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The Man Who Invented Soul
Wilson Pickett: A Man And A Half
Rock, soul and gospel
The Best Of Sam & Dave
Sam & Dave
Queen of Soul: The Best of Aretha Franklin
How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You
How Sweet It Is to Be Loved by You is the fifth studio album released by American singer and songwriter Marvin Gaye, released in 1965. The album features the successful title track, which at the time was his best-selling single. Other hits include "Try It Baby" and "Baby Don't You Do It".
The song "How Sweet It Is" has been covered by many notable musicians, including James Taylor, Joan Osborne, Michael McDonald and Michael Bublé.
The Ultimate Collection - When A Man Loves A Woman
James Brown Greatest Hits
Talk That Talk, Vol. 1
The Atlantic Hits
Hi Records: The Soul Years
Rhino Hi-Five: Clarence Carter
Rhino Hi-Five: Arthur Conley
Sweetest Peaches : Part Two
You Got My Mind Messed Up
You Got My Mind Messed Up is a 1967 album by James Carr. Although Carr is not as well known as his contemporaries such as Otis Redding or Aretha Franklin, "You Got My Mind Messed Up" has been cited as one of the top soul music albums of all time. Allmusic gave it 5 stars from two different reviewers. On the 2002 re-release Mojo magazine stated "This is undoubtedly one of the greatest soul albums of all time.".
After Carr's death in 2001, Kent Records re-released the album with another dozen bonus tracks.
Going To A Go-Go
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
Going to a Go-Go is a 1965 album by the Miracles, the first to credit the group as Smokey Robinson and the Miracles. It includes four of the Miracles' Top 20 hits: "Ooo Baby Baby", "The Tracks of My Tears", "Going to a Go-Go", and "My Girl Has Gone". It was produced by Miracles lead singer Smokey Robinson, along with Frank Wilson and William "Mickey" Stevenson.
Primarily produced by Miracles lead singer Smokey Robinson, Going to a Go-Go features compositions co-written by Miracles members Robinson, Ronald White, Bobby Rogers, Pete Moore, and Marv Tarplin. In fact, with the sole exception of the song, "My Baby Changes Like The Weather", this entire album was written by The Miracles.
Going To A Go-Go was the only Miracles studio LP to chart within the Top 10 of the Billboard 200 albums chart, where it remained for 40 weeks, peaking at number 8. The LP peaked at number-one on Billboard's R&B albums chart. In 2003, the album achieved Gold Record status. It was ranked number 271 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
Going to a Go-Go was reissued on CD in 2002, coupled with the Miracles' Away We a Go-Go.
Knock On Wood (US Release)
20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best Of The Temptations, Vol. 1 - The '60s
"20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best of The Temptations, Volume 1: The '60s" is the 2000 compilation album by The Temptations.
Walking the Dog (Mono)
The Sound Of New Orleans
20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best of Jr. Walker & The All Stars
Jr. Walker & The All Stars
A Fool For You
Ike and Tina Turner
The Greatest Hits
Four Tops is the 1965 self-titled debut studio album by the American vocal group the Four Tops. The album was written and produced by the Motown's main writing/producing team Holland-Dozier-Holland. Four Tops includes the singles "Baby I Need Your Loving", "Without the One You Love", and "Ask the Lonely".
20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Barrett Strong
The Definitive Collection
Martha Reeves & the Vandellas
Shake And Fingerpop
Complete Sussex & Columbia Album Masters
Forever: The Complete Motown Albums, Volume 1
The Very Best Of The Staple Singers
The Staple Singers
It's Our Thing
The Isley Brothers
It's Our Thing is the sixth album released by The Isley Brothers on their own T-Neck Records imprint on April 26, 1969. Fully emancipated from three and a half years in Motown Records and encouraged by their international success in England, the Isleys composed this album in the style of Sly & the Family Stone/James Brown funk that was dominating the music industry at the time but with their own flair as explained in their smash "It's Your Thing". Other hits off the album though it didn't chart included "I Know Who You Been Socking It To" and "Give the Women What They Want". This album was also the Isleys' first Top 40 record reaching #22 on the pop albums chart. Curiously, despite its importance in the career of the seminal group, this album was not released in CD format until 2008. The album was remastered and expanded for inclusion in the 2015 released CD box set "The RCA Victor & T-Neck Album Masters, 1959-1983".
Cry To Me-The Best Of Freddie Scott
Now That I Found A Good Thing
The Complete Atco/Atlantic Singles Vol. 1: 1960-1966
Ben E. King
Do You Love Me (Now That I Can Dance)
Do You Love Me (Now That I Can Dance) is the only album issued by The Contours during their recording career at Motown Records. Issued on Motown's Gordy subsidiary in October 1962, the album includes the hit title track and the number 21 R&B hit single "Shake Sherry". Also including the early singles "Whole Lotta' Woman" and "The Stretch", Do You Love Me is notable as the first LP to be released by Gordy Records. The song was also performed in the movies Dirty Dancing, Getting Even With Dad, Teen Wolf Too, and "Beethoven's 2nd". It was performed by Bootsy Collins and the Funk Brothers in the movie Standing in the Shadows of Motown and in 2016 was used in a Pepsi-Cola commercial featuring Janelle Monáe.
The Definitive Collection
Gladys Knight & The Pips
Erma Franklin: Piece Of Her Heart - The Epic And Shout Years
Rhythm and Blues Nights, Vol. 2
Best Of The Best
Little Willie John
The Last Night!
The Motown Anthology
Get Down With It!: The OKeh Sessions
Understanding is the fourth studio album by American musician Bobby Womack. The album was released on March 30, 1972, by United Artists Records. Womack recorded Understanding in Memphis, Tennessee at American Sound Studio and in Muscle Shoals Sound Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. At Muscle Shoals, he utilized top session players, including drummer Roger Hawkins, guitarists Jimmy Johnson and Tippy Armstrong, bassist David Hood and keyboardist Barry Beckett.
The album reached No. 43 on the Billboard pop albums chart and No. 7 on the R&B albums chart. One of the key songs from the album, "I Can Understand It", has become a soul classic and was a major hit for New Birth the following year. The song was also covered by Womack's brothers The Valentinos with production from Bobby. The brothers sing background on the original version. The album version of "I Can Understand It" became a huge club hit in the northeast underground soul and gay clubs prior to the birth of disco. At that time, DJs skillfully played the cut directly from the album. New York City record stores began selling the album briskly when they noticed a highly diverse customer base buying Womack's music.
Rhino Hi-Five: Curtis Mayfield
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