Various - The History Of Soul album
Title: The History Of Soul
Date of release: 1973
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The Soul Album is the fourth studio album by American soul singer-songwriter Otis Redding, released in 1966. Otis Redding - vocals. Booker T. Jones, Isaac Hayes - keyboards, piano. Steve Cropper - guitar. Donald Dunn - bass guitar. Al Jackson Jr. - drums. Wayne Jackson, Sammy Coleman, Gene "Bowlegs" Miller - trumpet. Charles "Packy" Axton, Andrew Love - tenor saxophone. Floyd Newman - baritone saxophone.
Soulcalibur is a weapon-based fighting game series by Namco Bandai Games. The series revolves around a sword that, after years of bloodshed and hatred, gained a soul of its own, the Soul Edge, and the sword forged to counter it, Soulcalibur.
His album From the Roots Came the Rapper (1971) was one of the first instances that a street poet was called a "rapper", and included extended versions of Burt Bacharach's I'll Never Fall In Love Again and Jim Doris' Oh Me Oh My. The purest phrasing was Percy Sledge's, the devoted Alabama tenor of When A Man Loves A Woman (1966), composed by Jimmy Hughes' organist Andrew Wright and bassist Calvin Lewis, and featuring "church" organ by Dewey Oldham, who composed Sledge's other two jewels, It Tears Me Up (1966) and Out Of Left Field (1967). Gordy's "Motown sound" was the least "black" and most "white" of the various soul styles. His hits were catchy and elementary. Arrangements overflew with strings and other orchestral instruments.
The Northern Soul Story, Vol. 4: Wigan Casino. A Little Bit Of Northern Soul. The Northern Soul Story, Vol. 2: The Golden Torch. The Very Best of the Trammps (Re-Recorded Versions).
Running from the late 1950s through the year 2000, this list gathers together the best work from the greatest soul artists of all time into one convenient rundown, allowing you to browse and. Albums Mojo's Top 100 Soul Albums. 8. k views 100 items. Running from the late 1950s through the year 2000, this list gathers together the best work from the greatest soul artists of all time into one convenient rundown, allowing you to browse and discover a diverse collection of this stirring music. Soul music combines traditional American gospel and rhythm & blues (R&B) style, collecting catchy hooks, heavy improvisation and a tense vocal sound.
|–The Sylvers||Wish That I Could Talk To You||3:30|
|–Ollie Nightingale||May The Best Man Win||4:21|
|–Freda Payne||(How Do You Say) I Don't Love You Anymore||2:35|
|–Solomon Burke||The Electronic Magnetism (That's Heavy Baby)||3:30|
|–Joe Tex||Yum Yum||2:00|
|–Isaac Hayes||See See Rider||2:22|
|–The Sylvers||Fool's Paradise||2:28|
|–Ollie Nightingale||Sweet Surrender||2:48|
|–Freda Payne||You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling||3:14|
|–Solomon Burke||I Can't Stop Loving You||4:38|
|–Joe Tex||Cut It Out||2:05|
|PRD-0021, PRD 0021||Various||The History Of Soul (LP, Comp)||Pride, Pride||PRD-0021, PRD 0021||US||1973|
|PRD-0021, PRD 0021||Various||The History Of Soul (LP, Comp, Promo)||Pride, Pride||PRD-0021, PRD 0021||US||1973|