Bound to Happen/Wow
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HOW I LEARNED TO LOVE R&B
on 23 November 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
Once upon a time, seems like a lifetime ago, I had a boyfriend who had a band. He introduced me to William Bell via "BRING THE CURTAIN DOWN" which he played EVERY NIGHT because it was requested more than any other song at that time. Although he was white, his entire band was black and they could play some soul music! They were the house band in a small town (Columbus, GA) at the Chickasaw Club and his name was Skip McQuinn. Skip left Columbus and moved to Nashville then on to Memphis, where he belonged, and made a name for himself as a producer, sound man, etc. He introduced all of us to R&B music and I have loved it since then, back in the late 60's. If you enjoy R&B you won't be sorry you bought anything by William Bell because he is great. Enjoy his music. I still do.
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The Wonderful Music of William Bell
on 5 August 2000 - Published on Amazon.com
I always found the songs of William Bell compelling because his voice sounded distant and plaintive. He had a way of singing that sounded insistent, and which matched very well the kinds of tunes he sung. In the 70s, he used more strings than most practitioners of Southern soul, and his music sounded more soothing as a result. The songs on this CD are really beautiful on that account. I think the first 10 songs (which constitute "Wow...William Bell") are better than the others. But the whole offering deserves 5 stars.
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