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The Soul Players – Top 20 Soul Classics - The Best 20 Soul Chartbusters of All Time ! (2014)

12-09-2014, 15:57
Music | Jazz | Soul | Funk

The Soul Players – Top 20 Soul Classics - The Best 20 Soul Chartbusters of All Time ! (2014)

Artist: The Soul Players
Title Of Album: Top 20 Soul Classics:The Best 20 Soul Chartbusters of All Time !
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Revival Records
Genre: Funk, Music, R&B, Soul
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps
Tracks: 20
Total Time: 01:06:55
Total Size: 170 MB

01. The Soul Players - I Heard It Through the Grapevine (03:13)
02. The Soul Players - Let's Get It On (03:57)
03. The Soul Players - Mercy Mercy Me (03:15)
04. The Soul Players - Dancing in the Street (02:39)
05. The Soul Players - Don't Leave Me This Way (03:35)
06. The Soul Players - I'll Be There (03:55)
07. The Soul Players - My Girl (02:53)
08. The Soul Players - Jimmy Mack (02:45)
09. The Soul Players - Just My Imagination (03:55)
10. The Soul Players - What's Going On (03:50)
11. The Soul Players - Uptight (Everything's Alright) (02:55)
12. The Soul Players - My Guy (02:49)
13. The Soul Players - Reach out I'll Be There (03:03)
14. The Soul Players - You Keep Me Hanging On (02:47)
15. The Soul Players - Stop! In the Name of Love (02:50)
16. The Soul Players - You Can't Hurry Love (02:45)
17. The Soul Players - Tears of a Clown (02:59)
18. The Soul Players - Tracks of My Tears (02:50)
19. The Soul Players - What Becomes of the Broken Hearted (03:01)
20. The Soul Players - Papa Was a Rolling Stone (06:48)

With their slinky, horn-powered grooves, impeccable musicianship, and eye-popping album covers, the Ohio Players were among the top funk bands of the mid-'70s. Emerging from the musical hotbed of Dayton in 1959, the group was originally dubbed the Ohio Untouchables, and initially comprised singer/guitarist Robert Ward, bassist Marshall "Rock" Jones, saxophonist/guitarist Clarence "Satch" Satchell, drummer Cornelius Johnson, and trumpeter/trombonist Ralph "Pee Wee" Middlebrooks. In late 1961, a relative of Ward's founded the Detroit-based Lupine Records, and the group traveled north to the Motor City to back the Falcons on their hit "I Found a Love"; the Ohio Untouchables soon made their headlining debut with "Love Is Amazing," but when Ward subsequently exited for a solo career, the group essentially disbanded.

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