There's another version up on the 'Tube that has a lot more hits, and it's great too, it's a really nice performance video. I highly recommend it. I shared this one because the sound quality is much better, and doesn't Mr. Conley look like a fine young man in the promo pictures?
(This one is in HD, so it might crap out. If it does, look up the other one.)
For one thing, this is a great song. Arthur Conley, Jr., a one hit wonder I suppose, I don't know his regional history. Maybe I'll ask Professor Google.
But the point is, this is a paean to the great soul singers of the day, and the only singer mentioned in this song that remains alive today is Sam Hicks of Sam & Dave. The rest, including Mr. Conley himself, are dead, dead, dead, Mr. Conley earlier than most. So, an age has well and truly past and gone.
And what has replaced it? I'll leave it for others to say. Otherwise I'll start to sound like an old man chasing kids off of his lawn. Maybe there are artists working today who are as great as Otis or James Brown, not to mention 'Trane and Miles, maybe, I suppose that it could happen. It's not my call. Those with greater wit than me by far can analyze the situation. I hope that the answers are not too depressing.