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Undisputed Truth's initial lineup of Joe Harris, Billie Calvin and Brenda Evans were easily accessible; a later edition with Harris, Tyrone Berkeley, Tyrone Douglas, Calvin Stephenson and Virginia McDonald was an acquired taste. This 20-song compilation contains tracks from each lineup. From the stalking "Smiling Faces Sometimes," to the psychedelic "Overload," they're here, including their original rendition of "Papa Was A Rolling Stone," that stiffed months before the Temptations' version received so much love it won a Grammy. Contains many unsung heroes, like the rocking "Mama I Got A Bring New Thing," the stompin' "Big John Is My Name," and acid influenced mutha's "UFO's," and "Spaced Out." Plus Billie and Brenda's cooing two part harmonies above Joe's clear-as-a-bell baritone on "Save My Love For A Rainy Day," and the thought provoking "You Make Your Own Heaven And Hell Right Here On Earth."


Formed: 1970

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s

It's not exactly fair to peg the Undisputed Truth as a one-hit wonder, because they did have a few hits for Motown in the first half of the 1970s (albeit only one big one), as well as made half a dozen albums for the label. Still, it's not that far from the truth. Nothing else they did matched the strength of "Smiling Faces Sometimes," which made number three in 1971. Crafted by Norman Whitfield, Motown's most adventurous producer of the time, it employed the funk-psychedelic guitars and ominous,...
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