Prior to joining forces with his brothers, Aaron Neville had already established a productive solo career. Exhibiting a somewhat funkier sound than his later work, these 22 songs from Neville's ... (Read More)
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B.B. King, guitar & vocals. George Coleman, alto saxophone. Duke Jethro, organ. Herbie Lovelle, drums, & others.
Label: Geffen Records. Format: CD.
UPC: 602498266137. Daedalus Item Code: 59490
Born to sharecroppers in rural Mississippi, the late B.B. King became one of the best-loved musicians of the 20th century, earning the title "King of the Blues." Voted the sixth greatest guitarist of ... (Read More)
Leading off with Aaron Neville's 1966 smash hit, "Tell It Like It Is," this anthology features 10 songs from his solo career. The smooth R&B legend from New Orleans is in fine voice on "Feelings," ... (Read More)
This Grammy-winning, West Virginia–born singer-songwriter had a string of hits through the 1970s and into the early 1980s that blended folk, R&B, and rock, including "Ain't No Sunshine" and "Lean on ... (Read More)
Michael McDonald, Steve Winwood, Michael Bolton, Joe Cocker, Rick Astley, Kim Wilde, Lisa Stansfield, the Righteous Brothers & others.
Label: Time Life Music. Format: cutout CD.
UPC: 610583173925. Daedalus Item Code: 57494
Time Life put together a whopping 18 of the greatest blue-eyed soul songs ever released, ranging from smash-hit originals like the Righteous Brothers' "Unchained Melody," Boz Scaggs's "Lowdown," Van ... (Read More)
Formed in 1965 when brothers William and Wilbert Hart joined forces with Randy Cain, the Delfonics teamed with producer/songwriter Thom Bell to create what became known as "Philly Soul," soon scoring ... (Read More)
Four of the 20 tracks on this collection by doo-wop legends the Drifters are live concert performances, and the rest are re-recordings by one or more members of the original group. Highlights include ... (Read More)
This two-disc set features several of the long-lived funk band's chart-toppers from the '70s, including "Boogie Wonderland," "September," "Serpentine Fire," "After the Love Has Gone," and even a ... (Read More)
In a career lasting more than half a century, Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Famers the Isley Brothers purveyed a unique mixture of rock, soul, and funk that earned them four Top Ten Billboard hits and a ... (Read More)
The O'Jays were one of the most popular and gifted vocal groups of the 70s, rivaled only by the Spinners as soul's greatest crooners. Their recordings epitomized the Philly soul sound, with smooth, ... (Read More)
Delta bluesman Big Joe Williams (c. 1903–82) recorded for several small labels in the 1950s, playing powerful, country blues on his nine-string Sovereign guitar. Williams also found a large, ... (Read More)
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Among the best-known purveyors of "blue-eyed soul," the Righteous Brothers—Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield—were a fixture on Top 40 radio in the mid-1960s. The companion to Medley's autobiography, ... (Read More)
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