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Tuesday, December 28, 2010


While they weren't blood brothers, Richard Dunbar & James Diggs (aka the Knight Brothers) were certainly joined together in a deep bond as singers. Soul duo records (whether it's Sam & Dave, Etta James & Sugar Pie DeSanto, Otis & Carla) had a tendency to bring some very hot stuff to wax, and this record is a mighty fine example of call and response soul at its best.

from 1966...


Anonymous said...

I've only got a half-a-dozen songs by these guys, from comps and such, but every one is a gem. Great post! W.

Gail said...

Love this post Derek! My fave of theirs is "I'm Never Gonna Live It Down" - deep soul at its best :)


Happy New Year and keep the Daily's coming in 2011!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like "I'm In Danger" by Cash McCall on chess also....great 45!