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Keith Bernstein/Redferns
1 month 1 week ago
2021 Introduction: A semi-finalist for induction into The SoulMusic Hall Of Fame in the category ‘R&B Pioneer,’ Lenny Williams came to the attention of record buyers and audiences as the ‘voice’ behind hits by Tower Of Power such as “So Very Hard To Go” and “What Is Hip?” His solo career took a few years to jumpstart and by 1977, Lenny was riding a hit wave with “Choosing You” as he explained to David Nathan…
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Atlantic/Rhino
1 month 2 weeks ago
'Soul Brothers' is a record like few in the duo's catalogue - alone or together.
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Jim Britt/Michael Ochs Archive/Getty Images
1 month 2 weeks ago
Favorite songs from his most sensual album.
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Tabatha Fireman/Redferns
1 month 2 weeks ago
The Motown legend kept time for some of the label's greatest songs.
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Tom Copi/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images
1 month 3 weeks ago
The jazz legend's work has popped up in some hip-hop songs over the years.
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Salsoul Records
1 month 3 weeks ago
2021 Introduction: One of the nominees for induction into The SoulMusic Hall Of Fame in the category, ‘Legacy (Posthumous) Award,’ Bunny Sigler created a musical legacy as a formidable singer, songwriter and producer in particular with his recordings at Philadelphia International and then with Salsoul Records in the late ‘70s. He met up with David Nathan in the summer of 1978 to talk about his disco hit “Let Me Party With You”…
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Leni Sinclair/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images
1 month 2 weeks ago
2021 Introduction: Previous inducted into The SoulMusic Hall Of Fame in the category, ‘Legacy (Posthumous) Award,’ the late Teddy Pendergrass is also one of the nominees in the current slate for the ‘Male Artist’ category. In 1977, he was just at the start of his solo career when David Nathan checked in with him…
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Express Newspapers/Getty Images
1 month 3 weeks ago
11 of his classics from the late '50s and early '60s.
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