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We remember Marvin Junior, lead singer of The “Mighty, Mighty” Dells. Junior passed away this week from kidney failure and complications of heart disease. Junior was the two-punch in the one-two vocal punch of falsetto Johnnie Carter followed by the emotional baritone lead of Junior. That combination helped make million-sellers out of the hit songs Give Your Baby A Standing Ovation, The Love We Had Stays On My Mind, Stay In My Corner, Always Together and Oh What A Night. Their comeback hit, A Heart Is A House For Love, was featured in Robert Townsend's film The Five Heartbeats, which was based loosely on The Dells. The group served as technical advisors on the classic film. The Dells kept an active touring schedule for nearly 60 years until the death of Johnnie Carter and illness struck Junior and Bass Singer Chuck Barksdale. Marvin Junior was 77-years old.