Blue-eyed soul

Term sometimes used for soul music performed by White artists / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Blue-eyed soul (also called white soul[1]) is rhythm and blues (R&B) and soul music performed by white artists.[2] The term was coined in the mid-1960s, to describe white artists whose sound was similar to that of the predominantly-black Motown and Stax record labels. Though many R&B radio stations in the United States in that period would only play music by black musicians, some began to play music by white acts considered to have "soul feeling"; their music was then described as "blue-eyed soul."[3][4]