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Soul Men [LP] ()

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Because R&B was such a singles-driven market in the 1960s, many albums released by Stax and Motown were big on filler. But that generally wasn't the case with Sam & Dave's albums, which boasted many gems that weren't released as singles and enjoyed little, if any, radio airplay. Listeners may be surprised to learn that as popular as this twosome was in 1967, Soul Men contains only one major single: the anthemic title song and its B-side, the charming "May I Baby." Among the first-class album tracks never released as singles ...

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  1. Soul Man
  2. May I Baby
  3. Broke Down Piece of Man
  4. Let It Be Me
  5. Hold It Baby
  6. I'm with You
  7. Don't Knock It
  8. Just Keep Holding On
  9. The Good Runs the Bad Way
  10. Rich Kind of Poverty
  11. I've Seen What Loneliness Can Do
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