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  4. Rufus and Carla was the moniker Stax Records used when releasing duets by Rufus Thomas and daughter Carla Thomas. They have the distinction of…

  5. Patti Labelle's early-career '60 girl group, featuring future soul divas Nona Hendryx, Sarah Dash, and Supreme-to-be Cindy Birdsong.

  6. George Treadwell owned the rights to the name "Drifters", and still had a year's worth of bookings for the Apollo when he fired the group. In the…

  7. Jay & the Techniques was an inter-racial pop group, which was formed in Allentown, Pennsylvania during the mid 1960s. A group whose sound and…

  8. Ray, Goodman & Brown, are an American R&B vocal group. The group originated as The Moments, who formed in the late 1960s and whose greatest…

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  12. In addition to their own albums, The Four Tops were paired with The Supremes, who had just replaced lead singer Diana Ross with Jean Terrell, for…

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  14. If y'all don't know who these two artists are by now, you might as well give up.

  15. Born Eugene Booker McDaniels, a name he used in later life, in Kansas City on February 12, 1935, Gene was a former gospel singer, signed to Liberty…

  16. Billy Stewart (March 24, 1937 – January 17, 1970) was an American musical artist, with a highly distinctive scat-singing style, who enjoyed popularity…

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  18. Ketty Lester (16 August 1934 - ) is an American singer and television actress who is probably best recalled for her 1962 hit single "Love Letters"…

  19. Esther Phillips (December 23, 1935 – August 7, 1984) was an American singer. Phillips was known for her R&B vocals, but she was a versatile singer,…

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