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Keite Young

Born on, may 1, 1977, in Fort Worthy of, TX, vocalist, songwriter, manufacturer, and multi-instrumentalist Keite Little found himself in the center of a musical family members. His grandfather was a blues vocalist who performed beneath the name Big Daddy Little while his mom and dad, Carrie and Dalon Collins, …

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Mutlu

Mutlu can be an acoustic guitar-playing vocalist/songwriter from Philadelphia who pulls from a variety of designs, primarily spirit music but also hip-hop and jazz, and who developed his preliminary following with many years of live shows and some EP releases. Created Mutlu Onaral on, may 16, 1979, in Philadelphia, PA, …

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Otis Clay

A Chicago-based vocalist whose music was steeped in Southern gospel and deep spirit, Otis Clay never really had a significant pop hit, but he was a periodic visitor towards the R&B graphs and an long lasting presence in the world of blues and vintage spirit, while also savoring a long …

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The O’Jays

The O’Jays were among Philadelphia soul’s most popular and long-lived outfits, rivaled only with the Spinners as soul’s greatest vocal band of the ’70s. Within their excellent, the O’Jays’ recordings epitomized the Philly spirit sound: smooth, wealthy harmonies supported by elaborate preparations, lush strings, and some modern funk. They proved …

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Jeb Loy Nichols

As an adolescent, Jeb Loy Nichols produced his method from Austin, Tx to NY, NY. In ny, punk rock had taken root and stayed an influence also after Nichols acquired transferred to London. In the U.K., the noises of dub and fans rock blended with his currently multi-colored palette, and …

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Luther Ingram

While R&B singer Luther Ingram continues to be best kept in mind for the piercing 1972 ballad “(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don’t Desire to be Best,” he was also a gifted songwriter, teaming with Mark Rice to co-write the Staple Singers’ vintage empowerment anthem “Respect Yourself.” Given birth …

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Leela James

Like virtually all other music artists hit using the neo-soul and retro-soul tags, the principal inspirations of singer and songwriter Leela Adam are classic performers who arrived zero later compared to the early ’70s. Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan, and Tina Turner had been among the vocalists to whom the gritty-voiced …

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The Floaters

A short-lived spinoff group formed by onetime Detroit Emeralds associates Adam Mitchell and Marvin Willis, Floaters scored lots one R&B and number 2 pop hit using their debut, “Float On,” for ABC. It had been neither a lyrical nor vocal triumph, but was still among the biggest-selling R&B singles of …

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Big John Hamilton

An excellent Southern spirit singer, Florida’s Big John Hamilton had a tone of voice to complement his name and practically defines the idea of obscurity. Hamilton trim eight single 45s and a handful of duets with Doris Allen (including a fascinating version of Pal Mls’ “Them Adjustments”) for Florida’s Minaret …

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Toussaint McCall

Sometimes a stirring spirit balladeer, organist/vocalist Toussaint McCall does not have an extended string of hits. But his 1967 edition of “Nothing at all Takes the area of You” was among that year’s finest shows. It provided McCall his lone R&B strike, reaching amount five. It had been 1 of …

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