Creadel "Red" Jones
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Creadel "Red" Jones (September 26, 1940 – August 25, 1994) was an original member of the Chicago recording group known as The Chi-Lites. His distinctive bass voice was one of the group's trademarks, and was heard on many of their hits, such as "Are You My Woman","I Like Your Lovin',(Do You Like Mine)", "(For God's Sake) Give More Power to the People," and "Oh Girl". He left the group in the mid-1970s and was replaced by Stanley Anderson. He made a brief return in 1980. Jones left for good in 1990 and died four years later.
- Chi-Lites official website
Chi Lites Soul Music Fund Drive To Fight Music Icon Exploitation http://www.youcaring.com/memorial-fundraiser/fight-exploitation-to-legendary-music-icons-/175640
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