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    Tracklist
    1
    Face A
    1.
    Something's got a hold on me
    Etta James
    00:00
    2.
    Cry to me
    Solomon Burke
    00:45
    3.
    Just for a thrill
    Aretha Franklin
    00:47
    3.
    Duke of Earl
    Gene Chandler
    00:00
    4.
    The One who really loves you
    Mary Wells
    00:00
    5.
    Mashed potato time
    Dee Dee Sharp
    00:44
    6.
    I Found you
    Yvonne Fair & James Brown Band
    00:00
    7.
    Let me be your boy
    Wilson Pickett
    00:44
    Face B
    1.
    Green onions
    Booker T. & The MG's
    00:00
    2.
    The Loco-Motion
    Little Eva
    00:45
    3.
    Fortune teller (Tell me)
    Lamont Dozier
    00:00
    4.
    You beat me to the punch
    Mary Wells
    00:00
    5.
    Stubborn kind a fellow
    Marvin Gaye
    00:45
    6.
    Mashed potatoes U.S.A
    James Brown & The Famous Flames
    00:00
    7.
    Any other way
    William Bell
    00:00
    2
    Face A
    1.
    Camel walk
    Labrenda Ben & The Beljeans
    00:00
    2.
    It's aw'rite
    Rufus Thomas
    00:00
    3.
    Mind in a whirl
    Ike & Tina Turner
    00:00
    4.
    The Peck
    Joe Tex
    00:45
    5.
    I'm the one who loves you
    The Impressions
    00:00
    6.
    Hitch Hike
    Marvin Gaye
    00:00
    7.
    I Said I was sorry
    Solomon Burke
    00:00
    Face B
    1.
    Save your love for me
    Nancy Wilson
    00:00
    2.
    Don't play that song (you lied)
    Ben E. King
    00:00
    3.
    Your heart belongs to me
    The Supremes
    00:45
    4.
    Bring it on home to me
    Sam Cooke
    00:45
    5.
    I'm hanging up my heart for you
    Solomon Burke
    00:00
    6.
    Just for a thrill
    Aretha Franklin
    00:00
    7.
    These arms of mine
    Otis Redding
    00:45
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    CHAPTER 4:

    Year 1962 is perceived as the real Year 1 of Soul Music. All of the artists who were about to master this genre during a decade were gathered at the appointment fixed by History. Otis Redding, Joe Tex, Solomon Burke, Mary Wells, Wilson Pickett, James Brown, Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin, Rufus Thomas, William Bell (…) produced ongoing hits that were considered as warning signs announcing the unbridled and prosperous period that was progressively unveiling itself.

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