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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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    I think he did!!

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    Marv,this post is almost to much fun,hehe,this is why sdf is the g.o.a.t...nobody else has this kind of soul and i've looked,now let me scour the collection and find some more-soul men!!

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    How bout our soul buddy-j.j.jackson.

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