A 60s singing duo; Bobby Hatfield and Bill Medley. First-class shouters of soul music who happened to be white - the term "blue-eyed soul" was coined as a tribute to their realness. A career of mucho twists: the hard soul on which they made their name (and they appeared in a 60s teenpic or two), the epic balladry of the Phil Spector recordings ("You've Lost that Lovin' Feeling", "Soul and Inspiration", et al), a split, and a fluke 70s hit (the cringe-inducing "Rock and Roll Heaven").

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