blue-eyed soul

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blue-eyed soul

n
(Jazz) informal soul music written and performed by White singers in a style derived from the blues

blue-eyed soul

Soul music produced or performed by white musicians.
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if he discern such sinfulness in his own white soul, what horrid spectacle would he behold in thine or mine!" The minister well knew -- subtle, but remorseful hypocrite that he was!
But Faustina, she had the pure and simple heart, and the white soul, by the God who made it, and for all her kindness to a tattered scapegrace who made love to her in broken Italian between the ripples and the stars.
It nearly ended up a white soul album, a concept album about forgotten women of history or more of his trademark punk-fuelled acoustic anthems that fans know and love.
White Soul Alpine Berry: cream-coloured berry with yellowish seeds - a wonderful heirloom variety.
Glasgow has always been so special and was very influential in the making of that record and the white soul funk that we were trying to go after.
For three years now, the combination of the pure blue sea, with the white soul cleansing sand, and the musical background that refreshes one's exhausted soul has been the perfect recipe for Sahel (North Coast) attendees to have the impeccable unforgettable summer at Martin's Beach Club.
Little Lupe Donald, its subject contorted as if in the middle of a dance, similarly calls forth an already-layered source, "Little Latin Lupe Lu," a 1963 hit by the white soul duo the Righteous Brothers.
Rowland's powerful white soul voice also gives them the right to tackle Rod Stewart's You Wear it Well, without negative comparisons with the evergreen ladies' man.
We know that the term "blue-eyed soul" could soon lose its racial label and white soul will become the default, thereby labelling the original as "Black Soul".
Along the way Stevie Wonder hailed him the greatest white Soul singer he had ever heard and he almost ended up in Disco titans, Earth Wind and Fire.
Her icy gaze cuts right into your black and white soul as you search for the answer that isn't going to cause a mid-restaurant row that will undoubtedly end in you being covered in the mediocre red wine you picked out from the overpriced menu.
Lennox isn't just one of the top-selling female entertainers in UK music history--VH1 has anointed her "The Greatest White Soul Singer Alive"--Queen Elizabeth II has honored her for her "tireless charity campaigns and championing of humanitarian causes," appointing Lennox an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 2011.