Freddie Pool - I Ain't Been Licked - REMIX

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Freddie Pool - I Ain’t Been Licked | Altair Records | REMIX

This track has the Valerie Simpson SEAL OF APPROVAL

The THREE DEGREES singer’s beautiful version of this Ashford & Simpson song. 7 Classic mixes produced by Rick Gianatos

7 tracks including mixes from Sakis Gravvanis,Rinaldo Montezz & David Strong

Freddie Pool - I Ain’t Been Licked | Altair Records |


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Producer Rick Gianatos first met Freddie when recording SISTERS UNITED single as FLOS, Scherrie, Lynda and Freddie. Then, when he produced DREAMGIRLS DANCE PROJECT, he had her sing lines on it as she did in SISTERS UNITED.

Now, they’ve gotten together on a single for SUPREME VOICES. I AIN’T BEEN LICKED Is the Diana Ross track, written by Ashford and Simpson.  Co-produced by Rinaldo Montezz.


Freddie Pool began her entertainment career in the mid-1960s, as a member of the girl group: THE DELICATES. They recorded several singles for the Challenge, Soultown, and Pulsar Record labels. Etta James was an early mentor to the group and took them on the road as her opening act. Previously, Pool had caught the attention of Motown Records founder, Berry Gordy, who invited her to record a demo for his company. She recorded a tune entitled "Crying," which featured Brenda Holloway & Frank Wilson on backup vocals, and was produced by Hal Davis & Marc Gordon. Gordy expressed an interest in signing Pool to a solo deal but she opted not to accept the offer. She preferred to stay with The Delicates, who she continued to perform with until the early '70s.


In the late '70s, Pool went on to become a member of: WILD HONEY, the female backup group for Ron Townson (of The 5th Dimension.) Her groupmates were future R&B star: Vesta Williams, and Mary Flowers. The act performed in some of the most elite venues on the Vegas circuit with the likes of: Jean Terrell (former lead singer of The Supremes), and Ben Vereen. Before disbanding in the early '80s, the group recorded tracks for an unreleased album project.


Throughout the '70s, '80s, and into the '90s, Pool provided backup vocals for artists such as: James Cleveland, Lola Falana, Sammy Davis Jr, Lisa Stansfield, and Gladys Knight. She also was one of the original cast members of the show group: MOTOR CITY MAGIC.


Pool was a beloved member of F.L.O.S. (Former Ladies Of The Supremes) from 1996-2009, completing the trio and helping to continue the legacy of the iconic group. She toured the world over, providing the act with an undeniable magnetic energy and presence.


In January 2011, Pool made her debut as a member of: THE THREE DEGREES, the longest running female vocal group in history. This has become an exciting new chapter in her illustrious career, which continues currently.

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