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  1. And where are TEDDY and Lou Rawls and Levi Stubbs...

    And where are TEDDY and Lou Rawls and Levi Stubbs and Eddie LeVert, and Walter Williams and Carla Thomas and Isaac hayes and JERRY BUTLER...???!!!

    They can have called this list "The Top 100...
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    - Frank Brunson (on "Cold Blooded") - Joe Ligon...

    - Frank Brunson (on "Cold Blooded")
    - Joe Ligon on any Mighty Clouds Of Joy song
    - David Ebo on Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes "Big Singing Star" (ABC "Reaching For The World" LP)
    - Jimmy Ellis...
  3. He invented among other things two things so...

    He invented among other things two things so seminals:
    - Symphonic Soul
    - Extended tracks (one track for one side of an LP!)

    (perhaps also invented the "typical" OST for an entire cinema genre,...
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    Hello to all my soul sisters and brothers after...

    Hello to all my soul sisters and brothers after so many time!

    If only two members of a group is enough, I think in the "real soul" of the Soul Survivors, brothers Richard and Charles Ingui who are...
  5. Very complet selection and good concept (social...

    Very complet selection and good concept (social concerned and love songs).

    Sadly, no one track from "Feeling Good At The Cadillac Club"... I was in love at the first audition of "Billy Boy", I...
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    Great harmonies by this group. I likes a lot...

    Great harmonies by this group. I likes a lot their 1975 United Artists single that I keep from my teens "Since I Found My Baby" b/w "I Love Music" (it's not a cover of The O'Jays one). Anyway and...
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    IMHO, "The Soulful Strings Plays Gamble & Huff"...

    IMHO, "The Soulful Strings Plays Gamble & Huff" is a good one. Symphonyc Chi-Sound covering symphonic Philly Sound, the strings conducted by Carl Davis at their best, mellow instrumental takes of...
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    The Blue Notes fronted by Harold Melvin have had...

    The Blue Notes fronted by Harold Melvin have had dozens of replacements (I don't knows about the original quintet fronted by Bernie Williams)
  9. Thread: Not quite TSOP

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    I have been confused some times with this Roy...

    I have been confused some times with this Roy Ayer's instrumental when I hear it on my mp3 reproductor because I have many MFSB, Salsoul Orchestra, RAMP and Roy Ayer's Ubiquity instrumentals and I...
  10. "Shine On Silver Moon" by them as a duo and The...

    "Shine On Silver Moon" by them as a duo and The Reflection's cover of "Three Steps From True Love" by Billy solo, two all time favorites of mine.
  11. I remeber how I was fallin' in love instantly...

    I remeber how I was fallin' in love instantly when heard for the first time the spanish guitar intro on "How Good Is Your Game" (from "Let 'Em In" LP) and with the gem "Where I Belong" from his next...
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    So fantastic... and not belongs to no one PIR LP...

    So fantastic... and not belongs to no one PIR LP (I have their 2 albums published "two in one" by a german label, Repertoire), was only a Gamble 45. I discovered this song very later, much after I...
  13. Are you totally sure about that...? There's...

    Are you totally sure about that...?

    There's some 45's by them from the late 60's credited to "Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes" as the one from 1967 on Arctic Records (and I think there's some...
  14. Sounds totally "Philly" and so well orchestrated!...

    Sounds totally "Philly" and so well orchestrated! These are The O'Jays I allways have loved!
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    According to all I have the opportunity to read...

    According to all I have the opportunity to read about this question, I think there have been a great mutual respect and admiration betwen Gordy and G & H and all the people involved on both "hits...
  16. Appart from "Something To Believe In" (1979) and...

    Appart from "Something To Believe In" (1979) and "Never Say Can't You Survive" (1977) (my two absolute favorites), "Got To Find Away" contains some gems as "Mother's Son" that I need to hear from my...
  17. No track lists and no titles of the albums... I...

    No track lists and no titles of the albums... I think betwen 1970 and 1974 should includes "Curtis", "Live", "Roots", "Got To Find Away", "Superfly"... and not sure what others.

    Anyway, having...
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    In the first 80's, I made a program on the local...

    In the first 80's, I made a program on the local radio station of my hometown along two years (friday night during 2 hours) and some times played their "Float One" 45 and some times I come to the...
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    I have been almost centered on 70's exclusively....

    I have been almost centered on 70's exclusively. The 70's music is the music of my teens but appart from emotional considerations, I think that the 70's were rich in fusion of styles and also, if...
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    Here's a bit of the list by "Any Major Dude" a...

    Here's a bit of the list by "Any Major Dude" a very good and eclecthical in musical taste blog:

    SOUL/FUNK/GOSPEL/HIP HOP/DANCE
    Aretha Franklin, 76, soul and gospel singer, songwriter, pianist, on...
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    My humble list (some one have been mentioned...

    My humble list (some one have been mentioned before):

    - Incognito
    - Light Of The World (the UK fusion group "mother" or origin of Beggar & Co and Incognito)
    - Roy Ayers
    - Futures
    - Mighty...
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    I'm totally agree with "post - Smokey Robinson's...

    I'm totally agree with "post - Smokey Robinson's MIRACLES". Since my teens, when I purchased "Love Crazy" I can't spend more than a month without re-heard this MONUMENTAL masterpiece of harmony vocal...
  23. I don't knows really why I can have lost totally...

    I don't knows really why I can have lost totally my interest in the music by a vocal group who were one of my absolute not only group or soul group but absolute favorite artists from "Lonely Drifter"...
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    "Bad Bad Symba" - O'Donell Levy (one of my...

    "Bad Bad Symba" - O'Donell Levy (one of my all-time jazz-fusion favorite)
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    The whole album "Survival" by The O'Jays that my...

    The whole album "Survival" by The O'Jays that my brother ripped for me from my vynil copy. FANTASTIC "HOW TIME FLYES"!!!
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