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Patrice Holloway

The Watesians (members of this girl group Brenda Holloway, Patrice Holloway, Pat Hunt and Priscilla Kennedy (who later became known as Eleanore Rigby and had a 1969 release on Amsterdam 85004 - "Father MacKenzie")) 

Donna 1371 - I'll Find Myself A Guy / I Told You Baby – 1962

The Four J's (members Brenda Holloway, Patrice Holloway, Pat Hunt and Priscilla Kennedy)

4-J 506 - Will You Be My Love / Nursery - 1963 

Freddie Romain (former member of The Native Boys) 

Spindletop ? - Be My Girl / Be My Girl (Instrumental) - 1963 (with backing vocals by Brenda Holloway, Patrice Holloway and their cousin Pat Hunt)
Spindletop ? - Be My Girl* / I've Got A Feeling - 1963 *with backing vocals by Brenda Holloway, Patrice Holloway and Pat Hunt)

Patrice Holloway
(born 1948 in Los Angeles, California --- died 1-October-2006 in Los Angeles, California --- cause: heart attack)

Taste 125 - Do The Del Viking (Pt.1) / Do The Del Viking (Pt.2) - 1963 (backing vocals Brenda Holloway)
Jobete (No #) - Those D.J. Shows - 1964 (One Sided Acetate Of Unreleased Track) 
Jobete Music Company Inc. (No #) - He Is The Boy Of My Dreams - 1964 (one sided acetate of unreleased track about Stevie Wonder) - 1964
V. I. P. 25001 - (He Is) The Boy Of My Dreams / Stevie - 1964 (withdrawn - copies do exist)

Brenda & Patrice Holloway

? - Come Into My Palace - 1964 *demo -- previously recorded in 1962  by Lee & The Leopards on Gordy 7002 and was also recorded by The Supremes. Apparently this is the only track of the two sisters singing as a duet.

Patrice Holloway

Capitol 5680 - Stolen Hours / Lucky My Boy – 1966

The Ikettes (members rumoured to be Pat Arnold, Brenda Holloway and Patrice Holloway) after The Ikettes split with Ike Turner over royalties, Ike Turner retained the rights to the group name and he continued to record the group with ever changing personnel.

Phi-Dan 5009 - Down Down / What'cha Gonna Do - 1966

The Belles
(members Sherlie Matthews, Brenda Holloway and Patrice Holloway) on all recordings this was group line-up.While the Mirwood contract lists the members as Sherlie Matthews, Debra Dion, Rose Mary Bailey and Patricia McElroy.  

Mirwood 5505 - Don't Pretend / Word's Can't Explain - 1966  
Mirwood - Cupid's Got A Hold On Me - 1966 (lead vocals by Patrice Holloway this track can be found on a U. K. 2006 Kent CD "The Mirwood Soul Story Volume 2" CDKEND 264)

Patrice Holloway
 

Capitol 5778 - Love And Desire / Ecstasy - 1967
Capitol 5985 - Stay With Your Own Kind / That's All You Got To Do - 1967 

The Brothers and Sisters of Los Angeles (members (The Brothers) Josephy Green, Andrew Herd, Jesse Kirkland, Chester Pipkin, Billy Storm, Ed Wallace, Fred Willis (died 16-October-2006 in Los Angeles, California --- cause: colon cancer) and Don Wyatt. (The Sisters) Shirley Allen, Sherrell Atwood, Ginger Blake, Hazel Carmichael, Merry Clayton, Marjorie Cranford, Oma Drake, Georgette Finchess, Brenda Fitz, Patrice Holloway, Gwen Johnson, Ruby S. Johnson, Gloria Jones, Clydie King, Sherlie Matthews, Barbara Perrault, Julia A. Tilman, Lolietha White, Carolyn Willis and Edna Wright (a.k.a. Sandy Wynns))

Ode 121 - Mighty Quinn / The Chimes Of Freedom – 1969
Ode 123 - The Times They Are A Changin' / Mr. Tambourine Man – 1969

Josie and The Pussycats (members Cathy Dougher, Patrice Holloway and Cherie Moor a.k.a. Cheryl Ladd)

Capitol Creative Products Cp 58-1 - Letter To Mama* / Inside, Outside, Upside Down* - 1970 *Lead Cherie Moor.
Capitol Creative Products Cp 59-2 - With Every Beat Of My Heart* / Josie (And The Pussycats)* - 1970 *Lead Patrice Holloway.
Capitol  Creative Products Cp 60-3 - Voodoo* / If That Isn't Love** - 1970 *Lead Patrice Holloway. **Leads Cathy Dougher And Patrice Holloway.
Capitol Creative Products Cp 61-4 - I Wanna Make You Happy* / It's Gotta Be Him** - 1970 *Lead Cherie Moor. **Lead Patrice Holloway.

The above Four Releases were (Kellogg's Cereal promotional issues) These were mail away 45s. Up to four were offered for 35 each and the coupon from the back of a box of Kellogg's Frosted Flakes.

Josie and The Pussycats (members Cathy Dougher, Patrice Holloway and Cherie Moor a.k.a. Cheryl Ladd)

Capitol 2967 - Every Beat Of My Heart* / It's Alright With Me - 1970 (*Same Song As Cp 59-2 But With A Slightly Different Title And A Mono Mix) Lead On Both Sides Patrice Holloway.
Capitol 3045 - Stop, Look And Listen* / You've Come A Long Way, Baby*- 1971 *Lead Patrice Holloway.

Patrice Holloway
Capitol 3176 - Evidence* / That's The Chance You Gotta Take  - 1971*Also Recorded In 1971 By The Sweet Inspirations On
Capitol 3265 - Black Mother Goose* / That's The Chance You Gotta Take - 1972 *Also Recorded In 1971 By Sam Nesbitt On Amos 154. 

Lp's

Capitol 665 - Josie And The Pussycats - ?
Tracks: Every Beat Of My Heart (Patrice Holloway), La La La If I Had You (Cheryl Ladd), Stop, Look And Listen (Patrice Holloway), Handclapping Song (Patrice Holloway), I'll Be There (Cathy Dougher and Cheryl Ladd), You've Come A Long Way, Baby (Patrice Holloway), They Long To Be Close To You (Cheryl Ladd), Roadrunner (Patrice Holloway/Cheryl Ladd/Cathy Dougher), Lie, Lie, Lie (Cheryl Ladd), It Don't Matter To Me (Cheryl Ladd).