When the Rhythm'n'Blues became sweeter and softer in the late 50s and continued its triumphant conquest in the 60s, the 'soul' was born - third and last episode with 28 songs.
During the great era of Rock‘n‘Roll and Rhythm‘n‘Blues in the 50s, not only did the technical development in the studios and in the production of sound carriers advance, the mainstream of popular music also branched out and created new branches.
The ballads in Rhythm‘n‘Blues in particular have always been linked to related older styles such as the gospel and doo-wop of the Harmony Vocal Groups. Less speed, more groove and emotions, “Let's Throw A Rockin‘ Soul Party! ”Was the motto from the beginning of the 60s.
1 Tippie And The Clovers Bossa Nova Baby 2 Gino Parks Blibberin Blabbin Blues 3 Richard Berry And The Pharaohs Have Love Will Travel 4 Richard Wylie And His Band Money (Thats What I Want) 5 The Chiffons Hes So Fine 6 The Fiestas The Gypsy Said 7 Buddy Grecco Fever 8 Buster Brown Fannie Mae 9 Claudine Clark The Telephone Game 10 Lee Dorsey Do Re Mi 11 Jerry Butler He Will Break Your Heart 12 Singin Sammy Ward Whos The Fool 13 Theola Kilgore The Sound Of My Man 14 Billy Bland My Hearts On Fire 15 Bobby Bland Turn On Your Love Light 16 Solomon Burke Down In The Valley 17 The Falcons The Teacher 18 The Radiants One Day Ill Show You 19 Chico Leverett Solid Sender 20 Chuck Wright The Palm Of Your Hand 21 Jan Bradley Mama Didnt Lie 22 Jimmy McGriff The Last Minute Pts 1 and 2 23 The Drifters There Goes My Baby 24 Willie Tee Always Accused 25 Jimmy Norman I Dont Love You No More 26 Kenny Gamble Standing In The Shadows 27 Mary Ann Fisher Wild As You Can Be 28 Rufus Thomas Walking The Dog 29 The Miracles Mighty Good Lovin 30 The 5 Royales Catch That Teardrop
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