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The Billboard Hot 100 for 12 May, 1979 showed Peaches & Herb's traditional soul sound stemming the disco tide, as 'Reunited' held at No. 1 amid dance fever.
An ambassador for “the realness of jazz and soul”, Kandace Springs is set to release her debut album, ‘Soul Eyes’ through Blue Note later in the year.
Here's Corinne Bailey Rae's new video for 'Green Aphrodisiac,' from her third studio album The Heart Speaks In Whispers, out on 13 May on Good Groove/EMI.
Well known to Rolling Stones devotees over a period of more than 20 years, the singer will soon embark on her own European tour with her band Grand Baton.
The duo were holding on for their first R&B No. 1 with a gem from the Isaac Hayes/David Porter songbook.
An unexpected pairing brought a new Hot 100 entry in 1968.
A remarkable, unreleased collaboration between Miles Davis and Prince has re-emerged online. Listen to 'Can I Play With U?' here.
uDiscover salutes Minnie Riperton, nearly 38 years since we lost the deeply soulful singer and songwriter who was about so much more than just 'Lovin' You.'
Billy Paul, a key representative of the “Philly Soul” sound with his classic 'Me And Mrs. Jones,' died 24 April after a diagnosis with pancreatic cancer.
Wilson Pickett began as a gospel singer in Detroit, Michigan before finding the blues and becoming one of the most respected soul singers of his generation
The newly solo Supreme charts with the album of her first TV special.
'Don't Leave Me This Way' prompted Thelma's close-fought UK chart battle with Harold Melvin and the Bluenotes, but in the US, she won hands down.
William Bell, a much-admired survivor of the vintage Stax era, is back on the label. His album This Is Where I Live is out on Stax via Concord on 3 June.
Leon Haywood, who had US R&B hits over nearly 20 years and was then sampled by Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg, died on Tuesday (5) in Los Angeles. He was 74.
The expanded reissue of ‘Motortown Revue: Live In Paris’ proves that Berry Gordy’s were firing on all cylinders in the French capitol in 1965.