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1970, the song became an instant pop smash reaching #3 in the US and #1 in the UK; it also gave Payne her first gold record . [ 4 ] [ 6 ] Global sales were estimated at two million. [ 6 ] An album of the same name proved to be fairly successful as well. [ 4 ] Other Invictus singles included

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Band of Gold (Freda Payne song) print that page


they had with Motown . Ron Dunbar was a staff employee and producer for Invictus. According to Freda Payne [ 1 ] , Dunbar actually contributed to the song. However, Edythe Wayne was never seen or heard and is most likely an alias for HDH. When they first offered the song to Freda Payne

John Constable print that pageTimeline of John Constable


His most famous paintings include Dedham Vale of 1802 and The Hay Wain of 1821. Although his paintings are now among the most popular and valuable in British art, he was never financially successful and did not become a member of the establishment until he was elected to the Royal Academy

H.M.S. Pinafore print that page


The story takes place aboard the British ship H.M.S. Pinafore . The captain 's daughter, Josephine, is in love with a lower-class sailor , Ralph Rackstraw, although her father intends her to marry Sir Joseph Porter, the First Lord of the Admiralty . She abides by her father's wishes at first

Incest in popular culture print that page

Besides this, incest is sometimes mentioned or described in mainstream, non-erotic fiction. Connotations can be negative, positive, or neutral. Contents 1 Literature 1.1 Incestuous families in fiction 1.2 Sibling incest in fiction 1.2.1 Fantasy fiction 1.2.2 Science-fiction

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Scherrie Payne print that page

Prior to her tenure with The Supremes , Scherrie Payne was the lead singer for a group known as The Glass House. Other group members included Ty Hunter (later with The Originals ), Pearl Jones, and Larry Mitchell. This was a group signed to the Invictus Label, formed by former Motown songwriters

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The Supremes print that page


reverted to The Supremes . After 1972, the lineup changed more frequently; Lynda Laurence , Scherrie Payne , and Susaye Greene all became members of the group during the mid-1970s. The Supremes disbanded in 1977 after an 18-year run. Contents 1 History 1.1 Origins 1.2 Impact

Cliff Richard print that pageTimeline of Cliff Richard


Sir Cliff Richard , OBE (born Harry Rodger Webb ; 14 October 1940) [ 1 ] is a British pop singer, musician, performer, actor, entrepreneur and philanthropist, who has sold over an estimated 250 million records worldwide. [ 2 ] With his backing group The Shadows , Richard, originally positioned

Lou Rawls print that pageTimeline of Lou Rawls


January 6, 2006 ( 2006-01-06 ) (aged 72) Los Angeles, California , U.S. Interred: Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale , California Genres R&B , soul , jazz , blues Occupations Singer , actor , voice actor Years active 1950s–2006 Louis Allen "Lou" Rawls (December 1, 1933

Mary Wilson (singer) print that page


much interest in 1973, both Terrell and Laurence departed from the group. Wilson enlisted Scherrie Payne , Freda Payne 's younger sister, and welcomed back Cindy Birdsong to carry on the group. It took nearly two years for Motown to produce new recording contracts for the Supremes, during