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The Ovations

Despite having only 1 TOP R&B hit, the Ovations were an excellent Southern spirit trio. The initial group highlighted Louis Williams and produced some very nice ballads which were sung therefore vividly and stated in such fresh fashion they hardly ever reached the wider spirit marketplace. Though they reached the R&B graphs twice through the past due ’60s (with “It’s Great to Maintain Appreciate” and “Me and My Creativity”), the group ultimately disbanded. By 1971, a fresh trio acquired resurfaced, with previous Nightingales Rochester Neal, Costs Davis, and Quincy Billops, Jr. A remake of Sam Cooke’s “Having a celebration” in 1973 provided them their lone TOP R&B hit.

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