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  1. Blue-eyed soul (also called white soul) is rhythm and blues and soul music performed by white artists. The slang, coined in the mid-1960s, was invoked by music magazines in the 1960s such as Life who used it for the Righteous Brothers (album Soul and Inspiration for Verve Records), Barry McGuire, Sonny & Cher; other times it meant style and mannerisms associated with soul music sung by white ...

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      This is a list of notable blue-eyed soul artists. Blue-eyed...

    • 1960s

      Georgie Woods, a Philadelphia radio DJ, is thought to have...

    • 1970s

      Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds and the Grass Roots both had...

    • 1980s

      Blue-eyed soul music's chart success was at its highest when...

  2. Blue Eyed Soul (album) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Blue Eyed Soul is the twelfth studio album by British pop group Simply Red. The album was released on 8 November 2019 by BMG. Contents 1 Chart performance 2 Track listing 2.1 CD and digital download version 2.2 LP version 3 Personnel 4 Production 5 Charts 6 References Chart performance

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  4. Blue Eyed Soul is a term used to describe Soul and R&B music sung by white people. The term was first used in the 1960s about white artists performing music which was similar to the music being performed by Motown artists. [1] It is sometimes called white soul . Famous singers [ change | change source] The Animals [1] David Bowie Hall & Oates

  5. Blue-eyed soul is rhythm and blues and soul music performed by white artists.[2] The slang,[3] coined in the mid-1960s, was invoked by music magazines in the 1960s such as Life who used it for the Righteous Brothers , Barry McGuire, Sonny & Cher;[4] other times it meant style and mannerisms associated with soul music sung by white musicians.[5][6] Though many rhythm and blues radio stations in ...

  6. All big acts from the 1980s all who have been referred to as 'blue eyed soul' poppers on back in the day in various magazines (though I am not going to spend hours of my life uploading various issues of Cut, RM, No.1 etc just so you can get a source) as no one could have used Sophisti-pop in a magazine if it wasn't invented until 2002.

  7. Category:Blue-eyed soul sangsters. This category conteens white airtists who hae made notable contributions tae R&B an soul muisic. Blue-eyed soul is a misnomer; the airtist is no required tae hae blue eyes, anerly be a white sangster who haes made muisic that credibly fits intae the tradeetionally-black warld o R&B, hip-hop, an/or soul.

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