December 25, , Cincinnati , Ohio, U. March 31, , Rudolph Isley b. April 1, , Cincinnati , and Ronald Isley b. May 21, , Cincinnati.
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The Brothers Isley Kelly, Rudy and Ron started out singing gospel music before embarking upon a pop career that would stretch over five decades. Their first smash — which began life as an improvised onstage vamp on their cover of Jackie Wilson's Lonely Teardrops — had its roots firmly in the call-and-response tradition of gospel, and even featured Professor Herman Stephens, the organist at their church, on keyboards. A signature hit for Lulu in the s, the original remains a barnstormer 55 years on — it was often Bruce Springsteen's showcloser on his last tour. They remained an enduring concert attraction, however, thanks in part to their energetic new guitarist, a former paratrooper from Seattle named Jimi Hendrix. One of only a handful of tracks Hendrix cut with the Isleys, 's Testify is a furious, entertaining romp enlivened by Jimi's guitar breaks and Ron Isley's gift for mimicry, as he tries to convince us that Ray Charles, James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Jackie Wilson and even the Beatles joined the Brothers in the studio for this track. The Isleys signed to Motown in , at a time when Berry Gordy's mellifluous pop factory was churning out new soul superstars every other week. Released from their Motown contract in , the Isleys wasted little time moping. Instead, they formed their own record label, T-Neck, and welcomed aboard younger brothers Ernie and Marvin on guitar and bass, and brother-in-law Chris Jasper on keyboards.