Soul/Funk




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Several Motown or blues artists who were obviously soul artists too can be found either in 'Motown' or 'Blues Rock'.
Aretha Franklin
Otis Redding
Marvin Gaye
Barry White
The O' Jays
Roberta Flack
C'Men of the Board
The Jacksons
Harold Melvin
G'ham Cent. Station
Sly Stone
Chaka Khan
James Brown
Millie Jackson
Isaac Hayes
Curtis Mayfield
Prince
Diana Ross
Al Green
The Commodores
Gladys Knight/Pips
Laura Lee
Tommie Young
Betty Wright
Billy Paul
Bill Withers
Staple Singers
Rick James
Rufus
Sam Cooke
Sister Sledge
Skull Snaps
Detroit Spinners
Chi-Lites
The Manhattans
Tower Of Power
Angela Bofill
Ann Peebles
Candi Staton
Arthur Conley
Eddie Floyd
Eddy Giles
Don Covay
Sam & Dave
Wilson Pickett
Donny Hathaway
William Bell
Betty Harris
Barbara Lynn
The Crusaders
Blue Magic
Doris Troy
Leon Bridges
Lou Rawls
Percy Sledge
Howard Tate
Gonzalez
Heatwave
Prince Philip Mitchell
  Earth, Wind & Fire
Freda Payne
Bobby Womack
Chic
George McCrae
Gil Scott-Heron
Shirley Brown
Anthony White
Curtis Harding
MFSB
Sam Dees
The Delfonics
The Drifters
Black Pumas
The Meters
The Three Degrees
The Eliminators
Thelma Houston
The Natural Four
Booker T/Mgs
Buddy Miles
Clarence Wheeler
Donna Summer
Grace Jones
Johnnie Taylor
P.P. Arnold
Quincy Jones
Tavares
Terry Callier
Average White Band
 The Bar-Kays
The Dramatics
The Stylistics
The Topics
War
Blaxploitation
Wattstax
Atlantic 1947-74
Atlantic 20 Albums
Comp. Stax Singles  
Modern Soul
The Spring Story
Intro To Chess
Sat. Night Fever
SouLutions
Stone Foundation
Sade
Simply Red
Hot Chocolate
Luther Vandross
Kid Creole/Coconuts
KC/Sunshine Band
Rufus Thomas
Solomon Burke
Ben E. King
Det. Emeralds
Minnie Riperton
5th Dimension
Ike & Tina
Randy Crawford
Odyssey
Lionel Richie
Jermaine Jackson
Brothers Johnson
Car Wash
Kool & the Gang
Donald Byrd
Archie Bell/Drells
Shalamar
Etta James
Pointer Sisters
Herbie Hancock
Clarence Carter
Honey Cone
Doris Duke
Ohio Players