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CHAPTER 3 :
In 1961, Ray Charles was clearly considered as the ultimate Soul singer. However, he had to share his fame with other exceptional vocalists coming from Doo-Wop training and newly converted to the delights of this art and to this elegant expressivity. Thus, Jerry Butler and Curtis Mayfield (The Impressions), Derek Martin and Howard Guyton (The Top Notes), Ben E. King (The Drifters), as well as Otis Williams and his partners Elbridge Bryant, Melvin Franklin, Eddie Kendricks and Paul Williams (The Temptations), that were considered as his most trustful disciples.