Here's another in our “Instant Expert” series of playlists with "'70s Soul."
We dug through our crates and combed the web to bring you a selection of songs that will allow you to impress even the most knowledgeable '70s soul music devotees with this mix of great songs.
Talk the talk to sound like an expert:
"Many people claim that the sound of soul music in the '70s was one of the first and most visible successes of the U.S. civil rights movement."
"Stevie Wonder wrote, produced and arranged the song Superstition. He also sang and played drums, keyboards and the clavinet on the song."
"If you listen carefully to the song "Got to Give it Up" by Marvin Gaye, you will hear him greet Don Cornelius, the famed host of "Soul Train" by shouting out "Say Don! Hey Man. I didn't know you was in here."
And now you're an expert!
The site features music from taste-maker SD Hox (aka @playlistgiants and hoxsd1).
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