Posts Tagged ‘Soul Tracks’

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LUTHER VANDROSS – Hidden Gems

March 22, 2012
 
Here’s an exciting news story from Soul Tracks on a new album release from Luther Vandross.
 
They write:
 
“The overwhelming talent of the late Luther Vandross (1951-2005), eight-time Grammy Award-winning singer extraordinaire, songwriter, producer, arranger, and soul music visionary, are the focus of HIDDEN GEMS
 
This new collection of 15 seldom-heard deep album tracks and movie soundtrack songs is released in the U.S on  April 17, 2012, just three days prior to Luther’s birthday on April 20.  The collection is released by Epic/Legacy, a division of SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT.”
 
Read the full story from Soul Tracks here:

http://www.soultracks.com/story-luther-hidden-gems

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JUMP START 3 – Soul Tracks Review

March 1, 2012

Great review for Jump Start Vol 3 mixed by Ginger Tony in Soul Tracks.

Read it in full here:

http://www.soultracks.com/various-artists-jump-start-music-3-review

 

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MICHAEL JACKSON’S ‘Immortal’ reviewed in Soul Tracks

December 15, 2011

There’s a great review for Michael Jackson’s ‘Immortal’ album on Soul Tracks.

They write:

“Like many of the other releases that have surfaced since Michael Jackson’s passing, Immortal may not convert non-fans (if there IS such a thing), but those who miss his unique brand of magic can put aside that cynicism in the case of Immortal, since it is lovingly-crafted, crisply-produced and turns many of the classics from familiar to fascinating.”

Read the review in full here:

http://www.soultracks.com/michael-jackson-immortal-review

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VENUE CONNECTION Fire It Up on Soul Tracks

October 18, 2011

Check out this great review for Venue Connection’s new album Fire It Up! in Soul Tracks. 

They write:

Fire It Up! from del Aguila and Alvarez’s label, Keepin’ The Groove, beckons jazz funk’s golden era, the late ‘70s age of Herbie Hancock, Patrice Rushen and dozens more.  Thanks to the crisp foundations from drummer/percussionist Miguel Cabana and del Aguila’s swift bass guitar lines, VenueConnection nails all the groove pockets with shear precision. ”

Love it!

Read the review in full here:

http://www.soultracks.com/venueconnection-fire-it-up-review

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LEDISI album review

September 21, 2011

There’s a great review in Soul Tracks for Ledisi’s new album Pieces of Me.

Writes Melody Charles:

““People just don’t know what I’m about, they haven’t seen what’s there behind my smile/There’s so much more of me I’m showing now,” Ledisi muses in the opening title track. But no one within the range of her voice will feel that she’s putting on pretenses in any aspect of this emotive, inspired and eloquent release. If this multi-faceted and mesmerizing approach is how Ms. Young expresses her musical gifts, then fans from every stage of her career will be more than content to sift through, and cherish, these powerful Pieces. Enthusiastically Recommended.”

Read the review in full here:

http://www.soultracks.com/ledisi-pieces-of-me-review

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LEDISI – album review

September 6, 2011

Well worth reading is this great album review of Ledisi’s Pieces of Me in Soul Tracks, who call it an “…emotive, inspired and eloquent release.”

Read in full here:

http://www.soultracks.com/node/9030

Also – great news – Pieces of Me is single of the week on Jazz FM this week!

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SOUL UK reviewed in Soul Tracks

August 3, 2011

Beverley Knight’s Soul UK has received another good review, this time from esteemed U.S site Soul Tracks, who call the DVD live set in particular, “musical dynamite”!

Read the review in full here:

http://www.soultracks.com/beverley-knight-soul-uk-review