Soul music

Soul music is a kind of music that mixes rhythm and blues, gospel music and pop music. It started in the 1960s in the United States. Features of Soul Music are call and response, hand claps, body movement and a tense vocal sound.

Ray Charles is said to be inventor of Soul with his song "I Got a Woman".Soul is energetic music with main subjects of lyrics being love, dance and life.[1]Rock and Roll Hall of Fame states that soul is "music that arose out of the black experience in America through the transmutation of gospel and rhythm & blues into a form of funky, secular testifying."[2]Recently, singers like Christina Aguilera, Amy Winehouse and Adele are known as Blue Eyed Soul singers.In some variations of soul brass and saxophones are used a lot.[3]

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Alemannisch: Soul
العربية: موسيقى السول
asturianu: Soul
azərbaycanca: Soul
Bân-lâm-gú: Lêng-hûn im-ga̍k
български: Соул
Boarisch: Soul
català: Soul
čeština: Soul (hudba)
dansk: Soul
Deutsch: Soul
Ελληνικά: Σόουλ
English: Soul music
español: Soul
Esperanto: Soulo
euskara: Soul
français: Musique soul
Gaeilge: Anamcheol
galego: Soul
한국어: 솔 음악
հայերեն: Սոուլ
hrvatski: Soul
Ido: Soul
Bahasa Indonesia: Musik soul
íslenska: Sálartónlist
italiano: Soul
ქართული: სოული
kurdî: Soul
latviešu: Soulmūzika
lietuvių: Soul muzika
Limburgs: Soul
lumbaart: Soul
magyar: Soul
Nāhuatl: Soul
Nederlands: Soul
norsk: Soulmusikk
norsk nynorsk: Soul
پنجابی: سول موسیقی
polski: Soul
português: Soul
qırımtatarca: Soul
română: Muzică soul
русский: Соул
slovenčina: Soul (hudba)
slovenščina: Soul
српски / srpski: Соул
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Soul
svenska: Soulmusik
Tagalog: Musikang Soul
Türkçe: Soul
українська: Соул
Tiếng Việt: Soul
Yorùbá: Orin Soul
中文: 靈魂樂