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    Singer/keyboardist Booker Newberry III was a member of mid-'70s soul groups Sweet Thunder ("Baby I Need Your Love Today")…

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  9. funk, soul, rhythm and blues
    From,

    New Jersey
    United States.

    started in 1968
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    Members;…

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