RnB soul 70s

 

JOURNEY THROUGH 400 RnB SOUL SONGS

RnB SOUL  ∙  50s  ∙  60s  ∙  70s  ∙  80s-90s  ∙  Neo Soul 2000s-2010s  ∙

RnB Soul 70s

RnB Soul 70s

∙  1970  ∙  Get up (I feel like being a sex machine) (James Brown)  ∙  Turn back the hands of time  (Tyrone Davis)  ∙  Be my baby (Cissy Houston)  ∙  1971  ∙  Hard times (Baby Huey & the Babysitters)  ∙  Clean up woman (Betty Wright & The Roots)  ∙  Treat her like a lady (Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose)  ∙  Curse upon the world (Apple & The Three Oranges)  ∙  That lovin' feelin' (Isaac Hayes)  ∙  Family affair (Sly & the Family Stone)  ∙  Smiling faces sometimes (The Undisputed Truth)  ∙  Let's stay together (Al Green)  ∙  Ain't no sunshine (when she's gone) (Bill Withers)  ∙  Mr Big Stuff (Jean Knight)  ∙  1972  ∙  Didn't I (Darando)  ∙  I'll take you there (The Staples Singers)  ∙  In the rain (The Dramatics)  ∙  The Ghetto (George Benson)  ∙  If you don't know me by now Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes)  ∙  Think (about it) (Lyn collins)  ∙  Our lives are shaped by what we love (Odyssey)  ∙  Backstabbers (The O'Jays)  ∙  I saw the light (Todd Rundgren)  ∙  Me and Mrs Jones (Billy Paul)  ∙  Papa was a rolling stone (The Temptations)  ∙  This world today is a mess (Donna Hightower)  ∙  Killing me softly with his song (Roberta Flack)  ∙  I can see clearly now (Johnny Nash)  ∙  Freddie's dead (Curtis Mayfield)  ∙  Everything good is bad (100 Proof (Aged in Soul))  ∙

∙  1973  ∙  Brother where are you? (Freddy Cole)  ∙  Midnight train to Georgia (Gladys Knight & The Pips)  ∙  I believe in miracles (The Jackson Sisters)  ∙  Would you believe in me (Jon Lucien)  ∙  In the still of the night (Salena Jones)  ∙  Give me your love (Sisters Love)  ∙  Blackbyrd (Donald Byrd)  ∙  Jungle boogie (Soul Train (ft Kool & the Gang ))  ∙  I can't stand the rain (Ann Peebles)  ∙  Why can't we live together (Timmy Thomas)  ∙  Cosmic slop (Funkadelic)  ∙  1974  ∙  Web (Hampton Hawes)  ∙  The bottle (Gil Scott-Heron)  ∙  Hang on in there Baby (Johnny Bristol)  ∙  Sugar pie guy (The Joneses)  ∙  Party down (Little Beaver (Willie Hale))  ∙  TSOP (The 'Soul Train' theme) (MFSB)  ∙  Fire (Ohio Players)  ∙  Let's straighten it out (Latimore)  ∙  Woman to woman (Shirley Brown)  ∙  Inspiration information (Shuggie Otis)  ∙  You make me feel brand new (The Stylistics)  ∙  At the hotel (Eunice Collins)  ∙  Be thankful for what you got (William DeVaughn)  ∙  Right on for the darkness (Willie Wright)  ∙  Nothing from nothing (Billy Preston)  ∙  Rock your baby (George McCrae)  ∙  You're the first, the last, my everything (Barry White) 

∙  1975  ∙  Southern nights (Allen Toussaint)  ∙  Sara smile (Daryl Hall & John Oates)  ∙  Loving you (Minnie Riperton)  ∙  Sunshine day (Osibisa)  ∙  That's the way (I like it) (KC & the Sunshine Band)  ∙  F.U.N.K (Betty Davis)  ∙  1976  ∙  Lowdown (Boz Scaggs)  ∙  Feel the spirit (Leroy Hutson)  ∙  Get it up for love (Ned Doheny)  ∙  Good friends (Wah Wah Watson)  ∙  Love hangover (Diana Ross)  ∙  1977  ∙  Float on (The Floaters)  ∙  Music is my sanctuary (Gary Bartz)  ∙  Turn this Mutha out (Idris Muhammad)  ∙  Going back to my roots (Lamont Dozier)  ∙  Give me the sunshine (Leo's Sunshipp)  ∙  I'm so happy now (Willie Wright)  ∙  I feel love (Donna Summer)  ∙  Show some emotion (Joan Armatrading)  ∙  Birdland (Weather report)  ∙

∙  1978  ∙  Le freak (Chic)  ∙  What you won't do for love (Bobby Caldwell)  ∙  Oh honey (Delegation)  ∙  Ain't no time fa nothing (The Futures)  ∙  Get down (Gene Chandler)  ∙  I just wanna stop (Gino Vanelli)  ∙  (Let me) Be your lover (Jimmy "Bo" Horne)  ∙  Can't you see me? (Roy Ayers)  ∙  Boogie Oogie Oogie (A Taste of Honey)  ∙  Holdin' on (to your love) (Terry Callier)  ∙  Disco inferno (The Trammps)  ∙  September (Earth Wind & Fire)  ∙  I will survive (Gloria Gaynor)  ∙  Fire (Pointer Sisters)  ∙  You make me feel (Sylvester)  ∙  1979  ∙  You can't change that (Raydio)  ∙  The sweetest pain (Dexter Wansel ft Terri Wells)  ∙  Ain't no stoppin' us now (McFadden and Whitehead)  ∙  Let's talk it over (Lee Field & the Expressions)  ∙  What's your name (Leon Ware)  ∙  Ring my bell (Anita Ward)  ∙  He's the greatest dancer (Sister Sledge)  ∙  Knee deep (Funkadelic)  ∙  Street life (Crusaders ft Randy Crawford)  ∙  Too hot (Kool and the Gang)  ∙  Working my way back to you (The Detroit Spinners)  ∙  Don't stop til' you get enough (Michael Jackson)

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RnB Soul 70s

JOURNEY THROUGH 400 RnB SOUL SONGS

RnB SOUL  ∙  50s  ∙  60s  ∙  70s  ∙  80s-90s  ∙  Neo Soul 2000s-2010s  ∙