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The gravelly, raspiness known as Wilson Pickett took one of the great voices of soul from this world and into the next. Pickett, 64, died of a heart attack in Virginia. Pickett was known for great songs like "In the Midnight Hour," "Mustang Sally," and "Land of a Thousand Dances."
Wicked Pickett left a wonderful catalog of work that will be around for generations and he was one of those people was cool, the embodiment of the word you might say. No one ever said you were wrong for liking Wilson Pickett. We'll miss the man but his voice will live on forever.
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