Ernie & Jean Terrell – Grandpa's House. Label: Calla Records – C-7132. Written-By – Ernie Terrell. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.
Muhammad Ali vs. Ernie Terrell was a professional boxing match contested on February 6, 1967, for the WBA & WBC Heavyweight Championship. The fight went 15 rounds, with Ali winning through a unanimous decision. Before the fight, Terrell taunted Ali by referring to him by his former name "Cassius Clay". During a pre-fight interview in ABC studios, a physical altercation ensued between the two due to Terrell's taunts - in which Ali referred to Terrell as "Uncle Tom".
Easy is an album recorded by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell, and released by Motown Records on September 16, 1969 under the Tamla Records label. One song on the album, "Good Lovin' Ain't Easy To Come By", was a hit single and remains popular to this day. Terrell had been ill, suffering from complications caused by a brain tumor, since the fall of 1967
He was 75. His death was first reported by the Chicago Sun-Times. The tall, rangy Mr. Terrell was one of the leading heavyweights of the 1960s, but he was overshadowed throughout his career by the charismatic Al. n 1964, Ali - then fighting under his original name of Cassius Clay - won the heavyweight championship by defeating Sonny Liston. His sister, Jean Terrell, was part of the group before replacing Diana Ross as lead singer with the Supremes in 1970. Mr. Terrell returned to the boxing ring in 1970 and fought until 1973, retiring with a record of 46-9. He never had another shot at the heavyweight title.
Jean Terrell (born Velma Jean Terrell, November 26, 1944 in Belzoni, Mississippi) is an American R&B and jazz singer. She replaced Diana Ross as the lead singer of The Supremes in January 1970. Early life and career. She is the sister of the former WBA heavyweight boxing champion, Ernie Terrell, who fought Muhammad Ali. Moving from Belzoni, Mississippi to Chicago for a better life at an early age, Jean Terrell was guided by her family to sing, and it was in the late 1960s that she and her brother formed a group called Ernie Terrell and the Heavyweights. The Love Album - Soul For Lovers released: Rare Soul & Disco, Volume 4 (disc 1). Released 2010.
Jean Terrell born Velma Jean Terrell November 26 1944 in Belzoni Mississippi is an American RB and jazz singer She replaced Diana Ross as the lead sing. Occupation(s) Singer Siblings Ernie Terrell Years active 1969–present. Born November 26, 1944 (age 71) Belzoni, Mississippi, . 1944-11-26) Labels Motown (1970–1973) A&M Records (1978) Associated acts Ernie Terrell and the Heavyweights, The Supremes, Former Ladies of the Supremes Music groups The Supremes (1970 – 1973), Former Ladies of the Supremes (1986 – 1992) Similar People Cindy Birdsong, Lynda Laurence, Scherrie Payne, Mary Wilson, Susaye Greene. Jean terrell teaches how to belt out a song. An album called Bouncing Back was scheduled to be released but the label ran into financial difficulties before it could be released. The album eventually was released by various labels.
He was 75. His sister Lovie Mickens confirmed the death. She said he had dementia. Terrell was also a gifted singer with a sweet pop tenor. While still in high school he formed a singing group, Ernie Terrell and His Heavyweights, with several of his brothers and sisters. One of his sisters was Jean Terrell, who in 1970 replaced Diana Ross as the lead vocalist in the Supremes. The group recorded a handful of Terrell’s own compositions. In 1974 Terrell married Maxine Sibley, who survives him.
Album · 2012 · 13 Songs. Your Love Keeps Lifting Me. Jean Terrell, Scherrie Payne, Lynda Laurence & The Originals. 13 Songs, 1 Hour 4 Minutes. Released: 25 Nov 2012. More By Jean Terrell.
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