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A singer of soul music.‘the gravel-voiced English soulster’
singer, vocalist, soloist, songstress, crooner, warbler, melodist, artisteView synonyms
- ‘Somebody down at the record company must be patting themselves on the back right now having dug up and reissued this 100 per cent unknown band of funky soulsters.’
- ‘It's proof that a 75-year-old Cuban soulster and a 32-year-old Colchester lad can have different interpretations of the same song.’
- ‘He is both avuncular moralist and sexual soulster, alternately exhorting the children to stay out of trouble and serenading them about ‘sex down by the fire’ and ‘making sweet love all night long.’’
- ‘He soaks these discs in a range of the genre - in this case, house - that few others could hope to master, alternating between classic rerubs and new soulsters.’
- ‘Her second husband was blind soulster Clarence Carter.’
- ‘You have to admire the sheer out-of-time approach of this London soulster.’
- ‘Patrick was joined on the album by various guests, including soulster David McAlmont.’
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