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Sweet Soul Music

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  1. A gripping narrative that captures the tumult and liberating energy of a nation in transition, Sweet Soul Music is an intimate portrait of the legendary performers--Sam Cooke, Ray Charles, James Brown, Solomon Burke, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, and Al Green among them--who merged gospel and rhythm and blues to create Southern soul music. Through rare interviews and with unique insight, Cited by:
  2. 65 rows · "Sweet Soul Music" is one of the all-time great '60s soul hits, and one of the soul hits that .
  3. Sweet Soul Music Lyrics: Do you like good music? / Huh, that sweet soul music / Just as long as it’s swinging / Oh, yeah / Oh, yeah / Way out here on the floor, ya'll / Ah, going to a go-go.
  4. But what separates Bear Family's ten-volume Sweet Soul Music is the sheer breadth of the endeavor: each entry spans across all of the major U.S. R&B labels, negotiating the licensing snafus that undermine these types of anthologies to offer a true panoramic overview of soul's epic scope and scale/
  5. Smooth and Melodic Sweet Soul Classics The ‘70s produced some of the most unforgettable ballads of all time. The new sound was elegant, sophisticated, and emotionally charged. Now all the great soul legends and the lush, sweet sounds of the 70’s are together in one collection – Sweet Soul of the ‘70s!
  6. By , Gamble & Huff had hit their stride with Philadelphia International Records, thereby coloring the sound of soul music for the era, so, appropriately enough, Bear Family's volume of Sweet Soul Music begins with their protégé Thom Bell 's arrangement and production of the Spinners ' "Could It Be I'm Falling in Love."10/
  7. Apr 22,  · Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic Sweet Soul Music · Arthur Conley Rhino Hi-Five: Arthur Conley ℗ Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United Stat.
  8. Inspired by Peter Guralnick's great book Sweet Soul Music, this track CD collects obscure singles and album cuts by artists both well-known (Aretha Franklin 's cover of the Johnny Ace ballad "My Song") and lost to the ages (the Invincibles' sweet-soul "Heart Full of Love," the gospel-drenched "Crying in the Streets" by George Perkins and the Silver Stars)/5(7).
  9. The final volume of Bear Family's Sweet Soul Music covers and it could easily be subtitled "the triumph of disco." Opening with Labelle 's "Lady Marmalade," a high-octane disco revision of the Meters ' New Orleans funk, the disc covers all kinds of soul acts going disco, whether it's the Miracles boogying with their "Love Machine" or Ben E. King singing "Supernatural Thing."10/

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