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  1. Part 3:Social Impact Following the album's...

    Part 3:Social Impact

    Following the album's release, Charles quickly earned an influx of white listeners and audiences at concert venues, without experiencing any fall-out from his predominantly...
  2. Do you guys remember its "social impact" Modern...

    Do you guys remember its "social impact" Modern Sounds in Country and Western had back in that era like Wikipedia stated?
  3. Part 2: The album spawned four charting...

    Part 2:

    The album spawned four charting singles, "Born to Lose", "Careless Love", "I Can't Stop Loving You" and "You Don't Know Me", the latter two of which went number one on the Adult...
  4. Question for anyone who were old enough for Modern Sounds in Country and Western vol1

    So, today I was reading a lot of information on Wikipedia about Ray Charles Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music Vol 1 regarding it's impact, sales and colour barriers it broke back in 1962. So...
  5. Patti Labelle [[solo) or Labelle, which era throughout her career do you prefer?

    I'm going with the Labelle years, to me those years cemented their legacy as one of the best artists period, they were innovative and they had a great album run from Labelle - Chameleon, NightBird...
  6. I don't blame here, I get that the 80s era was...

    I don't blame here, I get that the 80s era was huge and a game changer for middle pop stars to have comebacks in the future {Cher being a good example in 1998} but the 80s material from Tina were...
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    Damn, this is shocking to me... But I'm happy,...

    Damn, this is shocking to me... But I'm happy, because to me Patti's golden era were the Labelle years and they were soul/rock pioneers in the 60s-70s..

    Looking forward to see how this turns out
  8. Ike really brought the best out of Tina despite...

    Ike really brought the best out of Tina despite their problems. They had a good run from 64-73. I wasn't a fan of Tina's comeback era. Thought the material was a little slick and overproduced
  9. Yeah, I remember an artist name Prince, who in my...

    Yeah, I remember an artist name Prince, who in my opinion owned the 80s. Had a fantastic classic Album run from Dirty Mind - LoveSexy and was the last artist to have that classic run that shaped...
  10. 1972-1973 were the last true good years for...

    1972-1973 were the last true good years for Motown, so many great music between those years from the label.

    What a great run from 64-73
  11. Marvin Gaye was the king when it came to duet's,...

    Marvin Gaye was the king when it came to duet's, Mary Wells, Kim Weston and Tammi Terrell were incredible stuff... The Diana Ross recording, that one was decent to say the least, nothing to brag on...
  12. Your favourite Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell album?

    These two made 3 amazing duet albums such as United, You're All I Need and Easy. Question, which one is your favourite out of the 3?
  13. This isn't the first time that Mariah has been...

    This isn't the first time that Mariah has been through this. Maurice White sued her because of Emotions {which I'm sure you're all familiar with anyways}

    But Mariah's career has been very...
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    Damn, I didn't know Ray won a Grammy in 75. Years...

    Damn, I didn't know Ray won a Grammy in 75. Years after his prime and he was still doing pretty well.
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    Ray Charles or Stevie Wonder?

    I didn't know where to post this question because Stevie Wonder is from Motown and since this site has a Motown section but Ray Charles isn't so I was lost on where to post this question. If please...
  16. Michael's last good album, I really hope the...

    Michael's last good album, I really hope the estate does a good job with this one... Sgt Pepper and Thriller are probably the most overplayed album ever.
  17. I always thought it was interesting that Marvin...

    I always thought it was interesting that Marvin Gaye managed to get a hit with Got To Give It Up during a period where his career was starting to wane down a lot.

    From 1963-1973 he was a...
  18. Rhythm and blues/Soul died after the 70s, let's...

    Rhythm and blues/Soul died after the 70s, let's be real here.
  19. To be honest, you can trace that back to the MTV...

    To be honest, you can trace that back to the MTV years when many people were complaining due to the same reasons.
  20. 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...
  21. 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.
  22. 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...
  23. Ike and Tina as a duo could be up there too.

    Ike and Tina as a duo could be up there too.
  24. 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...
  25. 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...
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