18.9.17

The Intrigues


Thanks for stopping by this weeks Science of Soul, today on the show I will be featuring the latest Soul Junction label release from Philly legends The Intrigues, who were best remembered for there 60's classic "In A Moment." Their latest project is a collection of tracks that until now were laying in the vaults, but the Soul Junction guys have done it yet again, they remastered and packaged them into a new album called "If The Shoe Fits," I think these tracks will have a wide appeal for lovers of quality soul. It will be available in both vinyl and CD formats, these are definitely for the collectors, so don't miss out!

Stan Mosley is getting rave revues on his release of the Philly classic "Ain't No Stopping Us" remember we played it a couple of weeks back, but now I wanna remind you just how good it is, look out for a new album from Stan soon and  I will keep you updated. UK soul man Carvalho is back with a new track "Elevate" and is a quality release from the EP of the same name. I am expecting big things from this guy in the future. 

SOS listener June
The lovely Ms Gina Carey is back her new single its a very personal statement that is very relevant to her life at this point. her husband the renowned guitarist John Carey is battling with cancer right now, and "Fight" is an inspiring observation of the challenges they face. We wish John a speedy recovery because he is truly one of the industries nice guys. I will be 'album tracking' with Boney James, Ty Causey plus the new hit from Cupid entitled "A Woman Like Me", added to them the usual mix of old school classics, even two tracks from the Four Tops that I had completely forgotten (thank you to UK listener June McMenamin for reminding me) OK sit back relax enjoy the music.

Playlist for Sunday 17th September, 2017
Hour One
The Four Tops - Seclusion
Gina Carey - Fight
General Lee - We Did It Baby
Jarrad Anthony - Candy
Stan Mosley - Ain't No Stopping Us
The Intrigues - If The Shoe Fits
The Intrigues - Let Me Love You Tonight
Brian Mcknight - 10 Million Stars
Cupid - A Woman Like Me
Ty Causey - Pin Striped Suit
ZZ Hill - Nothing Can Change This Love
Willie Hutch - Anything Is Possible



Hour Two
Classic Example - Can U Find A Place In Your Heart
Shaila Prospere - Beautiful
Carvalho - Elevate
The Intrigues - Your So Dear To Me
Boney James ft Avery Sunshine - Honestly
The Four Tops - Just In Time
Natural Four - How You Been
Salina Albright - You And I
Otis Clay - Gonna Take My Heart
Joe Leavy - My Little Ones
Howard Hewett - I'm For Real
Ann Nesby - I Apologise

The Intrigues biography
The Intrigues were a slick trio that served up funky Philly soul during the early '70s. Their biggest hit in 1969 on the Yew label, "In a Moment," was slickly arranged and produced by Bobby Martin and Thom Bell, although its flip, "Scotchman Rock," was a rocking throwback to simpler times. The Intrigues' lush 1971 hit on Yew, "The Language of Love," was co-produced by Van McCoy. After an extended absence from the R&B charts, the trio re-emerged from the shadows in 1985 with "Fly Girl."

11.9.17

Cale Brock

Le Le Storm
Welcome to the Science of Soul, sorry I'm still playing catch-up on the new music so you will find quite a few on this weeks playlist along with my Featured Album that's from Cale Brock  and entitled "Dedicated." I have new and current releases from Southern soul lady, Le Le Storm, plus O'Bryan featuring Sue Ann Carwell with and a name you will remember from all those Freddie Jackson Classics, that's Paul Laurence. Time given out today with album tracking from Jazz man Norman Brown and a new name to me in N My Soul with a song called "Crossing Over"  with more coming from this set soon. It's great to see Roszun back and I can highly recommend his new set "Urban" don't be surprised if I Feature this album soon, it's really growing on me the more I play it.

Lot's of the old school classics you love on this weeks show as normal they prove to be very popular. On a sad note, I just heard while writing this, former Tower of Power front man Rick West has lost his battle with cancer, he will forever be remembered for the classic " You're Still A Young Man" had his early life not taken such dramatic turns who knows what he would have gone on to achieve ... RIP Rick and thank you for the music. Video this week is Barry White live at Birmingham NIA.
Time now to sit back and enjoy this weeks musical journey and please remember (yes you know) to tell a friend about the Science of Soul show.

Playlist for Sunday Sept. 9th 2017
Hour One
Paul Laurence
Marlena Shaw - Without You In My Life
Lacee - No Broke Man
Le Le Storm - Shut Your Mouth
Paul Laurence ft. Melodic - I Still Miss You
Norman Brown ft Chante Moore - Holding You
Cale Brock - If Your Ever Lonely
Cale Brock - Dedicated
Classic Example - Never Gonna Give You Up
Eddie Kendrick - Can't Help What I Am
David Ruffin - Can We Make Love One More Time
Ali Ollie Woodson - Angel
Dennis Edwards - Coolin' Out



Hour Two
Sweet Charles - Give The Woman A Chance
Isaac Hayes - I Can't Turn Around
The Undisputed Truth - Girl Your Alright
The Four Mints - You're My Desire
General Crook - Best Years Of My Life
The Dramatics - Just Shopping
Townsend x3, & Rogers - Play Ground Of Love
O'Bryan ft Sue Ann Carwell - One More Try
Roszun - City Nights
Cale Brock - Let Me Show You
N My Soul - A Better Man
Gladys Knight - Best Thing We Can Do Is Say Goodbye


4.9.17

On The Real Side #7

Thanks for stopping by because there's lots of new music this week, I'm still trying to play catch-up and I'm getting there very slowly ... Bigg Robb is back with a new single and album "Born To Do This" and I have the lead single "Good Thang," also a new track from Stan Mosley's Philly Sessions, and it's a great version of the Philly classic "Ain't No Stopping Us Now", look out for more great new music from Stan he as been busy in the studios and it's sounding great.


J Barnes Remington

J Barnes Remington is back with a great new single "Supreme Party Groove" 'JBR' is another who never disappoints, he is a quality Soulman.

Look out for new singles from Carl Sims and J L Smith. Featured Album this week is the latest volume of the "Soul On The Real Side #7," and it's jam-packed with feel good classics, so I couldn't resist sneaking a few on the playlist, now sit back and enjoy, there is sure to be some thing you like.


Playlist for Sunday Sept 3rd. 2017
 Hour One 
Barry White - September
J Barnes Remington - Supreme Party Groove
Kim Tibbs - I Need You For Love
Bigg Robb - Good Thang
T K Soul - Love Will Make You Do Thangs
Carl Sims - Go On And Go
Darrow Fletcher - It's No Mistake
Percy & Them - Look In The Mirror Of My Eyes
Checkmates Ltd - All Alone By The Telephone
Llorca - Rather Be Lonely
Cale Brock - Kick It With You
Stan Mosley - Ain't No Stopping Us



 Hour Two 
Body - This Love
Tyra Lavone - Can't Love You More
Surface - When It Comes To Love
J L Smith - I Never Thought
Robert H. Fowler & Tanya Holt - Can We
Monica - For You I Will
Nooky Jones - Someone Who
The Dells - Passionate Breezes
Gerald Levert - Smile
Johnny Bristol - Strangers In Dark Corners
Main Ingredient - You've Been My Inspiration
 

28.8.17

27-08-2017

It's Science of Soul time once again, I have new music this week from Will Downing & Avery Sunshine .. wow what a classic combination and it does not disappoint. Antoine Dunn is back and I have the lead single from his forthcoming album titled "By Design" and if this track is the benchmark then it's gonna be a classy affair. Stone Paxtone's new release "O Baby" is making a lot of noise Stateside, you might remember I played it a few weeks back, but just in case you missed it I dropped it into this weeks show. There's other new music from Echris and Little Kim Stewart is also back with a new single release so there is plenty to listen out for on this weeks show.

Detroit Legends Enchantment have just recently issued an ultimate collection and it's gonna be amongst the best money you can spend this year because these guy are just pure class, so I thought I'd hit you with one the classics from the collection. As always there is plenty of Old Skool classics that never fail to please, so sit back and enjoy! Scroll down for this weeks video, it's informative and in many ways quite shocking, Unsung's look at the group "Switch" I think just might surprise you.

OK enough chat from me, except to say "please remember to spread the Science of Soul word and share the link www.thescienceofsoul.com with a friend"

Sunday's playlist for 27th. August 2017
Hour One
Jody Watley - Workin' On A Groove Called Love
James Robinson - Day Dream
Will Downing & Avery Sunshine - I'm Feeling In Love
Antoine Dunn - By Design
Little Kim Stewart - Mind Your Own Business
Stone Paxton - O Baby
Kenny Lattimore - Your My Girl
J Barnes Remington - What About Us
E- Chris - All My Love
The Independents - Couldn't Hear Nobody Say
Tower of Power - Will I Ever Find A Love
Tower of Power - This Time It's Real



Hour Two
Marlena Shaw - Shaw Bizz/Suddenly
Anthony White - I'm So Much In Love With You
Jerry Butler - Lets Make Love
Everlife - I Love You Girl
Switch - I Wanna Be Closer
Rev. Clinton Coleman - Write Up To Heaven
Anthony Hamilton & Latoiya Williams - My First Love
Enchantment - Silly Love Song
Arika Kimble - NO NO
Facts of Life - Caught In The Act
Yolanda Adams - Be Blessed