Musique !

[61 images] UFUNK – La Sélection du Week End n°75

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!

Marvin Gaye   "Dont ever confuse my confidence for arrogance; a confident man controls a room an arrogant man pollutes it." Charlie Pomroy

THE INCOMPARABLE MARVIN GAYE

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

12x18 on 65# cover weight kraft paper    A tribute the godfather of soul, James Brown. He is one of the founding fathers of funk music and a major

on cover weight kraft paper A tribute the godfather of soul, James Brown. He is one of the founding fathers of funk music and a major

i bet you already seen this one but STILL

"Shout and Shimmy" is an R&B song written by James Brown, and recorded by him and The Famous Flames. It rose to on the R&B chart and on the Billboard.

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.

Sly and the Family Stone, including from the top, Larry Graham, Cynthia Robinson, Jerry Martini, Sly Stone, Rose Stone, Freddie Stone and Gregg Errico.

tinyluckygenius: “ Poor Jerry Martini, having to be seated next to Sly while wearing a brocade table cloth. blackhistoryalbum: “ ITS A FAMILY AFFAIR Sly and the Family Stone, including from the top,.

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!

Soul Train, soul music tv program launched in 1971.  We never got this in England but I know I would have loved it, the dancing the flares the disco not to mention the Afros, oh yes

'Soul Train' creator Don Cornelius found dead

Ever Saturday morning.and American Bandstand. I learned to dance watching these shoes and I ALWAYS wanted to be a Soul Train dancer!

Pinterest
Search