Truth was a Cleveland group created by ex-O’Jay Bobby Massey that formed about 1976; the initial lineup contains Larry Hancock, Leo Green, Al Boyd, and Russell W. They slice “Excedrin Headaches #24” b/w “KEEP COMING BACK House” on Audio of Cleveland Record, the second option, a ballad compiled by Massey, Boyd, and Walter Johnson, clones the O’Jays’ dramatic ballad audio. Truth’s members had been musical veterans. Hancock published “Focusing on Your Case,” for the O’Jays in-between research at Thomas Edison Large, and later documented “Gotta Get Myself a woman” and “Pleased I CAME ACROSS You” using the Intertains on Uptown Information (1966-1967); he fronted S.O.U.L. in the first ’70s (“THESE TIMES”). Boyd and Green began using the Imperial Miracles, a flashy group patterned following the Temptations who documented great but neglected music including “Looking to get for you,” “Changed Around Over You,” and “Only a Desire”; Boyd also sung using the Rotations, who released several singles. When Otis Williams booted Dennis Edwards from your Temptations in 1977, Edwards relocated to Cleveland and gigged at his past due Uncle’s construction organization. He teamed with Massey and Truth users for just one helluva street show including Margaret Foxworth. They documented Arriving House on Devaki Information; two singles, “Understanding” and “Arriving House,” both co-written by Edwards, received some regional play. When it strike the streets, just Hancock and Green had been within the cover. The liner records say that may Thomas, William Grover, Phil Coghill, Doris Wallace, and Foxworth helped on vocals. In fact, Wallace only do a talking component on “Arriving House”; she didn’t sing. People on the periods insist that W and Boyd also added vocals. Coghill acquired sung using the short-lived Accurate Movement (“Lovely Method to meet up”), who advanced into Avatarr (“I’m So Happy I CAME ACROSS You”). It didn’t matter, the singles hardly ever clicked nationally and didn’t make that big of the splash in Cleveland. When Edwards came back towards the Temptations he took “Arriving House,” which made an appearance on the Power record as “I’m Arriving Home,” using the composing credited towards the Temptations. Hmmmm? By 1980, Truth was background. Hancock remained involved with music and provides appeared within a Broadway play. Boyd became an employee article writer at Motown; his biggest cut was “Shaky Surface” over the Temptations, a melody Phoebe Snow had taken to sustained heights. Foxworth supported Reverend Al Green sometimes, something she do before Truth, and went a club in Cleveland. Others became Joe lunchtime buckets.