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  1. Don Hollinger

    One of the best of the hoarse voiced southern soul singers, Don Hollinger didn’t have a large number of records issued, but every…

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  4. Harold Burrage (March 30, 1931, Chicago, IL, USA - November 26, 1966, Chicago, IL, USA) was an American blues, rhythm & blues and soul pianist and…

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  7. Italian dance act produced by M. Marcolin and V. Gaffurini
    Singles: "Run To Me", "Don't Look Back", "Everybody" and "Make A Change".

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  9. Roscoe Shelton (August 22, 1931 – July 27, 2002) was an American electric blues and R&B singer. He is best remembered for his 1965 hit single,…

  10. Fred Hughes is an R&B singer. He was born in Arkansas, but moved to Compton, California. He first recorded while a student at Compton High School…

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  13. Chicago, Illinois, United States (1958-1973, 1999)

    The Artistics were an American R&B vocal group in the 1960s and early 1970s. Their biggest hit was…

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  16. Bahamanian soul artist who beginning in 1965 through 1976 recorded a series of soul tracks with an occasional funky Caribbean inflection for a…

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  18. James Phelps - born in Shreveport, Louisiana on April 2, 1932.

    Moved north to Chicago in the late 1950s were he participated in numerous gospel…

  19. Mamie Galore was a singer who recorded for Chess Records, along with Andre Williams, and Monk Higgings.

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