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This R&B crooner with a three-octave vocal range was once crowned the “Prince...
This R&B crooner with a three-octave vocal range was once crowned the “Prince of Motown.” In 1970 he branched out to touch on more socially conscious themes in his music, to the ire of Motown heads.
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