McKinley Mitchell was an under appreciated R&B singer who scaled the heights of the R&B charts in the ’60s with the stunning ballad “The Town I Live In.”
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America’s first soul singer was lost in 1964 before his abilities as a writer, arranger and defacto producer could become more widely appreciated.
We’re counting down our Top 50 favorite rhythm sections of all time! See who made the list as we look at numbers 35 through 21.
In 1965, one of the most highly regarded blues bands ever assembled coalesced around harmonica genius Paul Butterfield. Their first album for Elektra Records remains a genre classic.