Saturday, May 17, 2003

Maximum R&B: A Top 25 List

“Son Of A Preacher Man,” Dusty Springfield
“Sweet Soul Music,” Arthur Conley
“The Pick Up,” Etta James
“Tired of Being Alone,” Al Green
“Tramp,” Otis Redding and Carla Thomas
“Cry to Me,” Solomon Burke
“The Hawg, Part One ,“ Eddie Kirk
“Do You Love Me?” Contours
“You're No Good,” Betty Everett
“Hey There Lonely Girl,” Eddie Holman
“Shoop Shoop Song,” Betty Everett
“We Got More Soul,” Dyke & The Blazers
“Didn't I Blow Your Mind This Time?” Del-Fonics
“I'm Your Puppet” James and Bobby Purify
“Shake a Tail Feather” Five Du-Tones
“Night Train” James Brown
“Seven Rooms of Gloom,” Four Tops
“The Oogum Boogum Song,” Brenton Wood
“Private Number,” William Bell & Judy Clay
“Have You Seen Her?” Chi-Lites
“Black Man,” Stevie Wonder
“Mama Told Me Not to Come,” Wilson Pickett
“I’m Stone in Love With You,” The Stylistics
“Hitchhike,” Marvin Gaye
“Shake a Tail Feather,” The Five Du-Tones

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi Rodney,

You put the Five du-tones twice in your great list.