We remember Solomon Burke. ‘Gone To Soul Heaven’

This day (October 10, 2010), in Haarlemmermeer, Netherlands, died Solomon Burke, American singer and archbishop of the United House of Prayer For All People.

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This day (October 10, 2010), in Haarlemmermeer, Netherlands, died Solomon Burke, American singer and archbishop of the United House of Prayer For All People.Digest Tracklist : Cry To Me . w/ De Dijk – Hold On Tight (2009) . Try A Little Tenderness . Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (2003) . Proud Ma

Digest Tracklist :

Cry To Me . w/ De Dijk – Hold On Tight (2009) . Try A Little Tenderness . Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (2003) . Proud Mary . I Can’T Stop Loving You (1987) .

Solomon Burke Top 10 :

Cry To Me . None of Us Are Free . Everybody Needs Somebody To Love . Don’t Give Up on Me . Fast Train . Got To Get You Off My Mind . If You Need Me . Diamond in Your Mind . Can’t Nobody Love You . Flesh and Blood .

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Wikipedia : This day (October 10, 2010), in Haarlemmermeer, Netherlands, died Solomon Burke, American singer and archbishop of the United House of Prayer For All People.

Solomon Burke : Conquering hearts, moving hips and electrifying fans in ways no one thought possible, the Philadelphia born legend’s soul-stirring smashes and charismatic presence captured the imagination of young people like no one else of his era.

@allmusic : While Solomon Burke never made a major impact upon the pop audience — he never, in fact, had a Top 20 hit — he was an important early soul pioneer.

@last.fm : In 1964 he wrote and recorded Everybody Needs Somebody to Love his most prominent bid for an enduring soul standard. Covered by the Rolling Stones the same year, other well-known versions include one by Wilson Pickett and another a decade and a half later in the 1980 feature film by The Blues Brothers.

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