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Beginning slowly and soulfully with its first three R&B classics, this excellent 16-song package lives up to its title, while representing only a slice of the legendary black music from this worthy label. Arthur Conley never again came close to "Sweet Soul Music," but it's as potent a tribute to Southern soul as you could want. Aretha Franklin has almost a third of the tunes here, but who's complaining? Two tunes by the underrated Clarence Carter are a treat, as is the album-closing "Rainy Night in Georgia" by the dignified yet soulful Brook Benton.
We are entering a new golden age of soul music. Aretha Franklin’s rise in the late 1960s has been well-documented by historians and fans. Having struggled for years to get her career off the ground while signed to Columbia Records, she hit pay dirt after a move to Atlantic and teaming with the musicians at the legendary Muscle Shoals studios in Alabama. Stevie would go on one of the greatest album runs of all time: 1973’s Innervisions, 1974’s Fulfillingness’ First Finale, and 1976’s Songs In the Key of Life were all commercial and critical smashes. At a time when Bob Dylan was inconsistent, John Lennon was incoherent, and Bruce Springsteen was only beginning to come into his own, Stevie Wonder was the gold standard for what a popular singer-songwriter could achieve.
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Soul Hits Of The 70's. Other standout tracks are "Could It Be I'm Falling In Love" by the Spinners, "Feel Like Makin' Love" by Roberta Flack, and "Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You" by Wilson Pickett. One person found this helpful.
|A1||–The Mainstreeters||It's My Life|
|A2||–Maceo & The Macks||Soul Power|
|A3||–Fred Wesley & The JB's||Backstabbers|
|A5||–Al Wilson||Born On The Bayou|
|A6||–James Brown||It's A Man's Man's World|
|B1||–Gloria Gaynor||Honey Bee|
|B2||–Sweet Charles*||Soul Man|
|B3||–Joe Simon||Get Down Get Down|
|B4||–Jimmy Ruffin||Tell Me What You Want|
|B5||–Lyn Collins||What My Baby Needs Now Is A Little More Lovin'|
|B6||–Bobby Keys||Honky Tonk|
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