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Old 09-08-2017, 02:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Nice idea,but there are many names that should be added to this library if you really want it to have S-O-U-L...if I may-The Ambassadors..Atlantic Starr..Angela Bofil..Brook Benton..Barbara Mason..Billy Stewart..The Coasters..The Dells..The Delfonics..The Dramatics..Archie Bell An The Drells..The Artistics..The Ebonys..Bobby Blue Bland..Gene Chandler..The O'Jays..The Moments..The Manhattans..The Impressions..Maze..Earth-Wind-Fire..Barry White..The Four Tops..The Five Stairsteps..Betty Everett..Walter Jackson,just to name a few.
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Old 09-08-2017, 05:22 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Go ahead and start those threads then, and I'm sure he'll edit them into the OP
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Old 03-22-2019, 12:56 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Clean Gene Chandler,a soul legend out of the windy city of Chicago started his career as a member of the group-The Dukays who had some minor success with-Kissin In The Kitchen-Night Owl-Festival Of Love,but it was their recording of-Duke Of Earl with Gene on lead that should've put em over except that Gene left as a solo artist and had much success,with such gems as-Just Be True-Nothing Can Stop Me-Fooled You This Time-A Song Called Soul-Man's Temptation-Rainbow 65-What Now,and he didn't stop in the Seventies or the Eighties with hits-Groovy Situation-Not The Marrying Kind-Does She Have A Friend For Me-Get Down..A True Soul Legend!
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Old 05-06-2019, 01:47 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I really enjoy this post,so if I may add a great but seldom mentioned artist from the Sixties-Seventies..Major Lance,who came along in the early Sixties with a little song called-Delila which didn't do much but his next one did-Monkey Time and it was hit after hit for the Major through the 60's..Um Um Um Um Um Um-Rhythm-The Matador-Think Nothing About It-Hey Little Girl-Come See-Girls-Sweet Music-Sometimes I Wonder-Gonna Get Married-An't It A Shame..and he kept it going in the Seventies with-Stay Away From Me-Since I Lost My Baby's Love-Chicago Disco-Girl Come On Home..a great dancer as well made his live performances special..one of the coolest ever-Major Lance!
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