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Among the most sampled groups of the 60's and 70's, The Meters quickly strut ahead from their 1969 debut 'Josie LP' to 1970's 'Struttin' and 77's 'New Directions.'
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The 1980 release of “Winelight,” Washington’s million-selling debut for Elektra Records marked a state change in the crossover appeal of what became known worldwide as ‘smooth jazz.’
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Back in '69, the Emotions hit their first Top 10 R&B Hit with "So I Can Love You."
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The 1972 release of two consecutive ‘tell-it-like-it-is’ ballads – “I Miss You” and “If You Don’t Know Me By Now” –marked the start of a four-year association that yielded some of the most enduring recordings in contemporary soul music.
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Before his untimely passing in February of 2016, MAURICE WHITE left an indelible mark on the music world.

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This is David Nathan, 'The British Ambassador Of Soul' and the founder of SoulMusic.com which he started back in 1999.
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In this 60th anniversary year, we, as fans, have been treated to several memorable surprises, and I believe the news that – after a couple of false starts – Sondra Williams, known to us all as Blin

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It was nearly fifty years ago that this endearing single hit the UK top twenty...
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