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Each artist appears only once in the list, although more albums could have been chosen. It's the album here that really stand out for the particular artist. This list is about soul and 70's soul only ....
For many soul music lovers, the Golden Age of Soul Music was in the 1970s. It was a decade of political turmoil around the world, but also one of incredible creativity, as artists took control of their careers and addressed both social issues and issues of the heart in new ways. And what incredible music resulted! Over the course of several weeks, thousands of SoulTrackers nominated and then ...
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Over the course of several weeks, thousands of SoulTrackers nominated and then voted on the Greatest Soul Albums of the 1970s. The results were a great selection of 50 essential albums for Soul Music lovers. It's tough to go wrong with any of these, and for soul music lovers, this is a binge-worthy list You can click on the album covers (or the blue highlighted words) below to listen to or ...
- Stevie Wonder. Genres: Soul, pop R&B, funk, jazz. Stevie Wonder Circa 1973. Image source: Motown Records. In 1970, Stevie Wonder turned 20 years old. Having been a professional recording artist signed to Motown since 1961, Stevie was already a veteran of the industry.
- Led Zeppelin. Genres: Hard rock, blues rock, folk rock, heavy metal. Led Zeppelin on stage Chicargo Statium 1975. Image source: Tony Morelli. Led Zeppelin was a 4-piece 70s rock band whose career spanned 12 years from 1968 to 1980.
- Elton John. Genres: Rock, pop rock, glam rock, soft rock, rhythm and blues. Sir Elton John has sold more than 300 million records, making him one of the best-selling musicians internationally, ever.
- Pink Floyd. Genres: Progressive, rock, art rock, psychedelic rock. Pink Floyd performing 1973 shortly before releasing Dark Side of the Moon. Image source: Erik Calonius.