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In 1965 Clay signed with One-derful! Records in Chicago , to make secular recordings. [5] After releasing a series of gospel-tinged soul records, his first hit came in 1967 with "That's How It Is (When You're In Love)", which reached # 34 on the US Billboard R&B chart , followed by "A Lasting Love" (# 48 R&B). [6] In 1968 the record company folded and his contract was bought by Atlantic Records , who launched their subsidiary Cotillion label with Clay's version of the Sir Douglas Quintet hit, "She's About A Mover", produced at the FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals . The record became Clay's biggest pop hit, reaching # 97 on the Billboard Hot 100 (# 47 R&B). However, follow-ups on Cotillion, including "Hard Working Woman" produced by Syl Johnson , and "Is It Over?" produced by Willie Mitchell in Memphis , were less successful. [4] [6]

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