The legendary Jocelyn Brown hits London this week – with three shows at Camden’s JAZZ CAFE….FEB 14/15/16TH
Posts Tagged ‘Soul’
Check out this great interview with Black Ivory talking to SoulMusic.com about their legendary career in music as well as the new album Continuum.
Read and listen to the podcast here:
Quick reminder that you can hear Part 2 of Ledisi’s interview with Solar Radio, this Friday Jan 20th 8pm.
You can listen to Solar on DAB or online here:http://www.solarradio.com/
Juliette’s fantastic video for new single Love Me And My Hair has arrived!
Set in the 1920′s the video features established film and theatre actor, Wil Johnson (Waking the Dead, Waterloo Road, Baby Father), and was directed and produced by Tim Watchorn of Watchorn Productions.
The clip has already won the MVSA award for ‘Best Festival Music Video’ at the Black International Film Festival (BIFF http://www.biffestival.co.uk/)!
The video also receives a great write-up on the Meltdown Radio blog here:
And finally – great news! – the single was played by Ronnie Herel on 1xtra last night! Listen again here:
You won’t want to miss this!
Lalah Hathaway will be live on Colourful Radio tonight at 10pm (Tues Jan 17) talking to DJ Stretch about her critically acclaimed album Where It All Begins.
You can listen to Colourful on DAB or online here:
The heat is starting to build for Juliette’s ‘Love Me and My Hair’, with a great blog post at Soul Bounce.
They write: “Juliette combines classic-sounding jazz vocals with a more modern, soulful sound. The video for the single… sees Juliette taking to the stage in a 1920′s jazz club, which fits nicely with the track’s overall vibe. Definitely one to keep an eye on.”
Read the post in full here:
Yetunde Johnson’s video for new single Waiting has arrived!
It features our girl jamming in the studio to the soultastic 2Darc remix!
Let’s keep it real: there will never be a soul vocalist finer than Luther Vandross. In the four years since his untimely passing, Luther continues to be sorely missed, and his amazing contribution to the soul music canon deeply felt.
There has been many compilations put out by the U.S. over the years – but none ever included the real gems that the UK soul fraternity love.
Never Too Much – The Soul of Luther Vandross has been compiled specifically with the UK market in mind. There are a couple of omissions (for legal issues), but this is his finest work on the Epic label.
The album was compiled by Soul Food’s own Steve Ripley (who worked with Luther since first days at Epic Records), with liner notes album prepared by David Nathan.
Full tracklisting below:
THE NIGHT I FELL IN LOVE
GIVE ME THE REASON
DON’T YOU KNOW THAT
SHE LOVES ME BACK
IT’S OVER NOW
I WANTED YOUR LOVE YOU MAKE ME A BELIEVER
IT’S ALL ABOUT YOU
ONCE YOU KNOW HOW
WAIT FOR LOVE
NEVER TOO MUCH
BAD BOY/HAVING A PARTY
FOR YOU TO LOVE
SHE’S SO GOOD TO ME
SINCE I LOST MY BABY
SUGAR AND SPICE
I’LL LET YOU SLIDE
IF ONLY FOR ONE NIGHT
A HOUSE IS NOT A HOME
YOU STOPPED LOVIN ME
ALL the tunes, right?
Amazon download link here:
An exhaustive and heavy hitting collection from one of soul music’s greatest…