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  2. 1970s recording name of American music executive Tommy Mottola, former husband of Mariah Carey.

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  5. There are at least two bands with the name The Uptights.

    1. A soul/funk band out of the Oakland Bay Area. As Marvin Holmes' backing band from…

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  7. Lynne Randell (born Lynne Randall, 14 December 1949 – 8 June 2007) was an Australian pop singer. For three years in the mid-1960s she was…

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  9. Tony Middleton was born 26 June 1934 in Richmond, Virginia where he grew up and went to school. In the mid 50s, when he was in his late teens Tony…

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  11. Singer, guitarist, song writer, record producer and studio engineer Lou Ragland was born in Cleveland, Ohio.

  12. The Van Dykes were a soul trio based in Ft. Worth, Texas. They recorded for Mala Records in the 1960s. The Van Dykes disbanded in 1968.

  13. I remember this track being a popular dance sound, but yet again, the artists were not, by definition, 'soul singers'!

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  15. Motor City soul singer, songwriter, and producer Lorraine Chandler was born and raised in Detroit, claiming Otis Williams of the Temptations as a…

  16. Until GERRI GRANGER by chance won a amateur night contest at Teddy Powell's Lounge in Newark, N.J. When she was 14, she had no thoughts of…

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  19. One of the first of the late Fifties and early Sixties girl groups and among the few to write their own hits, the Shirelles were also one of the…

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