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Edna Wright, Carolyn Willis, and Shellie Clark comprised the vocal trio Honey Cone, which only stayed together for four years but was still one of the best female soul groups of the early '70s. Although Honey Cone (which lead singer Wright formed in 1969) was based in Los Angeles, their recordings were Northern-style soul — specifically, Detroit soul. Martha & the Vandellas and the Marvelettes — two of the female vocal groups that epitomized Motown Records' sound in the '60s — were among… read more

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  • This ain't disco, this IS Northern Soul, 70's style. They rivalled The Marvellettes and a few others and no group had a better afro, what a beauty.
  • What ever happened to Disco; like Studio 54, Kool and the Gang, village People
  • WTH is "northern style soul " though? I tell you these "terms" for music on here baffle me
  • Sweet soulful music <3
  • trully underrated !!!
  • Their first album is quite solid, and the follow-ups are equally cool.
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  • Absolute <3
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  • I just discovered them and I'm amazed, Sunday Morning People, It's better to have love and lost, Take my Love, Are you man enough, Deaf, Blind and Paralyzed All great songs.

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