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Obscure/underrated '60s soul singers

Baby Washington, a favorite of Dusty Springfield (who covered a couple of her songs), is a current obsession of mine. "That's How Heartaches Are Made" was probably her biggest hit. Then there's Maxine Brown, who recorded the original version of Carole King's "Oh No Not My Baby," but had a few other minor hits as well. Any fans of these two ladies? What other soul singers from this era don't get their due?

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