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Latimore

Deep-voiced Latimore’s sultry middle-’70s output for Miami’s Glades label was a steamy marriage of soul and blues. Originally billed as Benny Latimore, the Tennessean started documenting for Miami mogul Henry Rock in 1965, and his past due-’60s Dade singles are solid deep spirit. Falling his first name on Glades, Latimore …

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Bill Coday

Soul singer Expenses Coday first found fame using the strike solitary “GET THE Lies Right” through the planting season of 1971. Authorized to Crajon Productions, possessed by the couple team of Expenses and Denise Jones (who documented beneath the name Denise LaSalle and obtained a 1971 platinum solitary, “Trapped by …

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Klass Band Brotherhood

Proudly a part of their Southern soul lineage, Klass Band Brotherhood also mix traditional blues and funk, aswell mainly because the early-’80s Minneapolis sound via Prince and enough time. Led by multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and songwriter Nelson Curry, the North Augusta, South Carolina-based music group has root base in the Klass …

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George Jackson

Songwriter George Jackson wrote or co-wrote strikes for Clarence Carter (the yellow metal solitary “Too Weak to Battle”), Wilson Pickett (“A GUY . 5”), Bob Seger (“Older Time Stone,” “Seeking to Live MY ENTIRE LIFE Without You”) Z.Z. Hill (“Down House Blues”), as well as the Osmonds (the million-selling “One …

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Frederick Knight

Frederick Knight’s catchy “I AM Lonely for SUCH A LONG TIME” was a big R&B strike on Stax in 1972, and he wrote and produced Anita Ward’s across-the-board smash “Band My Bell” in 1979. Knight slice his personal “I AM Lonely for SUCH A LONG TIME” in Birmingham, Alabama with …

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