Black Popular Music Notes

Black Popular Music Notes - 1962 Isaac Brothers- Twist and...

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1962 Isaac Brothers- ‘Twist and Shout’ The Drifters- ‘Up on the Roof’ 1963 Smokey Robinson- released hits for Mo-Town: ‘You really got a hold on me’ Dionne Warwick- ‘Don’t make me over’ 1964 The Four Tops- ‘Baby I need your lovin’ The Supremes (Originally The Primettes)- another Mo-Town group: ‘Baby Love’ 1965 James Brown- Icon of the 1960’s- ‘I got you’ (A blues song) Smokey Robinson and The Miracles- ‘Tracks of my Tears’ The Supremes- ‘Stop in the name of love’ (This was their signature song) James Brown- ‘Papa’s got a brand new bag’ The Four Tops- ‘Can’t help myself’ (Signature song of the 1960’s) 1966 Jimmy Ruffin- ‘What becomes of the broken hearted’ David Ruffin- ‘Beauty’s only skin deep’ Lee Dorsey- ‘Working in the coal mine’ and ‘Love is a hurting thing’ 1967 Aretha Franklin- ‘Respect’ (Originally written and performed by Otis Redding)
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