The Fuzz (4)

The Fuzz (4)

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The Fuzz was an American vocal trio from Washington, D.C. comprised of Sheila Young (born 08/16/1951), Barbara Gilliam (aka Roberta Gilliam; born 08/16/1952 - died 08/04/2008), and Val Williams (born 03/26/1952). They started out in 1970 as The Passionettes, but changed their name when they signed to Calla Records in 1971.

Their self-titled debut came out that year, and the single "I Love You For All Seasons" went Top 10 R&B and peaked at #21 on the US Billboard Pop Singles chart.The follow-up single, "Like An Open Door", hit #14 on the R&B charts, but further singles had no success and the group split up in 1972.
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The Fuzz (4) Discography

Albums

The Fuzz (4) The Fuzz (Album) Calla Records UK 1971 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

The Fuzz (4) I'm So Glad (Single) Calla Records US 1971 Sell This Version
The Fuzz (4) I Love You For All Seasons (Single) Calla Records US 1971 Sell This Version
21003 The Fuzz (4) The Fuzz(7") RCA Victor 21003 Brazil 1971 Sell This Version
The Fuzz (4) Like An Open Door / Leave It All Behind Me (Single) Calla Records UK 1971 Sell This Version
C-183 The Fuzz (4) Do Just What You Can(7", Single) Calla Records C-183 US 1972 Sell This Version
P 1230 The Fuzz (4) / Etta James The Fuzz (4) / Etta James - I Love You For All Seasons / I'd Rather Go Blind(7") Phase II P 1230 US Unknown Sell This Version

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