Soul singer Arthur Conley is best remembered for his 1967 smash hit, "Sweet Soul Music," as well as other hits including "Shake, Rattle And Roll" (1967) and "Funky Street" (1968). In 1968, Conley became a member of the Soul Clan, a short-lived soul "supergroup" that also included Solomon Burke, Don Covay, Ben E. King, and Joe Tex. The Soul Clan had one hit in 1968 with "Soul Meeting."
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- Funky Street 1968
- Shake, Rattle & Roll 1967
(This song was previously a hit for Bill Haley (1954).)
- Sweet Soul Music 1967
(This song also became a hit for the Magnificent Men (1967, as a medley).)
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