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She added theatrical credits to her repertoire: she understudied Leslie Uggams for the Broadway show Hallelujah Baby in 1967, [6] and appeared with the Equity Theatre in a production of Lost in the Stars . [ citation needed ] In 1969, her old friends back home in Detroit, Brian Holland , Lamont Dozier , and Edward Holland, Jr. , persuaded her to sign with their newly formed record label Invictus . [4] During that same year, her first Invictus single, "Unhooked Generation" (a minor R&B hit), was released. [7] Shortly thereafter, Eddie Holland offered her a song entitled " Band of Gold ", which he along with Brian Holland and Lamont Dozier co-wrote (under the pen name Edythe Wayne) with Ronald Dunbar. [7] In early 1970, the song became an instant pop smash reaching #3 in the US and #1 in the UK for six consecutive weeks; it also gave Payne her first gold record . [4] [6] Global sales were estimated at two million. [6] An album of the same name proved to be fairly successful as well. [4] Other Invictus singles included "Deeper and Deeper", "You Brought the Joy", and the Vietnam War protest song " Bring the Boys Home " ( . Billboard Hot 100 #12, 1971; her second gold record. [6] [7] Her other Invictus albums were Contact (1971), The Best of Freda Payne (1972, a compilation which included four new, unissued songs), and her last Invictus album Reaching Out (1973). [4]


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