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Encyclopedia > Blue eyed soul

Blue-eyed soul is soul music as performed by white people and usually as intended for white audiences. It exists in constrast to soul music performed by blacks. Many blue-eyed soul performers are British, and several of these artists have actually been mistaken for being black.


Ironically, the artists who have had the longest careers in this genre have done so by building a significant black following, as exemplified by the success of Hall & Oates, George Michael and Teena Marie on the R&B charts in the 1980s.


Blue-eyed soul artists:

External link

  • Listmania! Blue Eyed Soul Greats (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/listmania/list-browse/-/1UJROHPH2ZOJR/)


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Blue-eyed soul - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1014 words)
The term is a misnomer, in that the artists don't all have blue eyes.
The terms blue-eyed soul and white soul were first used in the 1960s to describe white singers whose style was heavily influenced by soul and rhythm and blues.
In the 1970s, soul music flourished, and artists such as Richard Rudolph helped pave the way for what is known as blue-eyed soul.
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The unsung heart and soul of the Motor City rock & roll scene, Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels' blue-eyed R&B attack boasted a gritty passion and incendiary energy matched by few artists on either side of the color line.
The Rascals, along with the Righteous Brothers, defined blue-eyed soul singing, making records that were as churchy, earthy, and convincing as anything that came out of the South or Motown in the '60s, backed by tight, anthemic arrangements and excellent combo playing.
Surrounding himself with first-rate sessionmen, Bowie comes up with a set of songs that approximate the sound of Philly soul and disco, yet remain detached from their inspirations; even at his most passionate, Bowie sounds like a commentator, as if the entire album was a genre exercise.
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