Blues / R&B
Malaco offers hundreds of recordings by legends in the blues and R&B field
Marvin Pentz Gay, Jr., better known by his stage name Marvin Gaye (April 2, 1939 – April 1, 1984) was an American singer-songwriter and instrumentalist with a three-octave vocal range.
Big Mike Griffin grew up in southern Oklahoma, where he was introduced to music at an early age.
A native Houstonian, Patrick embraced music and the love for entertaining as early as the third grade while participating in a school Christmas play.
Memphis based Green is no stranger to the Southern Soul scene as she has been recording since the early 70’s and has released four previous albums - each of which have contained several singles that received airplay in key markets.
Born in Naples, Texas, Arzell Hill spent much of his childhood singing in the church.
The Isley Brothers are a Grammy-winning African-American R&B and soul music group.
This Jackson, TN, Southern soul singer was one of the top artists at Stax during the early '70s.
Ernie Johnson has come a great distance since his job as a cotton hauler.
This long-awaited album is a unique collection of twenty previously unissued tracks by legendary southern soul singer and hit songwriter George Jackson.
Born and raised in New Orleans, King Floyd grew up with a desire to one day become a great musical singer.