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BeatTips MusicStudy: The Marvelows

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Overlooked Transitional Soul Group Pack Many Jewels

By AMIR SAID (SA’ID)

In the early/mid-60s, rhythm and blues was transitioning to soul. There were many recording artists who served as a bridge to both music; most notably Ray Charles. But there were many other recording artists that had less recognition, but still made contributions all the same. Here, in this vein I present to you The Marvelows – “In The Morning.”

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The Marvelows – “In the Morning”


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About Author

Amir Said (aka Sa’id) is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of BeatTips. A writer, publisher, and beatmaker/rapper from New York, Said is the author of a number of books, including ‘The BeatTips Manual,’ ‘The Art of Sampling,’ ‘Ghetto Brother,’ and ‘The Truth About New York.’ He is also a recording artist with a number of music projects, including his latest album 'The Best of Times.' Follow him on Twitter at: @amirsaid and @BeatTipsManual