Posts Tagged ‘Sam Cooke’
Tags: Blue Moon, Elvis Presley, Sam Cooke, The Marcels
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We’d like to wish our readers a happy and peaceful Easter Sunday. In keeping with the holiday, here’s some fine gospel selections.
“Milky White Way” – Elvis Presley
Tags: Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Presley, Eva Cassidy, Joan Baez, Mahalia Jackson, Sam Cooke, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Tom Jones
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|Harley Payette asserts that the artistry of the pop singer is too often undervalued because of the importance placed on songwriting.|
Tags: aretha franklin, Elvis Presley, Harley Payette, Sam Cooke, songwriting, The Righteous Brothers
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|Sam Cooke’s 1960 pop classic “Wonderful World” is this week’s Song of the Week.|
Tags: Art Garfunkel, Herman's Hermits, Otis Redding, Sam Cooke, wonderful world
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Gospel and R&B singer James Phelps died in Los Angeles on Tuesday from complications related to diabetes.
James Phelps was born in Shreveport, Louisiana on April 2, 1932. His early music career centred around gospel music. As a member of the groups the Holy Wonders and the Soul Stirrers he performed with Lou Rawls and Sam Cooke, respectively.
Tags: Clefs of Calvary, James Phelps, Sam Cooke, Soul Stirrers
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