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    Tracklist
    1
    Face A
    1.
    I've got a woman
    Ray Charles
    00:00
    2.
    Get on the right track baby
    Titus Turner
    00:00
    3.
    My nerves
    Little Willie John
    00:00
    4.
    You send me
    Sam Cooke
    00:00
    5.
    You can make it if you try
    Gene Allison
    00:00
    6.
    Little bitty pretty one
    Thurston Harris
    00:00
    7.
    Mama he treats your daughter mean
    Ruth Brown
    00:00
    Face B
    1.
    Shooty booty
    Ivory Joe Hunter
    00:00
    2.
    Stick and tired
    Fats Domino
    00:00
    3.
    The Bluebird, the buzzard & the oriole
    Bobby Day
    00:00
    4.
    Three cool cats
    The Coasters
    00:45
    5.
    Kansas City
    Wilbert Harrison
    00:00
    7.
    Gotta new girl
    Bobby Day
    00:44
    8.
    Mercy (That's what I want)
    Barrett Strong & The Cortouts
    00:00
    2
    Face A
    1.
    Sick and tired
    Fats Domino
    00:45
    1.
    What'd I say
    Ray Charles
    00:45
    2.
    I'm a hog for you
    The Coasters
    00:00
    3.
    Hey little girl
    Dee Clark
    00:00
    4.
    Tiny Tim
    LaVern Baker
    00:00
    5.
    I Believe to my Soul
    Ray Charles
    00:45
    6.
    Just a little bit
    Rosco Gordon
    00:45
    7.
    Il go crazy
    James Brown & The Famous Flames
    00:45
    Face B
    1.
    Pledging my love
    Johnny Ace
    00:00
    2.
    You send me
    Sam Cooke
    00:44
    2.
    It's too late
    Chuck Willis
    00:00
    3.
    Book of lies
    Ruth Brown
    00:44
    4.
    (At) The End (of a rainbow)
    Earl Grant
    00:00
    5.
    Try me (I need you)
    James Brown & The Famous Flames
    00:00
    6.
    Teardrops on your letter
    Hank Ballard & The Midnighters
    00:00
    7.
    Teardrops
    Larry Williams
    00:46
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    CHAPTER 1:

    On the 18th of November 1954, recording I’ve got a Woman, Ray Charles injected to the emerging Rhythm Blues, a dose of unbridled swing springing from the Spirituals’ tradition. Thus, he established the foundations of a new musical genre to which Sam Cooke brought suavity and smooth sonorities inherited from his Gospel practising. Soul Music was born. And numerous artists were about to seize this new genre.

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