Posts Tagged ‘Soul Music’

Honey Dove

April 20, 2019

“Honey Dove,” by Lee Fields & the Expressions, 2009.

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Broadway Walk

March 31, 2019

“Broadway Walk,” written by Bobby WomackClarence CarterDan Penn, and Spooner Oldham, recorded by Roy Head, 1967.

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I Don’t Want To Lose You

March 30, 2019

“I Don’t Want To Lose You,” written by by Horace Ott and Carolyn Franklin and recorded by Ms. Franklin in 1969.

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Why Not Tonight

March 17, 2019

“Why Not Tonight,” written by James Gilreath, recorded by Jimmy Hughes, 1967.

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Don’t Lose Your Good Thing

March 3, 2019

“Don’t Lose Your Good Thing,” written by Bob KillenRick Hall, and Spooner Oldham, recorded by Jimmy Hughes, 1967.

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Take Me Just As I Am

February 16, 2019

“Take Me (Just As I Am),” written by Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham, recorded by Arthur Conley, 1966.

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I Do

February 16, 2019

“I Do,” written and recorded by The Marvelows,1965. The number was apparently developed from the group’s warm-up routine. The J. Geils Band recorded a popular live version in 1982.

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Make Me Yours

February 10, 2019

“Make Me Yours,” written (and originally recorded) by Bettye Swann, performed here by Leon Haywood, 1973.
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Take A Good Look

February 9, 2019

“Take A Good Look,” written by Dan Penn, recorded by James Barnett. What a voice. Sure wish we knew more about this artist.

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Nobody But You Babe

February 9, 2019

“Nobody But You Babe,” by Miami’s Clarence Reid, 1969.

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