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    Quote Originally Posted by Zero Hunter View Post
    No love for the great rev Al Green? For shame. Love and Happiness, I'm so Tired of Being Alone, Let's Stay Together, and so many many more great songs.
    My favorite Al Green song is So Tired of Being Alone


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    I apologize for the poor quality of the footage. Here's Grandmaster Flash and "White Lines." The dancers make me think of a low budget version of the movie Fame or something.



    Best bass line ever
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    Prince performing live at his Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction. Prince...the man who looks like Little Richard, dances like James Brown, and plays like Jimi Hendrix.


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    19 year old Patti Austin in 1969, singing a tongue-in-cheek song about interracial dating:


    I am loving those rougher vocals more than her later "smooth jazz" perfectionist vibe, actually.

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    Under the sliding scale, this song just makes it. I find it incredibly poignant.


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    More Prince !!! Incredible !!!


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    This is so 90s, and I love the "black is beautiful" vibe it gives me.



    One of the guys is Marc Nelson, whose mother Phyllis Nelson had a hit with "Move Closer" in the 80s.

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    don't slap me cuz I'm not in the mood...


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    Slow dancing back in the day,,,


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    This song explains what it's all about: Sweet Soul Music (written by Arthur Conley and Otis Redding) performed by "Wicked" Wilson Pickett.


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    At the time my eldest cousin's room was like to me the place to hear the hottest and latest music when I'd visit

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    Willie Nelson's Country/Western ballad Funny How Times Slips Away has been recorded by just about everybody, but perhaps never more memorably than in this 1964 R&B version by Joe Hinton:


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    Jackie Wilson sings Higher and Higher. 'Nuff said.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Surf View Post
    I'd be remiss to ever leave out PE when talking about classics. I was raised on these joints.

    Man, The Bomb Squad and Terminator X are still forward thinking now.

    "Terminator X To The Edge Of Panic" is still amazing.

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    As for this one, it's certainly from the "Guilty Pleasure" pile...


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