka Dolomite. Another Quadran musician was a spirit/funk music group name Hellphenia who became Brick of “Dusic” popularity. “Da, Da, Da, Da, Da I REALLY LIKE You,” compiled by Simon, b/w “This Loneliness” lowered in 1971 and produced some local sound, raising their gigs and urged future efforts. Looking for even more clout, they contracted with Nate McCalla’s Calla Information, a subsidiary of Morris Levy’s Roulette Information. How had been they to learn that Levy under no circumstances paid anyone as well as the Naturals wouldn’t become any exclusion? The Dec 1971 Calla launch “I CANNOT Talk about You,” a Charles White colored composition, was supported with Simon, Fitzpatrick, and Thomas’ “Adolescent Era”; it became popular in a few areas and do quite well over the R&B graph. Therefore well, the Naturals, their supervisor, and songwriter Light trekked to NY to meet up Mr. Levy and Mr. McCalla searching for royalties. Plus they had been rudely informed that that they had nothing at all coming; they still left without obtaining a cent. Whipped however, not beaten, they continuing singing around city and arrived a cope with Shout Information in 1974; the agreement led to two produces. The initial was a two-sided remake lay out November 1974, a rendition of Tommy Adam & the Shondells’ “Crystal Blue Persuasion” as the A, as well as the Winston’s “Color Me Dad” up to date as the B. Their following single, “Cool Time in Hell,” out August 1974 didn’t chug the storage compartments either plus they disbanded. Simon transferred to California and became a member of pushes with Kenny Stover, Barbara Thomas, and Sonia Cup and toured as Marvin Gaye’s support vocalists. Soon after, Simon and Stover, along with Allen Few, produced Leo’s Sunlight (all three men had been Leos) to record WE ARE IN NEED OF ONE ANOTHER for Lyons Information, the record spun just a little strike call “Provide Me sunlight.” Unfortunately, Simon passed away of cancer as the record was happening. Only four music had been finished; it was completed and released. Shedding Simon therefore tragically finished Leo’s Sunshine.