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  1. There are three artists that share this name:

    1) Ramp (1977-U.S.)

    A group that was based in Cincinnati and also an acronym for "Roy Ayers Music…

  2. Pianist/singer/writer Don Blackman, born 1953 in Queens, NY, grew up surrounded by jazz influences; a cousin was McCoy Tyner's friend and…

  3. One of the most underrated soul producers of the '70s, multi-talented producer/singer/songwriter/instrumentalist Leroy Hutson began his career…

  4. Gwen McCrae (b 21 December 1943, Pensacola, Florida) is an American R&B singer best known for her 1975 hit "Rockin’ Chair".

    Born Gwen Mosley in…

  5. Marlena Shaw (born Marlina Burgess, September 22, 1942, New Rochelle, New York, United States) is an American singer. Shaw began her singing career…

  6. The Los Angeles-based quintet Creative Source seemingly appeared out of nowhere in the early '70s to score with a funky disco rendition of Bill…

  7. There are multiple artists called Foxy:

    1) Foxy is a Latin Dance/disco group formed in 1976 in Miami, Florida.

    The group consisted of Ish "Angel"…

  8. First Choice is a three-piece 70s disco girl group, similar to The Three Degrees but more sassy, with Rochelle Fleming on lead. "I got something for…

  9. The Blackbyrds was a rhythm and blues and jazz-funk fusion group, formed in Washington, D.C. in 1973.

    The group was led by trumpeter Donald Byrd…

  10. Johnny Hammond was a pseudonym John Robert Smith (b. 16 Dec 1933, Louisville, KY, USA - d. 4 Jun 1997 - aka Johnny "Hammond" Smith), a jazz…

  11. William DeVaughn (b 1948, Washington D.C.) is an American R&B singer, songwriter and guitarist, best known for the hit song "Be Thankful for What…

  12. There are three artists by this name:

    1. The Emotions, a jamaican reggae vocal group recording for Lloyd Daley around 1970.

    2. The Emotions are a…

  13. There are three bands under the moniker The Reflections.

    1. A New York City vocal soul group formed in 1971.

    They also served as Melba Moore's…

  14. Keyboardist/singer/songwriter/arranger/musical director Patrice Rushen has had an outstanding career with several Top Ten R&B hits, including…

  15. Tom Browne (born October 30, 1954, Queens, New York), commonly referred to as "Mr. Jamaica Funk", is a jazz trumpeter who rose to prominence…

  16. Out of all the projects produced, arranged, and/or overseen by Harlem disco wizard Patrick Adams (Inner Life, Cloud One, Black Ivory, Bumblebee…

  17. Stephanie Mills (born Stephanie Dorthea Mills in Brooklyn, New York, USA on 2 March 1957) is an American R&B and soul singer, and a former Broadway…

  18. Sylvia Striplin is a New York based jazz and R&B vocalist. Striplin has worked with funk, jazz, and soul, vibraphonist Roy Ayers, who helped her…

  19. She was a singer who released a single in 1966 produced by James Brown on King Records. She is the black woman shown in photograph.

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