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Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin the undisputed Queen of Soul, her gospel-tinged R&B displays one of the greatest voices in recording history. Franklin’s commercial and artistic success was unabated in the early ’70s, during which she landed more huge hits with...
Ann Peebles

Ann Peebles

Ann Peebles, a powerful voice and an even stronger attitude, Ann Peebles was one of the artists who defined Willie Mitchell’s legendary Memphis soul label Hi Records, along with Al Green and, later, O.V. Wright. Easily the best female singer in the Hi stable....
Al Wilson

Al Wilson

Mississippian soul vocalist who placed nine singles on the R&B chart, including the 1973 number one pop hit “Show and Tell.” Al Wilson on-air on FUNKY RADIO – www.funky.radio
AL HUDSON

AL HUDSON

Detroit vocalist Al Hudson has led various funk and soul aggregations since the late ’70s. Although he never landed anything remotely close to a big hit, the group consistently recorded through the ’70s and into the early ’80s. Hudson and the Soul...
African Music Machine

African Music Machine

The African Music Machine was an eight-piece funk outfit from New Orleans led by bassist/songwriter Louis Villery. They got their start as a house band for the Jewel/Paula label axis, playing on records by the likes of Fontella Bass, Little Johnny Taylor, Roscoe...