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Oct 10th, 2010 15:22pm
 Soloman Burke: Everybody Needs Somebody to Love

RIP Solomon Burke (March 21, 1940 – October 10, 2010) died today.

Solomon Burke was born in Philadelphia in 1940, the King of Rock 'N' Soul celebrated his 70th birthday in March 2010. In 1964 he wrote and recorded Everybody Needs Somebody to Love, Burke's most prominent bid for an enduring soul standard. Almost immediately covered by The Rolling Stones the same year, other well-known versions include one by Wilson Pickett and another, a decade and a half later, in the 1980 film The Blues Brothers. Big up respect to old great. RIP

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