Harold Burrage

Soul, RnB, Vintage

Artist Snapshot

Pianist Harold Burrage started out singing blues and R&B during the 1950s and ended up as a linchpin of the emerging Chicago soul sound of the '60s; he made recordings in both styles and more than a few idiomatic shades in between. He mentored young soul singers Otis Clay and Tyrone Davis, but with Burrage's untimely death in '66, he never had a chance to see them fully blossom. These nuggets of soul are American treasures.

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