Soul RnB

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SOUL RnB JOURNEY THROUGH 250 AMERICAN SONGS

Courtesy of Gus

Soul RnB

Soul RnB  1950s - 60s, Esther Philips, Bobby Womack, Marlena Shaw

In addition to its forays into early rock, Rhythm and Blues developed its own music scene and rose to prominence in the late 50s under the designation “Soul RnB”.

1950s

Rock RnB

∙  1951  ∙  Rocket 88  (Ike Turner & Jackie Brenston)  ∙  Sixty minute man (Billy Ward & The Dominoes)  ∙  1953  ∙  Money honey  (Clyde McPhatter & the Drifters)  ∙  1954  ∙  Shake rattle' roll  (Big Joe Turner)  ∙  Work with me Annie  (Hank Ballard & The Midnighters)  ∙  I got a woman (Ray Charles)  ∙  1955  ∙  Wallflower (roll with me Henry!)  (Etta James & The Peaches)  ∙  Pretty Thing  (Bo Diddley)  ∙  1956  ∙  Tutti frutti / Long tall Sally  (Little Richard)  ∙  Everyday I have the blues  (B.B. King)  ∙  1957  ∙  Suzie Q (Dale Hawkins)  ∙  1958  ∙  Sweet little sixteen  (Chuck Berry)  ∙  Little Bitty Pretty One (Frankie Lymon)  ∙  1959  ∙  What'd I say  (Ray Charles)  ∙  Jump children  (The Flamingos)  ∙

Soul RnB

∙  1955  ∙  Only you (The Platters)  ∙  1956  ∙  Love is strange (Mickey & Sylvia)  ∙  In the still of the night (Fred Parris & The Satins)  ∙  I put a spell on you (Screamin' Jay Hawkins)  ∙  1957  ∙  You send me (Sam Cooke)  ∙  1958  ∙  Book of love (The Monotones)  ∙   Three cool cats (The Coasters)  ∙  1959  ∙  What a difference the day makes (Dinah Washington)  ∙  Tears on my pilow (Little Anthony)  ∙  Charlie Brown (The Coasters)  ∙  Shout  (The Isley Brothers)  ∙  That's why (I love you so) (Jackie Wilson)  ∙  Handyman (Jimmy Jones)  ∙