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Its Gonna Work Out Fine - Various - Soul Stars 14 Swinging Soul Hits (CD)

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  1. Ready Or Not – Thom Bell’s Philly Soul Arrangements & Productions – Various Artists – CD Album £ Stone Crush: Memphis Modern Soul – – Various Artists – CD Album.
  2. Sep 16,  · Stylish, soulful and ready to get the party started, this Swing and Rat Pack function band have put together a set list to include an eclectic mixture of classic swing and pop to cater for guests.
  3. Complete song listing of Booker T. & The MG's on abhinlowilsocourrubinnutingmanso.xyzinfo COVID We are currently operating in a limited manner. Due to social-distancing practices and increased order volume, please expect longer than usual wait times & shipping delays.
  4. The '60s, for these purposes, extend back to definitive hits by Ray Charles and Barrett Strong; the '70s of soul peter out sometime around , with a final appearance courtesy of the Manhattans' aptly named "Kiss and Say Goodbye," from By then, the vocal intensity of soul was taking a back seat to the new and slicker beats of funk /5(17).
  5. Jul 31,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Various Artists - The Best 50s Soul (FULL ALBUM - BEST OF SOUL MUSIC) YouTube Motown Singles Collection with pictures - Duration: Greg Schulz , views.
  6. Early material from stars who helped create Hitsville U.S.A., like Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and the Supremes, is showcased here, along with the work of many other major household names.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of 50 Hits Of Soul (That's Soul Music) on Discogs.
  8. out of 5 stars not the strongest in the series Reviewed in the United States on November 8, These "Soul Hits of the 70s" compilations from Rhino were almost all wonderful, packed with great songs that bring back great memories of that weird and wonderful decade/5(4).
  9. The guys at the UK label Kent have delivered another winner here in the Birth of Soul series. Like the others in the series, you get a good mix of minor hits ("A Quiet Place" by Garnet Mimms, "Untie Me" by the Tams), early sides by future stars ("Don't Feel Sorry For Me" by Jimmy Ruffin, "Shorty's Got to Go" by the Impressions), early Northern soul sides ("The Palm of Your Hand" by Chuck /5(8).

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