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Isley Brothers, “Summer Breeze” from 3 + 3 (1973): One Track Mind

Isley Brothers, “Summer Breeze” from 3 + 3 (1973): One Track Mind

‘3 + 3,’ released on Aug. 7, 1973, found a newly expanded Isley Brothers taking on a very recent hit by Seals and Crofts. Something magical happened.

The Human Beinz – Garage Days Vol. 1 (2011)

They’re a wonder hit wonder band, but what a hit it was! It was late in 1967 when the Human Beinz landed the charts with a rollicking cover of “Nobody But Me,” which was originally recorded by the Isley Brothers.

Something Else! Featured Artist: The Isley Brothers

In a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame career dating back to the early 1950s, the Isley Brothers stayed on the move — transforming themselves from gospel shouters to doo-woppers to early rock ‘n’ rollers to nasty funksters to lover-man balladeers.

Something Else! Featured Artist: The Isley Brothers

by Pico I think I can say this with high confidence that The Isley Brothers were among the best and underrated R&B bands of the 1970’s. It wasn’t just Ronald Isley’s creamy smooth falsetto or killer material like “Footsteps In The Dark”, these guys made more than a passing nod to rock. Exhibit A is that unforgettable endless guitar soloingRead More

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