This week In Soul Artists 18/52

Roberta Flack, Bill Withers, Joan Armatrading, The Isley Brothers, Ray Charles, Ben E. King, The Neville Brothers, Patti Labelle, Dionne Warwick, Destiny’s Child, Childish Gambino, Snoop Dogg

. They are the Soul Artists selected among the 322 Posts we publish this week.

Here, they are reunited in one glorious playlist. Enjoy!


This week In Soul Artists 18/52


1 . Roberta Flack . Where Is The Love

Lifted from : Atlantic release ‘Roberta Flack . Donny Hathaway’ featuring ‘Where Is the Love’ (1972)

2 . Bill Withers . Use Me

Lifted from : Bill Withers releases ‘Still Bill’ featuring ‘Lean on Me’ . ‘Use Me’ (1972)

3 . Joan Armatrading . Woman In Love

Lifted from : Joan Armatrading releases ‘Into the Blues,’ her sixteenth album (2007)

4 . The Isley Brothers . What Would You Do?

Lifted from : The Isley Brothers release ‘Body Kiss,’ their twenty ninth album written, arranged and produced by R. Kelly (2003)

5 . Ray Charles . Let The Good Times Roll

Lifted from : Ray Charles records in New-York ‘The Genius of Ray Charles’ (1959)

6 . Ben E. King . Save The Last Dance For Me (w/ Mark Knopfler)

Lifted from : We all remember Ben E. King. ‘For . Day’

7 . The Neville Brothers . Everybody Plays The Fool

Lifted from : The Neville Brothers close New-Orleans Jazzfest (1991)

8 . Patti Labelle . You’ll Never Walk Alone

Lifted from : On TV today, Sarah Vaughan, Diana Ross . Patti LaBelle et al return to the Apollo (1985)

9 . Dionne Warwick . Deja Vu

Lifted from : Arista publish Dionne Warwick’s ‘Dionne’ produced By Barry Manilow (1979)

10 . Destiny’s Child . Independent Woman

Lifted from : Destiny’s Child release ‘Survivor,’ their third album produced by Beyoncé (2001)

11 . Childish Gambino . Freaks And Geeks

Lifted from : Childish Gambino visits Atlanta (2011)

12 . Snoop Dogg . That’s That Shit

Lifted from : Snoop Dogg raps in Hollywood (2015)


This week Top 20 in HipHop & Soul on RVM *

(*) According to our own statistics, upadted on November 27, 2022

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