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Tag Archives: R&B

CD Review: Corinne Bailey Rae

The songs are all well crafted, with lyrics that are of more than average intelligence, but are languid to the point of tranquilizing.

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Win a Private Show by Prince

Purchase the new singles from iTunes and get a chance to win a private concert.

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Soul Legend Wilson Pickett Dead at 64

With more hits in the form of “Mustang Sally” and “Land of 1000 Dances”, and his trademark throaty voice and impassioned delivery, Pickett solidified his place in musical history.

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CD Review: Sam Cooke – Night Beat

Sam Cooke is one of the most influential and most beloved R&B/soul singer songwriters in music history. Sam had 29 Top 40 pop chart hits including “Chain Gang,” “Another Saturday Night” and “You Send Me.” His music is timeless and recognized worldwide. Sam was inducted as a charter member to …

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INDIE ROUND-UP for August 25 2005

This week’s all-female edition of the Indie Round-Up is brought to you by the Sisterhood of the Happy Pants. INDIE ROUND-UP for August 25 2005 === Cruiserweight, Sweet Weaponry Like a female-fronted Green Day or a slightly sped-up Letters to Cleo (Telegrams to Cleo?), Cruiserweight weighs in with a strong …

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Review: Bobby Purify, Better To Have It

More than one man has worn the moniker “Bobby Purify” since the southern soul duo James and Bobby Purify – best known for its smash hit “I’m Your Puppet” – began its career in the mid-1960s. Though singer-guitarist Ben Moore wasn’t on board at the start, he’s been Bobby Purify …

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