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The Soul Clan

A short-lived but legendary supergroup comprised of some of the biggest names in '60s soul, the Soul Clan's proper recording career amounted to a mere two songs, but the act's lineup was enough to make any R&B aficionado take notice: Solomon Burke, Arthur Conley, Don Covay, Ben E. King, and Joe Tex. At the height of their fame, Burke, Covay, Tex, Otis Redding, and Wilson Pickett (all of whom recorded either for Atlantic Records or its affiliated labels) were good friends, often toured together, and would sometimes pop up at each other's shows. Both Burke and Covay began bandying around the idea of working together as a show of musical solidarity; Burke saw the collaboration as a stepping stone toward building an autonomous African-American business empire, while Covay, more successful as a songwriter than a performer, hoped to promote his own career alongside those of his friends. While the idea simmered for some time, it wasn't until 1968 that the project finally took flight; by this time, Redding had died in a tragic airplane crash and Pickett developed cold feet, supposedly uncomfortable with Burke's grandiose financial plans, so Conley and King stepped in to replace them. The group recorded a single, "Soul Meeting" b/w "That's How I Feel," which was intended as a trailer for a later album and tour, but the single failed to make a serious impression on the charts, and Atlantic pulled their financing toward further recording (Burke has subsequently said he believes Atlantic purposefully let the record fail to prevent the artists from gaining too much power). A Soul Clan album did emerge, but it simply combined the two sides of the single with solo tracks by the various stars, and ended the group's recording career the same year it began. In 1981, the group reunited for a live concert in New York City (with Pickett stepping in for Arthur Conley, who was in Europe at the time), but it was the last time they would work together; Joe Tex died in 1982. ~ Mark Deming
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Selected Discography

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Track List: '50s & '60s Lost & Found Records, Vol. 1

Disc 1

1. Hully Gully Guitar

2. Sweet William

3. A House, A Car And A Wedding Ring

4. It's Almost Tomorrow

8. Fried Onions

9. Midnight Oil

10. Desafinado (Slightly Out Of Tune)

11. Cry

12. English Country Garden

13. Move Over Rover

16. The Taste Of A Tear

18. No Arms Can Ever Hold You (Like These Arms Of Mine)

19. Milord

21. From A School Ring To A Wedding Ring

22. Gidget Goes Hawaiian

23. At The High School Dance

24. Like Columbus Did

25. I Like Your Kind Of Love

26. I've Got A Secret

27. If You Want This Love

28. All I Want To Do Is Run

31. Frankie And Johnny

32. Hello Josephine

33. Almost Paradise

35. His Lips Get In The Way

36. The Crusher

40. Big Name Button

Disc 2

3. I'm In Love

4. Shame On Me

5. Halfway

6. Soul Meeting

9. Midnight Beach Party

10. The Guns Of Navarone

14. Just Once More

16. The Masquerade Is Over

17. Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor (On The Bedpost Overnight)

18. Boppin' In A Sack

19. The Happy Muleteer

20. What Are Boys Made Of

21. To A Soldier Boy

23. Don't Cross Over

24. One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart)

28. Sole Sole Sole

32. Feelin' No Pain

34. What Am I Gonna Do

35. Count Every Star

37. Watch Your Step

38. Blue Serge & White Lace

39. Ridin' The Wind

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Track List: Atlantic Unearthed: Soul Brothers

1. Can't Stop A Man In Love

3. You Left The Water Running

4. Rome (Wasn't Built In A Day)

5. Book Of Memories

6. That's How It Feels

7. I Love You More Than Words Can Say

8. Baby, Baby, Baby

16. What A Woman Really Means

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Track List: I'm Living Good 1964-1974: The Soul Of Arthur Conley

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