Talk:Ball of Confusion (That's What the World Is Today)

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Nothing I really want to change on the main page here because I really do not know correctly where the information fits.

But there was another group that also recorded this song, with much of the backround music too. That would be because this group was close to Whitman and Gordy.

The group is "The Undisputed Truth". The truth is, they recorded, other than a hit with "Smiling Faces", but a better version of Ball of Confusion better than the Temptations.

The Undisputed Truth's version, Joe Harris supplied the edge. Brenda Joyce Evans and Billie Rae Calvin softened it with their harmony. It's a great recording if you can find it.

Davetopper

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