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Soulful was a 1969 release on Scepter Records by Dionne Warwick. This was the first of her Scepter albums to not directly involve her longtime production and songwriting team of Burt Bacharach and Hal David. This LP was produced by Dionne and Chips Moman. 1969 was a common year starting on Wednesday (the link is to a full 1969 calendar). ... Scepter Records was started in 1959 by Florence Greenberg. ... Dionne Warwick on the cover of her Christmas album My Favorite Time of the Year Dionne Warwick (born December 12, 1940 as Dionne Warrick) was an American singer, best known for her work with Hal David and Burt Bacharach as songwriters. ... Biography Burt Bacharach (born May 12, 1928 in Kansas City, MO) is an American pianist and composer. ... Hal David (born May 25, 1921) is an American lyricist and songwriter. ... Chips Moman is the record producer and songwriter who: founded the Stax Records McLemore Avenue studio played lead guitar on Aretha Franklins I Never Loved A Man; co-wrote (with Dan Penn) Arethas Do Right Woman, Do Right Man; formed American Sound Studios where he produced over 120...


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Soul - definition of Soul in Encyclopedia (3141 words)
In most religions, and some philosophical movements, a soul is strongly connected with notions of the afterlife, but opinions vary wildly even within a given religion as to what happens to the soul after death.
The soul, therefore, is not only logically distinct from any particular human body with which it is associated; it is also what a person is." Richard Swinburne, Christian philosopher of religion at Oxford University, wrote that, "it is a frequent criticism of substance dualism that dualists cannot say what souls are....
Popular presentation of the dominant scientific view of the soul uses the "computer paradigm", where the brain is compared to the hardware and the mind (mental processes that have been long subsumed under the concept of soul) to the software.
Soul - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (7673 words)
The soul is apparently the receptacle for the Holy Spirit; the body, which houses the soul, is the tabernacle, or the "temple of the Holy Spirit".
Swedenborgianism teaches that each person's soul is created by the Lord at the same time as the physical body is developed, that the soul is the person himself or herself, and that the soul is eternal, and has an eternal spiritual body, that is substantial without being material.
Such a conception of the soul may link with the idea of an existence before and after the present one, and one could consider such a soul as the spark, or the self, the "I" in existence that feels and lives life.
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