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Universal Masters Collection: Classic Righteous Brothers

The Righteous Brothers

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Bill Medley's emotive baritone and Bobby Hatfield's elastic tenor combined to make the Righteous Brothers the very definition and standard of blue-eyed soul. This collection has their biggest and most innovative hits, including "Soul and Inspiration," "Unchained Melody," and the phenomenal "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling." Also included here are inspired covers of Stax classics "Hold On I'm Coming" and "In the Midnight Hour," as well as a solid take on the Doc Pomus gem, "Save the Last Dance for Me," making this compilation a nice choice for listeners who want a little more depth than the budget releases can offer.

Biography

Formed: 1962 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

They weren't brothers, but Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield (both born in 1940) were most definitely righteous, defining (and perhaps even inspiring) the term "blue-eyed soul" in the mid-'60s. The white Southern California duo were an established journeyman doo wop/R&B act before an association with Phil Spector produced one of the most memorable hits of the 1960s, "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'." The collaboration soon fell apart, though, and while...
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