The Righteous Brothers Essentials

The Righteous Brothers Essentials

The Righteous Brothers emerged in the early ‘60s, after Bobby Hatfield and Bill Medley met in local L.A. band The Paramours. The preppy pair racked up hit after soulful hit, their stylized R&B offsetting their huge, emotive singing and fervent balladry. “You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'” is a stunning example of Phil Spector's Wall of Sound, the swelling strings stacked beneath caramel vocals lending the track an orchestral quality; ”Just Once in My Life” showcases Medley's deeply sensual bass-baritone; and “Unchained Melody” unleashes the pair's perfectly controlled harmonies.

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