List of Blue-eyed Soul Artists
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List of Blue-eyed Soul Artists

This is a list of notable blue-eyed soul artists. Blue-eyed soul (also known as white soul) is soul music or rhythm and blues performed by white artists.[1]

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  26. ^ Larkin 2011, "Cocker, Joe": The capricious but brilliant Cocker is felt by many to be the finest white soul singer Britain has yet produced.
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  50. ^ Ruhlmann, William. "Simply Red - Artist Biography". AllMusic. Retrieved 2014. 
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  52. ^ Murray, Nick (31 March 2014). "Who Is Sam Smith? A Quick Primer on the U.K. Soul Singer". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2014. 
  53. ^ Wynn, Ron. "The Soul Survivors - When the Whistle Blows Anything Goes". AllMusic. Retrieved 2014. 
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