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Though their fame never approached that of Holland-Dozier-Holland (the era's best-known Detroit songwriting trio), Fred Bridges, Ben Knight, and Robert Eaton were among the most consistently outstanding songwriters on the Detroit soul scene. The trio penned classics for the likes of the Masqueraders, The Precisions, Ruby Andrews, and dozens of others. Emboldened by their successes as a songwriting team, Bridges, Knight, and Eaton decided to form their own vocal group, The Brothers of Soul. Between 1967 and 1971, the trio released a slew of luminous, near-perfect soul sides that rival anything produced by Motown in terms of the sophistication of songwriting and arrangements. A few of these releases were regional hits—like the insistent, horn-laden “Hurry, Don’t Linger” and the yearning “Dream"—but the group never achieved enough recognition to justify a full-length release. Their brilliant body of work remains one of the hidden treasures of Detroit soul music.

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Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s

The Brothers of Soul were a vocal trio composed of Fred Bridges, Richard Knight, and Bobby Eaton, who released several singles in a smooth, uptown, Motown-derived vein. Their biggest hit was 1968's "I Guess That Don't Make Me a Loser," released on Boo Records, which scraped the lower reaches of the R&B Top 40. It has since become a soul collectible, and also gained the group a following among the Latino community in Southern California. Some of their other single releases included "Can't Get You...
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I Guess That Don't Make Me a Loser, The Brothers of Soul
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  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music
  • Released: 1995

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