SOUL RAPS: CLASSIC R&B MONOLOGUES
R&B monologues have been a fixture of soul music since its inception, but they were especially impassioned in the 70s, with singers pouring out their emotions over heartbreaks and setbacks. These are some of our favorites. Playlist: http://p4k.co/VIivp
- •Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes: "Be For Real"
- •Shirley Brown: "Woman to Woman"
- •Eddie Kendricks: "Each Day I Cry a Little"
- •The Chi-Lites: "Have You Seen Her"
- •Numonics: "Time Brings About Changes"
- •Millie Jackson: "(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want To Be Right"
- •Millie Jackson: "The Rap"
- •Lightnin' Rod: "Sport"
- •Kool & the Gang: "Heaven at Once"
- •The Chi-Lites: "A Letter to Myself"
- •The Floaters: "Float On"
- •Isaac Hayes: "By the Time I Get to Phoenix"
- •Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes: "I Miss You"