The Dynamics

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For the soul music vocal group formerly known as the Dynamics, see The Dramatics.

The Dynamics were an American R&B group from Detroit, Michigan.

The Dynamics formed in the late 1960s, and were managed by Ted White, who married Aretha Franklin.[1] The group released two full-length albums and charted three hits on the U.S. R&B charts in 1973-74.

Their first album was recorded in Memphis and featured a number of Memphis session musicians - Reggie Young on guitar, Bobby Emmons on organ, Bobby Wood on piano, Mick Leach on bass, and Gene Chrisman on drums.


  • Isaac "Zeke" Harris
  • George White
  • Fred Baker
  • Samuel Stevenson
  • Zerben R. Hicks

The Dynamics are Still going strong with their second re-release of First landing and their New Album"Dynamic Rebirth". the Present Members are.

  • Thomas "Skip" Winburn.
  • Carnell"Silver" Butler Sr.
  • Leon"Sonny"James.


Charting singles[edit]

  • "Funkey Key" (1973) R&B #49[3]
  • "What a Shame" (1973) R&B #40[3]
  • "She's for Real (Bless You)" R&B #92[3]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ The Dynamics at Allmusic
  2. ^ Billboard,
  3. ^ a b c Billboard Singles,