The Fuzz ‎– S/T - 1971 Soul - Original US LP

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The Fuzz ‎– The Fuzz

Calla Records ‎– SC-2001
Vinyl, LP, Album

Record is VG+ VG++ has some wear (listen to our copy)

Cover is VG+ has ringwear, a punched hole on top right corner edges and spine wear and cornerwear (see our pic)

Record comes in original Calla label printed inner sleeve VG+ VG++ has a punched hole in top right corner

Funk / Soul, Pop







A1 I Think I Got The Making Of A True Love Affair (Prelude) 2:32
A2 I Think I Got The Making Of A True Love Affair 2:29
A3 I'm So Glad (Prelude) 0:42
A4 I'm So Glad 2:41
A5 All About Love (Prelude) 0:45
A6 All About Love 2:53
A7 It's All Over (Prelude) 0:44
A8 It's All Over 3:33


B1 Like An Open Door 2:27
B2 Search Your Mind 3:05
B3 Leave It All Behind Me 3:00
B4 Ooh Baby Baby 5:32
B5 I Love You For All Seasons 2:55






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Manufactured By – Roulette Records, Inc.
Distributed By – Roulette Records, Inc.






Arranged By – Joe Tate
Design [Cover] – Ely Besalel
Liner Notes – Carroll "Mr. C." Hynson
Photography By [Besalel Ltd.] – Warren Flagler
Producer – Carr Cee Productions
Written-By – Tate (tracks: A2, A4, A6), Young (tracks: A2, A4, A6, A8), Sheila Young (tracks: B1, B3, B5)




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Matrix / Runout (A): 2001A
Matrix / Runout (B): 2001B




The Fuzz was an American female vocal trio from Washington, D.C.. They started out in 1970 as The Passionettes, but changed their name when they signed to Calla Records in 1971.[1] Their self-titled debut album, which came out that year, was significant in that it was one of the first "concept" albums by a female artist and interspersed monologues (then referred to as "raps") and musical selections, built around a theme comparing love to the four seasons. Further, most of the songs were written by a group member (Shelia Young). The group had a great influence on the style Love Unlimited would later popularize under the tutelage of Barry White. The single "I Love You for All Seasons" went Top 10 on the US Billboard R&B chart and peaked at #21 on the US Billboard Hot 100.[2] The follow-up single, "Like an Open Door", hit #14 on the R&B chart, and after releasing two more singles with little or no success, they disbanded in 1972.[3] The group reunited in the 1990s and performed at the Art Leboe Concert Hall in California with a new member on September 11, 2010, more than two years after the death of Barbara Gilliam, and with Val Williams and two new members at The WAVE’s Love Affair Concert at Honda Center, Anaheim, California on February 11, 2017.

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Condition Used
Format LP
Label Calla Records
Color Black