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  5. Homer Banks
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    Homer Banks (August 2, 1941 – April 3, 2003) was an African-American…

  6. Born in France to a musical family, Daniel Janin discovered jazz radio during the German occupation .
    In 1957, Jean Nohain hired him for his first…

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  10. Preston Haines Love (April 26, 1921, Omaha, Nebraska – February 12, 2004, Omaha, Nebraska) was an American alto saxophonist, bandleader and…

  11. Gene Allison (born Versle Eugene Allison, Pegram, Tennessee, August 29, 1934 - d. Nashville, Tennessee, February 8, 2004) was an American R&B singer.…

  12. Kip Anderson was a gospel and 'country soul' singer from South Carolina, United States, who recorded his best known work for the Excello record…

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  14. The Flaming Ember was an American white soul band from Detroit, Michigan, who found brief commercial success starting in 1969.

    The group originally…

  15. Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States, Powell was a heavily gospel-influenced soul artist, who achieved modest success in the 60s and 70s…

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  17. A brilliant Southern soul singer, Florida's Big John Hamilton had a voice to match his name and practically defines the concept of obscurity.…

  18. Known in Northern soul circles as "The Human Percolator," blue-eyed soul shouter Billy Harner was born and raised in Philadelphia, first emerging in…

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