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Encyclopedia > List of soul performers

Barbara Acklin

The Ad Libs

"Cannonball" Adderly


Fontella Bass

Archie Bell & The Drells

Brook Benton

Booker T. & The MG's

James Brown

Solomon Burke

Jerry Butler

The Capitols

James Carr

Clarence Carter

Ray Charles

Chris Clark

The Coasters

Arthur Conley

The Contours

Sam Cooke

Carolyn Crawford

Tyrone Davis

The Delfonics

Lee Dorsey

The Drifters

The Elgins

The Fifth Dimension

Eddie Floyd

The Foundations

The Four Tops

Aretha Franklin

Erma Franklin

Friends Of Distinction

Marvin Gaye

Dobie Gray

Bobby Hebb

Eddie Holland

Brenda Holloway

The Impressions

The Intruders

The Isley Brothers

The Jackson 5

Chuck Jackson

J.J. Jackson

Etta James

Gloria Jones

King Curtis

Ben E. King

Gladys Knight & The Pips

Major Lance

Barbara Lewis

Little Anthony & The Imperials

Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers

Barbara Lynn

The Mar-Keys

Martha & The Vandellas

The Marvelettes

Barbara Mason

Mel & Tim

The Miracles

The Monitors

Aaron Neville

The O'Kaysions

The Originals

Paper Dolls

Robert Parker

Peaches & Herb

Wilson Pickett

James & Bobby Purify

Lou Rawls

Otis Redding

Smokey Robinson

Diana Ross

David Ruffin

Jimmy Ruffin

Sam & Dave

Shirley & Lee

Shorty Long

Percy Sledge

Sly & The Family Stone

Soul Survivors

Edwin Starr

Billy Stewart

Barrett Strong

The Supremes

Bobby Taylor & The Vancouvers

Johnnie Taylor

The Temptations

Joe Tex

Carla Thomas

Rufus Thomas

Doris Troy

Big Joe Turner

Ike Turner

Tina Turner

The Velvelettes

Jr. Walker & The All-Stars

Dinah Washington

Mary Wells

Kim Weston

Frank Wilson

Jackie Wilson

The Winstons

Stevie Wonder

Brenton Wood

Rita Wright

Young-Holt Unlimited

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Soul music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1827 words)
Soul music is a combination of rhythm and blues and gospel which began in the late 1950s in the United States.
Soul music is differentiated by its use of gospel-music devices, its greater emphasis on vocalists, and its merging of religious and secular themes.
With the introduction of influences from electro music and funk, soul music became less raw and more slickly produced, resulting in a genre of music that was once again called RandB (although the term is no longer an acronym), ususally disinguished from the earlier rhythm and blues by identifying it as "contemporary RandB".
Soul music (986 words)
Soul music is a type of music which grew out of rhythm and blues and gospel during the late 1950s and early 1960s among African Americans in the United States.
Other prominent soul performers of the period were Bobby Bland, Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, and Joe Tex, Along with blue-eyed soul came a large number of regional varieties of soul.
Detroit soul: Dominated by Berry Gordy's Motown empire, Detroit soul is strongly rhythmic and influenced by gospel.
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