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3 weeks 2 days ago
The New Orleans legends perfected a balance of funk, rock and Dixie R&B in these top Billboard singles.
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3 weeks 3 days ago
The must-have 1971 album captures the Queen's electrifying, three-night showdown in San Francisco.
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3 weeks 3 days ago
This instant classic is packed with timeless tracks including "The Walk" and "777-9311."
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3 weeks 4 days ago
This Rascals tune held down the top spot on the Billboard charts for a five-week reign.
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The critically acclaimed LP arrived with the hit single, "Don't Play That Song."
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4 weeks ago
SoulMusic Records is proud to present a first-of-its-kind complete collection of all of the Atlantic and Stax recordings by Carla Thomas, released between 1960-1968. With a total of 94 tracks, “Let Me Be Good To You” celebrates ‘The First Lady Of Stax Records’ whose 1961 classic hit ‘Gee Whiz (Look At His Eyes)’ led to the Memphis-based label’s distribution with Atlantic Records. Sequenced by session, the deluxe 4-CD set includes tracks from Carla’s four solo albums, plus the famed 1967 “King & Queen” LP of duets with the late Otis Redding.
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4 weeks ago
Tag along as My Classic Soul podcast host David Nathan invites renowned entertainment journalist Janine Coveney to discuss the legacy of 1969's 'First Take.' 
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4 weeks 1 day ago

In Graffiti Bridge, Prince dazzled in a number of guises, from titillating ruffles, belted blazers to flaring pants.

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