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DownGoesFrazier

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I don't know how many of you are into this stuff, but here are my top 12 classic soul songs, not in order.

 

Stevie Wonder---You've Got it Bad Girl

Frankie Beverly and Maze--Joy and Pain

Marvin Gaye----What's Happening Brother

Curtis Mayfield---Freddie's Dead

Parliament/Funkadelic---One Nation Under a Groove

Chaka Khan--Ain't Nobody

Rufus---At Midnight

Bobby Womack---I Can Understand It

Temptations--Cloud Nine

Main Ingredient---Rolling Down the Mountainside

Isley Brothers---Hope You Feel Better Love

Gladys Knight----I've Got to Use My Imagination

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How "classic" do you wish to get?

 

"It's A Man's World"--James Brown

 

"Skinny Legs and All"--Joe Tex

 

"Hit The Road, Jack"---Ray Charles

 

"Midnight Hour"-Wilson Pickett

 

"I Was Made To Love Her"---Stevie Wonder

 

"Tossin' and Turnin'"---Bobby Lewis

 

Oh, and SORRY Marvin Gaye---If I have to "Hear it through the grapevine, I'd RATHER hear it from GLADYS KNIGHT!

 

Probably more later........

 

 

Sepiatone

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How "classic" do you wish to get?

 

"It's A Man's World"--James Brown

 

"Skinny Legs and All"--Joe Tex

 

"Hit The Road, Jack"---Ray Charles

 

"Midnight Hour"-Wilson Pickett

 

"I Was Made To Love Her"---Stevie Wonder

 

"Tossin' and Turnin'"---Bobby Lewis

 

Oh, and SORRY Marvin Gaye---If I have to "Hear it through the grapevine, I'd RATHER hear it from GLADYS KNIGHT!

 

Probably more later........

 

 

Sepiatone

Every song on my list except for "Cloud Nine" is post-1970. Your list is entirely pre-1970.

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As promised---here's a bit more;

 

"Do Right Woman, Do Right Man"--Aretha Franklin

 

"I've Been Loving You Too Long"---Otis Redding

 

"Tell Me Something Good"---Rufus (THERE'S some post '70 for ya DGF!)

 

"People Get Ready"--Curtis Mayfield

 

"Expressway To Your Heart"---Soul Survivors

 

"Agent Double-O-Soul"---Edwin Starr

 

"Some Kind Of Wonderful"---Soul Brothers Six

 

Want some more "post '70" DGF?

 

"Have You Seen Her?"---The Chi-Lites

 

 

 

Sepiatone

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As promised---here's a bit more;

 

"Do Right Woman, Do Right Man"--Aretha Franklin

 

"I've Been Loving You Too Long"---Otis Redding

 

"Tell Me Something Good"---Rufus (THERE'S some post '70 for ya DGF!)

 

"People Get Ready"--Curtis Mayfield

 

"Expressway To Your Heart"---Soul Survivors

 

"Agent Double-O-Soul"---Edwin Starr

 

"Some Kind Of Wonderful"---Soul Brothers Six

 

Want some more "post '70" DGF?

 

"Have You Seen Her?"---The Chi-Lites

 

 

 

Sepiatone

My list really should have been "Top 13". The one I left out was:

 

Gil Scott-Heron-------"The Bottle". Powerful.

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