Classic rhythm & blues performed by first generation legends and rising stars of today’s retro R&B revival
Rhythm & Blues, features first generation soul legends and rising stars of the retro R&B revival. It’s the label’s first album exclusively dedicated to the genre. The 60s and 70s rhythm and blues of The Four Tops, Otis Redding and The Supremes, among others, became a global phenomenon and has inspired a new generation of artists who are reviving the classic soul sound.
Reaching mainstream popularity in the 1950s, rhythm and blues sprung from the rugged roots of blues and gospel music, pairing soulful vocals with pop sensibilities. While in recent years R&B has become more closely associated with rap and hip hop, legends and young artists are recreating the sound and mood of the genre’s glory days.
Lavelle White - I've Never Found a Man to Love - (United States)
Elmore James Jr - See See Rider - (United States)
Louis Jordan with Johnny Otis and Shuggie Otis - Let the Good Times Roll - (United States)
Snooks Eaglin - A Mother's Love - (United States)
The Emotions - My Honey and Me - (United States)
James Hunter - 'Til Your Fool Comes Home - (United States)
The Quantic Soul Orchestra - Who Knows - (United States)
Roy C - Leaving on a Morning Train - (United States)
Cracked Ice - Sweet Feeling - (United States)
Rockie Charles - Before I Find the Right Girl for Me - (United States)
Sharon Jones and The Dap Kings - 100 Days, 100 Nights - (United States)