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One night on the road Tammi left Brown after he mercilessly beat her for not watching his entire performance. Tammi left him because she didn't want her butt whipped", said Bennett.
Bobby Bennett, former member of the Famous Flames, witnessed the assault. After this tenure ended, Terrell signed with Checker Records and released the Bert Berns-produced "If I Would Marry You", a duet with Jimmy Radcliffe, which Terrell co-composed.
With Gaye, Terrell scored seven Top 40 singles on the Billboard Hot 100, including "Ain't No Mountain High Enough", "Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing" and "You're All I Need to Get By".The song became a crossover pop hit in the spring of 1967, reaching No. While Terrell was finally being established as a star, the migraines and headaches she had suffered from childhood were becoming more constant.While she complained of pains, she insisted to people close to her that she was well enough to perform.Following this relative failure, Terrell announced a semi-retirement from the music business and enrolled in the University of Pennsylvania where she majored in pre-med, staying at the school for two years.In the middle of this, Terrell was asked by Jerry Butler to sing with him in a series of shows in nightclubs.