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Old 08-11-2015, 02:35 AM   #61 (permalink)
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My Top 10 Soul/R & B:

1 - James Brown
2 - Otis Redding
3 - The Four Tops
4 - Sam & Dave
5 - Clarence Carter
6 - Stevie Wonder
7 - The Temptations
8 - Smokey Robinson / The Miracles
9 - Arthur Alexander
10 - Wilson Pickett
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1 - James Brown
2 - Otis Redding
3 - The Four Tops
4 - Sam & Dave
5 - Clarence Carter
6 - Stevie Wonder
7 - The Temptations
8 - Smokey Robinson / The Miracles
9 - Arthur Alexander
10 - Wilson Pickett

Otis Redding was my introduction to what I would term 'Proper Music' in the mid to late '60s as I was moving into my teen years. At that time 'Rock' was still evolving from it's various roots and many of the big players have quoted Otis as a huge influence. Front men such as Paul Rodgers started out trying to sound like him. He truly was a huge loss to the world.
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Originally Posted by Johnny-Too-Good View Post
1 - James Brown
2 - Otis Redding
3 - The Four Tops
4 - Sam & Dave
5 - Clarence Carter
6 - Stevie Wonder
7 - The Temptations
8 - Smokey Robinson / The Miracles
9 - Arthur Alexander
10 - Wilson Pickett

Otis Redding was my introduction to what I would term 'Proper Music' in the mid to late '60s as I was moving into my teen years. At that time 'Rock' was still evolving from it's various roots and many of the big players have quoted Otis as a huge influence. Front men such as Paul Rodgers started out trying to sound like him. He truly was a huge loss to the world.
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Originally Posted by Johnny-Too-Good View Post
1 - James Brown
2 - Otis Redding
3 - The Four Tops
4 - Sam & Dave
5 - Clarence Carter
6 - Stevie Wonder
7 - The Temptations
8 - Smokey Robinson / The Miracles
9 - Arthur Alexander
10 - Wilson Pickett

Otis Redding was my introduction to what I would term 'Proper Music' in the mid to late '60s as I was moving into my teen years. At that time 'Rock' was still evolving from it's various roots and many of the big players have quoted Otis as a huge influence. Front men such as Paul Rodgers started out trying to sound like him. He truly was a huge loss to the world.
Otis Died Too Young
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