Fuzz, The (4)

Also known as Fuzz
Members of Fuzz, The (4): Sheila Young

Discography of Fuzz, The (4):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 I Love You For All Seasons 2 Audio 1971 Calla Records
2 The Fuzz 13 Audio 1971
3 Like An Open Door / Leave It All Behind Me 2 Audio 1972 Calla Records
4 The Fuzz 13 Audio 1971 Calla Records
5 I'm So Glad 2 Audio 1971 Calla Records
6 I'm So Glad / All About Love 2 Audio 1974 Pye International
7 Like An Open Door / Leave It All Behind Me 2 Audio 1972 Roulette Records
8 I Love You For All Seasons 2 Audio 1971 Calla Records
9 Te Quiero En Todo Momento 2 Audio 1971 Columbia
10 I Love You For All Seasons 2 Audio 1971 Roulette Records
11 I'm So Glad / Like An Open Door 2 Audio 1971 Roulette Records
12 Do Just What You Can 2 Audio 1972 Calla Records
13 I Love You For All Seasons 2 Audio 1971 Roulette Records
14 I'm So Glad / All About Love 2 Audio 1974-06-07 Pye International
15 I Love You For All Seasons 2 Audio Collectables
16 I Love You For All Seasons 2 Audio 1971 Calla Records
17 I'm So Glad 2 Audio 1974 Pye International
18 The Fuzz 13 Audio 1972 Roulette Records


The Fuzz was an American vocal trio from Washington, D.C. comprised of [a=Sheila Young] (born 08/16/1951), Barbara Gilliam (aka [a=Roberta Gilliam]; born 08/16/1952 - died 08/04/2008), and Val Williams (born 03/26/1952). They started out in 1970 as The Passionettes, but changed their name when they signed to Calla Records in 1971.

Their self-titled debut came out that year, and the single "I Love You For All Seasons" went Top 10 R&B and peaked at #21 on the US Billboard Pop Singles chart.The follow-up single, "Like An Open Door", hit #14 on the R&B charts, but further singles had no success and the group split up in 1972.


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