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Sinnamon is an American female R&B and dance music vocal trio consisting of Barbara Fowler and Marsha Carter from Connecticut and Melissa Bell from New York. Their greatest success occurred in 1982 when their song "Thanks To You", which was mixed by Shep Pettibone, and notable for its early use of electronic hand clapping and the introduction of the dub sensibility in disco music, spent two weeks at #1 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart.

Their song "I Need You Now" features uncredited guest vocals by Bernard Fowler from Peech Boys.




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