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1) In addition to serving as the longtime vocalist with Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm, Jimmy Thomas also recorded a series of solo singles lionized in today's Northern soul circles.
2) Blessed with a warm, sweet voice, Major Lance was one of the leading figures of Chicago soul during the '60s and the top-selling artist for OKeh Records during the decade. Lance not only had a lovely voice, but his material was excellent.
3) Herbie Goins is an African-American blues and R&B singer who has spent most of his career in England. He was born in Florida, and his mother was a gospel singer who had a strong influence on him.
4) Edna Wright, Carolyn Willis, and Shellie Clark comprised the vocal trio Honey Cone, which only stayed together for four years but was still one of the best female soul groups of the early '70s (Photo artwork)
- 1 Jimmy Thomas The Darkest Hour (Take 7)
- 2 Major Lance It Ain't No Use
- 3 Herbie Goins and The Soultimers I'll Get The Best Of You
- 4 Larry Williams I Hear My Baby
- 5 Johnny Copeland Sufferin' City
- 6 Phyllis Dillon Make Me Yours
- 7 Herbie Goins & Nightimers The Music Played On (2007 Remastered Version)
- 8 Honey Cone Take Me With You
- 9 Martha Reeves & The Vandellas Just One Look
- 10 Sam & Dave You Got Me Hummin'
- 11 Major Lance Sometimes I Wonder
- 12 Carla Thomas Will You Love Me Tomorrow
- 13 McRebennack Sahara
- 14 Betty Everett Getting Mighty Crowded
- 15 Jimmy Thomas Just Tryin' To Please You
- 16 Herbie Goins & Nightimers Cruisin' (2007 Remastered Version)
- 17 Major Lance Hey Little Girl
- 18 Honey Cone One Monkey Don't Stop No Show Pt. 2
- 19 Major Lance Just One Look
- 20 Mary Wells You Beat Me To The Punch (Stereo Version) (Stereo Version)
- 21 The Velvelettes (We've Got) Honey Love
- 22 Little Johnny Taylor Zig Zag Lightning
- 23 Jimmy "Soul" Clark Sweet Darlin'
- 24 Carmine Appice, Dean Parrish Lonely