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    Soul Men!

    I was thinking today about all the great Soul male vocalists from the 50s- 80s I grew up listening to. Here are a few of my favorites I want to remember here. In no special order:


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    By jove marv,you've done it again!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    By jove marv,you've done it again!!!
    Thanks JAI, but we're just getting started!

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    This was one of my favorites when I was a kid. Chuck Jackson "Tell Him I'm Not Home" from 1963:


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    All Christmas week 1967 my neighbors wore this record by Al Greene out!


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    You better know it! Hey Russell! LOL!


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    Ahh get funky with it like it is 1970 again!


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    Karla's Daddy.....LOL!

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    If I may. I remember seeing the family dancing to this song:


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    Quote Originally Posted by lockhartgary View Post
    If I may. I remember seeing the family dancing to this song:


    Good one! Nothing beat those family house parties!

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    One of the very best.......


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    Remember this one?


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    Boy, this one was BIG back in the day.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lockhartgary View Post
    Remember this one?

    Yes, I sure do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lockhartgary View Post
    Boy, this one was BIG back in the day.

    Summer 1971 and vacation time is what this one reminds me of.

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    Here's my absolute favorite Jerry Butler song.


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    Here's another favorite of mine. Should have been a monster hit. I actually prefer this one over Cowboys to Girls.


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    One of the best and most underrated. Former member of the Dramatics, Wee Gee Howard!


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    Marv,if i may,don't pass up one of the best ever-willie tee,who sung perhaps the greatest players anthem ever-thank you john!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Marv,if i may,don't pass up one of the best ever-willie tee,who sung perhaps the greatest players anthem ever-thank you john!!
    Hey JAI, thanks for the suggestion! I am going to get at him now. I know you know your stuff!
    ,

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    Willie Tee!


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    This one was my 8th Grade teacher and basketball coach's favorite record. Dedicated to the late, great Michael Jones!


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    Hey marv,i love this stuff..how bout our ol soul poppa-rosco robinson!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Hey marv,i love this stuff..how bout our ol soul poppa-rosco robinson!
    Ok , but just don't ask me to play Fat Daddy's Christmas! LOL!

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    Roscoe!


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    Hey marv,don't forget our buddy-howard[ain't nobody home]tate!!

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    Another good one. One of my all time favorites and probably my favorite album cut of his:


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    Marv,how bout some soul royalty out of chi-town..sir walter jackson!

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    This was the new record being played on the radio when the DJ broke in to announce that President Kennedy had been shot and killed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Marv,how bout some soul royalty out of chi-town..sir walter jackson!
    Look directly below your post to me to his Most Royal Highness of Chi-Town! LOL!

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    By popular request........Mr. Walter Jackson from August 1965!


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    Another one of ours from Detroit.....Keith Washington!


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    Jeffrey and the guys with one of the most popular songs from the Fall of 1976


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    What would a thread on Soul Men be without Mr. Otis Redding?


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    Hey marv,how bout our[chicken pluckin]friend-ernest evans who changed his name and fate with a cover of hank ballard's-the twist,mr.chubby checker!

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    From the Spring of 1961 and still sounds great today. Mr. Dee Clark:

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Hey marv,how bout our[chicken pluckin]friend-ernest evans who changed his name and fate with a cover of hank ballard's-the twist,mr.chubby checker!
    Well the name "Fats Domino " was already taken! Man, I don't care what anybody says, I love me some Chubby Checker music!


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    Some say Ray Charles invented "Soul Music"


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