This week In Soul Artists 48

Mary J. Blige, Eve, Whitney Houston, The Roots, Valerie Simpson, Randy Crawford, Joe Sample, Ben E. King, Aaliyah, Rufus Thomas, Isaac Hayes, Bettye LaVette, Aretha Franklin, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Mary J. Blige. They are the Soul Artists selected among the 326 Posts we publish this week.

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

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Mary J. Blige, Eve, Whitney Houston, The Roots, Valerie Simpson, Randy Crawford, Joe Sample, Ben E. King, Aaliyah, Rufus Thomas, Isaac Hayes, Bettye LaVette, Aretha Franklin, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Mary J. Blige. They are the Soul Artists selected among the 326 Posts we publish this week. Here, they are r

Tracklist

1 . Mary J. Blige & Eve – Not Today

Lifted from : Geffen Records publish Mary J. Blige’s sixth album : ‘Love & Life’ (2003)

2 . Whitney Houston – It’s Not Right But It’s Okay

Lifted from : Whitney Houston visits Poland (1999)

3 . The Roots – Medley

Lifted from : The Roots visit Moscow (2008)

4 . Valerie Simpson – Street Corner

Lifted from : We all wish Happy Birthday to Valerie Simpson. ‘Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Valerie’

5 . Randy Crawford & Joe Sample – Feeling Good

Lifted from : Randy Crawford and Joe Sample release ‘Feeling Good ‘ (2006)

6 . Ben E. King – Stand by Me

Lifted from : Atco Records release Ben E. King’s third studio album : ‘Don’t Play That Song!’ featuring ‘Stand by Me’

7 . Aaliyah – More Than A Woman

Lifted from : We remember Aaliyah. ‘Miss Her’

8 . Rufus Thomas – The Breakdown

Lifted from : Stax Records artists gather at “Wattstax” (1973)

9 . Isaac Hayes – Rolling Down A Mountainside

Lifted from : ‘Isaac Hayes at Wattstax’ is recorded at the Wattstax music festival held at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (1972)

10 . Bettye LaVette – Yesterday Is Here

Lifted from : On TV today, Bettye LaVette live from NYC (2012)

11 . Aretha Franklin – Don’t Play That Song

Lifted from : Atlantic publish Aretha Franklin’s ‘Spirit in the Dark’ featuring ‘Don’t Play That Song (You Lied)’ (1970)

12 . Ms. Lauryn Hill & Mary J. Blige – I Used to Love Him

Lifted from : Lauryn Hill releases her debut solo album : ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ featuring ‘Doo Wop (That Thing),’ ‘Ex-Factor’ and ‘Everything Is Everything’ (1998)

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