This week In Soul Artists 25/52

Bobby Blue Bland, Aretha Franklin, Lou Rawls, Stevie Wonder, Joss Stone, Jill Scott, The Roots, Wyclef Jean, Beyoncé, Trombone Shorty, Orleans Avenue, Bobby Brown, The Neville Brothers, Clarence Clemons, Billy Preston

They are the Soul Artists selected among the 444 Posts we publish this week.

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


1 . Bobby Blue Bland – Ain’t No Sunshine When She’s Gone

Lifted from : We remember Bobby Blue Bland. ‘A Bland Blue Day’

2 . Aretha Franklin & Lou Rawls – Born To Sing The Gospel

Lifted from : Aretha Franklin & Lou Rawls entertain the White House (1994)

3 . Stevie Wonder – Free

Lifted from : Stevie Wonder celebrates the Eiffel Tower (1989)

4 . Joss Stone – Super Duper Love

Lifted from : Joss Stone sings in New-York City (2012)

5 . Jill Scott – Blessed

Lifted from : Jill Scott releases her fourth album : ‘The Light of the Sun’ (2011)

6 . The Roots – How I Got Over

Lifted from : Def Jam publish The Roots’ ninth album : ‘How I Got Over’ (2010)

7 . Wyclef Jean – We Trying To Stay Alive (w/ John Forté, Pras)

Lifted from : Wyclef Jean releases his debut album : ‘The Carnival’ featuring ‘Gone Till November’ (1997)

8 . Beyoncé – Party (w/ J. Cole)

Lifted from : Beyoncé releases ‘4,’ her fourth album featuring ‘Run the World (Girls)’ (2011)

9 . Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue – One Night Only

Lifted from : On TV today, Trombone Shorty with David Letterman (2010)

10 . Bobby Brown – Don’t Be Cruel

Lifted from : Bobby Brown releases ‘Don’t Be Cruel,’ his second album featuring ‘My Prerogative’ (1988)

11 . The Neville Brothers – Yellow Moon

Lifted from : There is a Neville Brothers reunion in New-Orleans (1991)

12 . Clarence Clemons & Billy Preston – You’re A Friend Of Mine

Lifted from : We remember Clarence Clemons. ‘Big Man Clarence’


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