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notice that the sign says "nice People" and "good country music".today it should read "a bunch of rednecks getting down to commericalized pop that record producers and executives pass off as country music! Damn I miss real Country Music!

Frank Wilson - Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) - Northern Soul Music - Rare Soul Records - 70s Soul Music

Loved the Tamla Motown sound! Frank Wilson - Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) - Northern Soul Music - Rare Soul Records - Soul Music

Great photo of Al Green, one of my favorite soul singers. He wasn't on Stax but I still consider him to have had that Memphis sound. Y'all gon make me put on some Al Green right now!

Great photo of Al Green one of my favorite soul singers. He wasn't on Stax but I still consider him to have had that Memphis sound. Y'all gon make me put on some Al Green right now!

Motown Music Corp. Record Label  Advertisement 60's Graphic Art / Soul Music )

Record Label Advertisement Graphic Art / Soul Music ) Motown has five major labels – Tamla, Motown, Gordy, Soul and V.

marvin gaye.

THE INCOMPARABLE MARVIN GAYE

notoriouszag: “ “ Greatest musician to ever live R. Marvin Gaye (April 1939 – April ” *one of the greatest.

SOUL Christopher David Ryan.

Minimalist Ingenious Music Posters by Christopher David Ryan Illustrations)…

By the time Gladys Knight and the Pips were signed to Motown, the young woman was a seasoned music business veteran, having toured as a teenager in the late '50s with such R&B stars as Little Willie John and Sam Cooke. (The Detroit News archives)

AaSinger-Songwriter, Actress, Businesswoman, Humanitarian, and Author: Gladys Maria Knight aka the "Empress of Soul". Seven time Grammy Award Winner and lead vocalist of the hit soul group Gladys Knight and The Pips.

DappereDown (The Temptations. )

The Temptations were the first Motown act to win a Grammy in 1968 and are considered to be one of, if not the, most influential band in the soul music genre. But the hits of The Temptations were never rewarded in Grammy’s top categories.

Ray Charles photographed by Lee Friedlander, 1959.

Ray Charles photographed by Lee Friedlander, he moved to New York City where he photographed jazz musicians for record covers. His early work was influenced by Eugène Atget, Robert Frank, and Walker Evans.

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