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The Detroit group the Royals had recorded "Every Beat of My Heart" and, when their lead singer, Lawson Smith, was drafted, Hank Ballard was invited to step in. He wrote their first rhythm-and-blues hit, "Get It" (1953). Their success led to confusion with another group, the Five Royales, so they became first the Midnighters and then Hank Ballard and the Midnighters. Ballard developed a very entertaining show band and his influence on James Brown and the Famous Flames, who also recorded for King Records, has been acknowledged by Brown himself.


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