Formed 1963 in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
The Incredibles comprised of:
Cal Waymon (b. 1942, Houston, Texas, U.S.A.) lead vocals
Carl Gilbert (b. 1943, Toledo, Ohio, U.S.A.)
Alda Denise Edwards (a.k.a Alda Denise Erwin, b. St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A.)
Jean Smith (b. 1945, Arkansas, U.S.A.)
Alda Denise Edwards was a member, previously, of The Vi-Dels.
She met Carl Gilbert and Jean Smith while at Jefferson High School.
Cal Waymon was the writer and producer for the group.
He had lived in New York prior to relocating to Los Angeles and assembling the group.
The Incredibles were musically active during the mid Sixties.
i can't get over losing your love b/w i love you for sentimental reasons - 1966 / heart and soul b/w i found another love - 1967
In 1966, they signed to the Audio Arts imprint, releasing 'I Can't Get Over Losing Your Love' b/w '(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons'.
They switched labels to the Stateside imprint for 'There's Nothing Else To Say' b/w 'Heart And Soul' in 1967.
At Audio Arts they re-released 'Heart & Soul' b/w 'I Found Another Love', the same year, followed by 'Standing Here Crying' b/w 'All Of A Sudden' in 1968, and 'Fool, Fool, Fool (Love Has Made A Fool Of Me)' b/w 'Stop The Raindrops (I've Got The Blues)' in 1969.
heart & soul - 1969
The groups only album, entitled 'Heart and Soul', was released in 1969, also on the Audio Arts imprint.
Around 1969, the group added a new member, Don Rae Simpson, from Montreal, Canada.
In 1974, the group released 'There's Nothing Else To Say Baby' b/w 'Another Dirty Deal' on the Contempo-raries label.
Heart & Soul (Audio Arts Records 1969)