The Contours, a Detroit-based R&B group, had a string of hits in the 1960s that included "Do You Love Me" (1962, 1988 remake) for which they are best remembered.
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- Do You Love Me 1962
(This song later also became a hit for the Dave Clark Five (1964) and Andy Fraser (1984) and also recharted for the Contours (1988).)
- First I Look At The Purse 1965
(This song was written by Smokey Robinson and Robert Rogers.)
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