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  1. Thread: Dusty

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    Damn, I didn't know American users on this site...

    Damn, I didn't know American users on this site were aware of Dusty Springfield. I'm from the UK and she was pretty damn huge during her time back in the 60s.

    I wonder how popular she was in the...
  2. I don't know man haha, both of their solo years...

    I don't know man haha, both of their solo years were pretty damn... Bad, but I'd say David Ruffin slightly because of his first solo album that was released in 1969.
  3. Favourite period throughout Marvin Gaye's career?

    For me it is Moods For Marvin Gaye - Let's Get It On, now obviously is my opinion but to me that was the absolute peak of him, in terms of charisma, live performer, vocals, songwriting, great...
  4. Ike and Tina as a duo could be up there too.

    Ike and Tina as a duo could be up there too.
  5. Yeah, I see what you're saying, I also find it...

    Yeah, I see what you're saying, I also find it annoying whenever the media gives the name out such as "Birth Of Soul" or "The Man Who Invented Soul" which don't get me wrong Ray and Sam were...
  6. I suppose there are other soul pioneers before...

    I suppose there are other soul pioneers before Ray Charles and Sam Cooke but the problem is that the media has made the claim that both pioneered the genre over the years, I agree with Motown Eddie...
  7. Who actually invented Soul music, Ray Charles or Sam Cooke?

    So this has got me thinking, over the years both men have been credited for pioneering Soul music over the years. In their box set releases, Ray Charles box set is called "Birth Of Soul' and Sam...
  8. He had a great run throughout the 70s and 80s....

    He had a great run throughout the 70s and 80s. Well deserved
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    That's nice, but Motown were still past their...

    That's nice, but Motown were still past their prime then, whenever people think of Motown of all generations, not just those who came of age during the 60s and the earlier part of the 70s, they think...
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    Yeah, they were with Motown, but let's be...

    Yeah, they were with Motown, but let's be honest... Motown was past it's heyday, when I think of the pinnacle of Motown to me it starts from 1962 and ends in 1974
  11. The Grammy's have always been a joke even during...

    The Grammy's have always been a joke even during the 60s - 80s which in my opinion was music at it's golden age.
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    I know I'm a few months late but I do remember...

    I know I'm a few months late but I do remember reading this article on Reddit actually and is anyone here surprised? I think Prince was spot on when he said the 60s-80s were the golden era back in...
  13. I Feel A Song and The Way We Were/Try To Remember...

    I Feel A Song and The Way We Were/Try To Remember weren't hits on the pop charts though, one peaked at #21 and the other one #11. After 1974's On and On, that was it for them in the pop charts at...
  14. They weren't even together in the 90s, what the...

    They weren't even together in the 90s, what the hell???
  15. "On and On" was their last hit according to...

    "On and On" was their last hit according to Wikipedia in the US Pop charts, peaked at #5, after 1974 they were not having hits

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gladys_Knight_%26_the_Pips_discography
  16. Good call! A brilliant soundtrack album, perfect...

    Good call! A brilliant soundtrack album, perfect timing to end at your peak... Because Gladys Knight hasn't had a hit since 1974 lol, On & On being their last hit
  17. Damn... What happened with Al Green?

    Damn... What happened with Al Green?
  18. Check this clip out. ...

    Check this clip out.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=LECHrQcWMw8
  19. What is everyone's favourite Laura Lee album? For...

    What is everyone's favourite Laura Lee album? For me is Love More Than Pride [[an album that was strangely released in the early 1970s but the songs were recorded between 1968-1969 lol)
  20. Donna Summer - Live and More 1979 Sam Cooke -...

    Donna Summer - Live and More 1979

    Sam Cooke - Harlem Sqaure Club 1963

    Sly and The Family Stone - Woodstock Experience

    Aretha Franklin - Amazing Grace

    James Brown - Live At The Apollo
  21. You have to check out Love More Than Pride, it is...

    You have to check out Love More Than Pride, it is incredible. It was released in 1972 but the songs were recorded between 1968-1969, which... Is very strange lol but it is incredible.
  22. Can We Please Have A Discussion About Laura Lee?

    It is such a tragic that this amazing talent Laura Lee was never big, this woman would have caused a big movement for women in music if she was a big star in the late 1960s. I just don't know what...
  23. What album do all consider Sam Cooke's first...

    What album do all consider Sam Cooke's first "classic" album?
  24. Gladys Knight and The Pips: Everybody Needs Love,...

    Gladys Knight and The Pips: Everybody Needs Love, Feelin Blusy, If You Were My Woman, All I Need Is Time, Neither One Of Us and Imagination.
  25. Let me take a guess, 65-74?:cool:

    Let me take a guess, 65-74?:cool:
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