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  2. A veteran composer, vocalist, guitarist, and pianist, Prince Phillip Mitchell's roots are in vintage R & B, although he's better known for soul tunes.…

  3. The name "The Leaders" may refer to at least two different groups:

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  7. Frederick Knight (born in Birmingham, Alabama, USA on 15 August 1944) is an American R&B and Soul singer / songwriter / producer.

    Knight recorded…

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  10. C L Blast's real name is Clarence Lewis and he's been recording since the 1954 (Red Robin 136) as Clarence "Junior" Lewis/Little Junior Lewis and…

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  12. Shirley Walton is an american Soul/Rnb singer. She was born in Baystown, Texas, in 1936.

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  15. 1) Black Nasty was a little-known group in the early-'70s Detroit funk scene, following the path of the Parliament/Funkadelic crowd in mixing rock,…

  16. Roebuck "Pops" Staples (Dec. 28, 1914 – Dec. 19, 2000), was the patriarch of the Staples family (aka The Staples Singers): daughters Mavis, Yvonne,…

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