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Top 10 Rhythm and Blues Male Vocal Performances

Note: stay tuned over the coming months each of these “plain” lists is replaced with a full blog post with commentary on the items on the list (and, in some cases, the items that didn’t make the cut).

  1. Jackie Wilson: “Your Love Keeps Lifting Me Higher and Higher”
  2. Al Green: “I Want To Hold Your Hand”
  3. Bobby Bland: “Call On Me”
  4. Otis Redding: “Try A Little Tenderness (Live at Monterey)”
  5. David Ruffin: “My Whole World Ended the Moment You Left Me”
  6. Ray Charles “I Don’t Need No Doctor”
  7. Brenton Wood: “Gimme Little Sign”
  8. James Brown: “It’s a Man’s, Man’s, Man’s World”
  9. Stevie Wonder: “Don’t You Worry ‘Bout a Thing”
  10. tie: Sam Cooke: “Cupid” and Little Willie John: Fever”

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