Formed in 1970, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A., the Free Movement comprised of:
Godoy Colbert (formerly of The Pilgrim Travelers and The Pharaohs)
Josephine Brown (formerly of The Five Bells of Joy)
The Free Movement were an American R & B vocal group formed in 1970 in Los Angeles, where they began recording some demo material.
Sounding not dis-similar to the Fifth Dimension, the six-member group, Free Movement hit in 1971 with 'I've Found Someone of My Own,' a Top 20 R & B hit on Decca Records.
l to r: cheryl conley, adrian jefferson, josephine brown, jennifer gates, claude jefferson and godoy colbert
The group signed to Columbia Records and released a parent album the following year.
The album reached number 167 on the Billboard 200 and number 26 on the Black Albums chart.
'The Harder I Try (The Bluer I Get)' b / w 'Comin' Home' was the follow-up single peaking at number 49 R & B, number 50 pop in early 1972.
One further 45 was a cover of Stephen Stills' 'Love the One You're With.'
The Free Movement never charted following the release of the second single.
I've Found Someone Of My Own (Columbia Records 1972)