The Free Movement

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The Free Movement was an American R&B vocal group formed in 1970 in Los Angeles.

They issued a hit single, "I've Found Someone of My Own", on Decca Records in 1971 which climbed to #5 in its 24th week on the Hot 100. The following year, the group signed to Columbia to release a full-length album. They managed to chart a second single, but the group had no further success, despite reaching #7 on the Easy Listening Charts. The Columbia LP contains both singles.

Members[edit]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Album US Pop US R&B[1] Record label
1971 I've Found Someone of My Own 167 26 Columbia Records
1996 The Free Movement: Golden Classics - - Collectables Records

Singles[edit]

Year Title Peak chart
positions
Record Label B-side Album
US Pop US AC US R&B
1971 "I've Found Someone of My Own" 5 7 20 Decca Records "I Can't Convince My Heart" I've Found Someone of My Own
"The Harder I Try (The Bluer I Get)" 50 6 49 Columbia Records "Comin' Home"
1972 "Love the One You're With" "Could You Believe in a Dream"
1973 "I Can't Move No Mountains" "Every Step of the Way"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Billboard Albums, Allmusic.com.