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Al Green - Belle .( Al Green was so fine before i knew what fine was!I can't love anyone or myself without my love for my bright and morning star!

Al Green--I'm still in love with you.

Al Green performing at Montalvo Arts Center in Saratoga, CA on Friday, July and at Nob Hill Masonic Center Auditorium in SF on Saturday, July

Marvin Gaye ( Heard It Through The Grapevine, How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You)

WITH the legendary label’s smooth and soulful tunes, stress is not an emotion associated with Motown, but a four week agony of choice has ended with the release of its fans’ favourite fifty greatest tracks.

25 Years of A Tribe Called Quest’s ‘Instinctive Travels’ - Entertainment & Culture - EBONY

Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto. Jascha Heifetz

Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto. Jascha Heifetz

Earl Scruggs, whose banjo-picking technique changed the way people play the instrument, Scruggs, seen here performing onstage in Califonia. Scruggs invented his three-finger style as a child in North Carolina.

Earl Scruggs, Pioneering Bluegrass Banjoist, Dies at 88

Earl Scruggs, the most significant banjo player in American music history, died of natural causes yesterday in a Nashville hospital. Journal pop and rock critic Jim Fusilli looks at what made him so great.

A Tell All: Inside the Original Gangstas' Rolling Stone Cover Story August 2015

Etta James - A voice that will never be duplicated.

Century Masters: The Best Of Etta James (Millennium Collection) Gimme Back My Bullets Lynyrd Skynyrd

Roberta Flack. It took three years to launch Flack's Atlantic career when a little known track from her first LP featured in the movie 'Play Misty For Me'. The success of " First Time Ever I Saw Your Face' meant a rush to discover a performer that was already three records into her career. An artist that was neither Folk, Gospel, Jazz or RnB but everything, and all at once. Turning  her first five records Gold. Flack's art continues to kill us softly.

Roberta Flack / Hey, That’s No Way To Say Goodbye