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Definitions

  1. Wilson Pickett was a brief member of The Falcons in 1960. (Web site)
  2. Wilson Pickett, the soul pioneer best known for the fiery hits "Mustang Sally" and "In The Midnight Hour," died of a heart attack Jan.
  3. Wilson Pickett was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1991. (Web site)
  4. Wilson Pickett was born March 18, 1941 in Pratville, Alabama and grew up singing in Baptist church choirs.
  5. By 2005, Wilson Pickett was plagued by health problems and on January 19th, 2006, he suffered a fatal heart attack at the age of 64. (Web site)

Right

  1. Four Seasons Auction Gallery owner Steve White expects the 1974 Stutz Blackhawk owned by Wilson Pickett (right) to sell for as much as $80,000.

Heart Attack

  1. Wilson Pickett passed away last week, dying of a heart attack in Virginia at the age of 64.

Singing Style

  1. His singing style has been highly influential on both Black and white singers, including Wilson Pickett, Brown, James, Paul McCartney and David Bowie. (Web site)

Solo Artist

  1. Double L Records debuted Wilson Pickett as a solo artist and broke Price's Vegas lounge-like reading of "Misty" in 1963. (Web site)

Great Songs

  1. Anyway, this guy has to his credit writing many great songs and playing a great guitar for Wilson Pickett, among others. (Web site)

Dusty Springfield

  1. Others he worked with included Dusty Springfield (on her classic Dusty in Memphis album), Wilson Pickett, and Willie Nelson. (Web site)

Fatal Heart Attack

  1. Wilson Pickett - suffered a fatal heart attack on January 19 th, 2006. (Web site)

Little Richard

  1. Booker was then back on the road and in studios with B.B. King, Little Richard, Lloyd Price, and Wilson Pickett.

Greats

  1. Wilson Pickett, Solomon Burke and Percy Sledge were among the other R&B greats who benefited from Wexler's deft recording touch. (Web site)
  2. After graduation and through the years, he has played with such greats as Stanley Turrentine, Wilson Pickett, Roy Ayers, Lloyd Price and many others.

Sam Cooke

  1. He was influenced by the soulful sounds of Sam Cooke, Wilson Pickett and Jackie Wilson.

Soul Singers

  1. The song paid homage to other soul singers like Lou Rawls, Wilson Pickett and James Brown.

Soul Music

  1. Known for being one of the hardest working guys around, with an unmistakeable voice in Soul music, Wilson Pickett was indeed one of the greats.

Pickett

  1. He was 64. Pickett - known as "the Wicked Wilson Pickett" - became a star with his soulful hits in the 1960s.

Otis Redding

  1. The museum stands on the site that was home to the record label that launched the careers of Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding and Booker T. and the MGs.

Aretha Franklin

  1. By recording at FAME, Isbell follows a long list of dignitaries including Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, and Wilson Pickett.
  2. He became a partner in Atlantic Records, where he put the label at the forefront of soul with artists like Aretha Franklin and Wilson Pickett. (Web site)
  3. What we call rhythm n' blues now has only the most tenuous connection with your dad's R&B - the music of James Brown, Aretha Franklin and Wilson Pickett.

Wilson Pickett

  1. Warwick also was a two-time Grammy Award nominee and sang backup for Aretha Franklin, Wilson Pickett and others before starting her solo career. (Web site)
  2. Their impeccable grooves can be heard on classic hits by Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Carla Thomas, Albert King, Sam & Dave and numerous others.
  3. Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, and Al Green, all of whom are echoed here, are originals and innovators, and had better written songs to work with. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Music > Gospel Music > Gospel Singers > Aretha Franklin
  2. Culture > Arts > Music > Otis Redding
  3. Pickett
  4. Culture > Arts > Music > Soul Music
  5. Arts > Music > Singers > Soul Singers
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