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What of other legendary artists and their musical evolution??

This is a discussion on What of other legendary artists and their musical evolution?? within the R. Kelly Music Chat forums, part of the R. Kelly Discussion category; Hidden Content Originally Posted by Big Dan Hidden Content Hidden Content Ain't nobody messing with my man Maxxx!!! But some ...

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    whatever No I don't understand...

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    Hidden Content Ain't nobody messing with my man Maxxx!!! But some folks won't understand...
    How did this topic turn into when The Isley Brothers start 1959 or 1960?? Hidden Content

    I don't really care when they actually started because I wasn't there... And unless any of you are over 60 years old you weren't either.

    So let it go and find more interesting discussion.

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    fyi

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    How did this topic turn into when The Isley Brothers start 1959 or 1960?? Hidden Content

    Ummmm...........YOU DID by replying to maxxx like this and then being rude at the end? lol......see below:


    Hidden Content Originally Posted by braidedgirl Hidden Content
    The Isley Brothers didn't start their career as soul R&B artists until the 1960's period. We are not talking about their gospel years. Or at least I'm not talking about their gospel years.

    I have no idea what the hell you be talking about sometimes.
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    whatever Okay...

    Hidden Content Originally Posted by AZ2Chi1Kelly Hidden Content
    Ummmm...........YOU DID by replying to maxxx like this and then being rude at the end? lol......see below:
    let it go. Hidden Content

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    they Isley's chart dominance is so unique because they are the only act that i can think of with a hit since the 50's through now in every decade on the Billbaord charts. incredible run.
    Now do you think it makes sense to compare The Isley Brothers gospel music and praise to the Lord Jesus in the 1950's...

    To The Mr. Biggs saga in the 1990's where Ron Isley is married to a woman one quarter of his age. She brings home a man and they make love in Ron's own bed. He walks in to discover the two of them half dressed kissing and hugging each other???

    That comparison makes sense to all of you?? Well it doesn't to me so I won't mix the two genres The Isley Bros were a gospel group in the 1950's and became an R&B group in the early 1960's period.
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    got my Isley Brothers Box Set handy the It's your thing the story of the Isley Brothers and for the record it says about "Shout" part 1&2 recorded on july 29,1959

    charted September 21,1959 on the RCA label.

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