Arthur Conley

As an homage to soul music, Sweet Soul Music reached dizzy heights in the US and UK charts after its release in 1967. Unfortunately its writers Otis Redding and Arthur Conley were sued by the business partner of Sam Cooke for plagiarizing the melody from his song “Yeah Man”. As part of the settlement, Sam Cooke’s name was added to the writers credits. The song was one of many used as part of the soundtrack for the film Talk To Me (2007)

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SWEET SOUL MUSIC - ARTHUR CONLEY
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Sweet Soul Music – Arthur Conley

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Lyrics

Do you like good music
That sweet soul music
Just as long as it’s swingin’
Oh yeah, oh yeah
We are here on the floor now
We’re going to a go go
Dancin’ to the music
Oh yeah, oh yeah
Spotlight on Lou Rawls, y’all
Ah don’t he look tall, y’all
Singin’ loves a hurtin’ thing, y’all
Oh yeah, oh yeah
Spotlight on Sam and Dave y’all
Ah don’t they look boss(?) y’all
Singin’ hold on I’m comin’
Oh yeah, oh yeah
Spotlight on Wilson Pickett now
That wicked picket Pickett
Singin Mustang Sally
Oh yeah, oh yeah
Spotlight on Otis Redding now
Singing fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa
Fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa
Oh yeah, oh yeah
Spotlight on James Brown, y’all
He’s the king of them all, y’all
He’s the king of them all, y’all
Oh yeah, oh yeah

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