Earl-Jean

Earl-Jean
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Earl-Jean

Earl-Jean Biography (Wikipedia)

Earl-Jean Reavis (née McCrea) (born 1942) is an American former pop and R&B singer, who was a member of the Cookies vocal group. Credited as Earl-Jean, she had a solo hit with the original version of "I'm Into Somethin' Good", written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King, and later a bigger hit for Herman's Hermits.

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I'm Into Something Good
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Randy
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