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Arthur Conley


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Arthur Conley: Arthur Lee Conley was a U.S. soul singer, best known for the 1967 hit "Sweet Soul Music".

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Google previewThe New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture (2013)

Volume 24: Race by Thomas C. Holt, Laurie Beth Green, Charles Reagan Wilson

FAME rhythm section—Jimmy Johnson, Roger Hawkins, David Hood, and Barry Beckett—backed King Curtis, Arthur Conley, Etta James, Clarence Carter, and others. This rhythm section left Hall in 1969, christened themselves the Muscle ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Dead Rock Stars (2012)

Heroin, Handguns, and Ham Sandwiches by Jeremy Simmonds

Arthur Conley (US singer who ...

Google previewRevolts, Protests, Demonstrations, and Rebellions in American History: An Encyclopedia [3 volumes] (2010)

An Encyclopedia by Steven L. Danver

Murphy sustained a foot wound; Arthur Conley was wounded on the right leg; and C. Whitney received a chest wound. A strange silence fell over the square for a few seconds, and then the silence was broken by random ...

Google previewThe Complete Encyclopedia of African American History (2015)

by Jessie Carney Smith, Lean'tin Bracks, Linda T Wynn

unsuccessful ventures, Redding recorded singer Arthur Conley, who provided the label with the million-selling single “Sweet Soul Music.” Redding's recordings “Try a Little Tenderness” and the vocal duet “Tramp,” featuring Carla Thomas, ...

Google previewAn Encyclopedia of South Carolina Jazz and Blues Musicians (2016)

by Benjamin Franklin V

Arthur Conley ( 1967), ...

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