8 Shouts - 86,797 Scrobbles
Willie L. Mitchell (March 1, 1928 – January 5, 2010) was an American soul, rhythm & blues, rock and roll, pop and funk record producer and arranger, who ran Royal Studios in Memphis, Tennessee. He was best known for his Hi Records label of the 1970s, which released albums by a large stable of popular Memphis soul artists, including Mitchell himself, Al Green, O. V. Wright, Syl Johnson, Ann Peebles and Quiet Elegance. A trumpeter and bandleader in his own right, Mitchell released a number of popular singles for Hi Records as an artist in the 1960s, including "Soul Serenade.
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- Groovin' - (3:00) - 705 plays
- That Driving Beat - (2:07) - 519 plays
- Soul Serenade - (2:23) - 218 plays
- The Champion, Part 1 - (2:15) - 220 plays
- That Driving Beat (Feat. Don Bryant) - (2:08) - 155 plays
- 20-75 - (2:15) - 133 plays
- groovin - 142 plays
- The Horse - (2:29) - 108 plays
- The Champion - (2:12) - 138 plays
- The Champion (Part.1) - (2:15) - 122 plays
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