13.8.18

Daneen Wilburn & Ty Causey

Welcome to this weeks Science of Soul from the new Black Country Radio studios, they are all up and running-ish, so normal service is resumed. I have two Featured Albums this week, first up is my good friend, I call 'Mister Consistent' being Ty Causey, with his latest set titled "Mr Mellow,"  and is just what you'd expect from Fort Wayne's favourite son, that's smooth and polished. I think this album will continue to cement his growing reputation. Ty is also a guy you need to catch live if you get chance great singer and great entertainer.

The second Feature Album of the week is the debut set from San Diego Soul lady Daneen Wilburn and a very accomplished set it is. I see big things for this lady and with a little promotion and luck this album could really be the launch pad. Other new music comes from Southern soulman C. Wright and the latest single from Diva Dee written produced and features Snatch Nelson. There are a lot of nice old school classics this week some you just might not know or have forgotten so sit back and enjoy and please be sure to tell a friend about the Science of Soul

Playlist for Sunday 12-08-2018
Hour One
Muscle Shoals Horns - She Was Once My Woman
C. Wright - Tickle Box
Coldjack - Something Got To Give
Big Brooklyn Red - Takin' It To Far
Imma - Around The World
Ty Causey - Mr Mellow
Ty Causey - Cant Stop
Diva Dee ft Snatch Nelson - Sweat
Charlie Wilson - My Love Is All I Have
Charlene & The Soul Serenaders - Love Changes
L A Boppers - La La La Means I Love You
The Delfonics - Can You Remember
Dynamic Superiors - Shoe Shoe Shine



Hour Two
Pops - I Love You 1000 Ways
Dee Harvey - Leave Well Enough Alone
Daneen Wilburn - After All This Time
Daneen Wilburn - The Only Way
Slique Jay Adams - We Are ne
Loleatta Holloway - Worn Out Broken Heart
Bobby Helmz - Got A Feelin' For You
The Dells - I'll Make You My Girl
Fantastic Four - Let This Moment Last
L J Johnson - Staring Into Space
Zingara - Love Calling

30.7.18

Darryl Anders AgapeSoul

Lomax
It's Science of Soul time thanks for stopping by, this week I Feature the excellent new set from Darryl AndersAgapeSoul "Conversations," this is a very accomplished affair with great production from start to finish - it was hard to select 3 tracks, but don't worry there will be more to follow over the next few weeks. Soul Junction records latest 45 is a real gem from Robert Montgomery, and as I always remind you these are pressed in limited quantities so get them while you can. Other new music this week comes from St. Louis soul queen, Uvee Hayes with current album titled "From A Woman's Point Of View,"getting great revues and it's easy to see why.

Houston soulman Lomax is back today with a new single, and I've also have the lead single from Cornell CC Carters new album "One Love." A new name on the Science of Soul is Trenton, New Jersey's very own Show Tyme ... this guy can sang, love his new album "Loves Truth."  There are lots of great tracks for the Old Skool folks too, listen out for Rick Webb's late 1980s classic "Sitting On Your Doorstep" it still sounds great. Ok it's music time sit back hit the play button and enjoy ...

Sunday's playlist for 29-07-2018
Hour One
Jean Carne - My Love Don't Come Easy
Chris Jasper - Like I Do
Cornell CC Carter - That's My Baby
Walter Beasley - Music
Saskia - Secret Lover
Darryl Anders AgapeSoul - Changes
Darryl Anders AgapeSoul - The Way We Love
Robert Montgomery - I Love You So
Sheree Brown - It's A Pleasure
Lomax - Let The Rain Come
Miracle Thomas - You Take My Breath Away
Sunstone - I Love You Way To Much
Show Tyme - Come On Home To Me



Me, Rick Webb & JJ Barnes
Hour Two
Rick James - Make Love To Me
Randy Brown - If I Don't Love You
Uvee Hayes - What Colour Is Love
Robert Montgomery - Love Song About You
Side Effect - Midnite Lover
Al Johnson - Anything This Wonderful
Rick Webb - Sitting On Your Doorstep
Darryl Anders AgapeSoul - The Lesson
Tiffany Purnell - Whenever Your Ready
Douglas Green - Don't Cry
David Oliver - Summer Love


Darryl Anders AgapeSoul biography:-

AgapéSoul is the brainchild of bassist Darryl Anders, who grew up playing trumpet before switching to bass. Early in his career, the veteran Bay Area bassist had spent many years immersed in the world of music-oriented video gaming platforms, reproducing songs for best-selling products like Karaoke Revolution, Guitar Hero and Rock Band. Seeking a more personal creative outlet for his own burgeoning artistry, he brought together a collective of musical friends to help him record a batch of jazz and R&B oriented songs he had co-written with renowned pianist, recording artist and jazz educator Dr. Joe Gilman. Even without major promotion, Believe in Love, the first album under the name AgapéSoul, earned comparisons to popular R&B/jazz ensembles Incognito and Brand New Heavies – and hit #1 on the UK Soul Chart and #7 on the UK Soul Top 30 Best of 2012. More @ http://www.agapesoul.com/bio.html


23.7.18

Mark IV

Welcome to this weeks Science of Soul, Featured Album this week comes from Mark IV, and is a collection that never had a release back in the day. It's really quite amazing because there are some real quality tunes on it ... to good not to share with you,  hope you enjoy it as much as I have. Mr consistent Ty Causey is back with a new set due for release in August, listening to "Mr Mellow" it's exactly what you expect from Ty, real quality. Other new music this week comes from Roosevelt Wade with his single "Haters" getting a lot of attention, as are the latest products from Amina Buddafly, Sharena Wynn, Jayna Blackwell and the UK soul lady Jaki Graham seems like it's ladies week this week ... no complaints from me, lol.

Watts in London
Also from Great Briton is Natasha Watts and she is due to release a new album in September, this lady's popularity continues to grow. I have to say she did a great job opening for the O'Jays in London last weekend, so can't wait for the album. For the old school folks listen out for Alex Brown her classic 1970 album "In Search Of Love" as just been reissued and it's a must have in your collection. We have a little bonus this week if you scroll down you can watch The Brenda Perryman Show from last week when she did a great Interview with Undisputed Truth who have a new album almost completed and trust me it's pretty special. Ok enough from me sit back enjoy the music and remember to spread the word.

Sunday's playlist for 22-07-2018
Hour One
Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes - Feels Like Magic
Amina Buddafly - My Next Guy
Sharena Wynn - Your Love
Roosevelt Wade - Haters
Clif Payne - Get Up Get Busy
Mark IV - Sign Of A Dying Love
Mark IV - I Got Everything
Jayna Blackwell - That's My Song
Tamalaneh - I'm Moving On
Ty Causey - Shake & Dance
Black & Blue - Of All The Hearts To Break
Natasha Watts - Love Who You Are



Hour Two
Piece By Peace - Take Me Back When
Miles Jaye - Love Story
T S Monk - There's More To Love
Robert "Mousey" Thomson - Tell Me Pretty Lady
Bigg Robb & Da Problem Solvers - Baby I'm Sorry
Lawrence Preston - Something For You
Tre Williams - Looking For Love
Jacki Graham - News For You
Jackie Ball - I Like What You Do
Mark IV - Give Me Just A Little
Alex Brown - I'm Not Responsible
Freddie Jackson - Love Signals

Mark IV information
Mark IV under the tutelage of Roy C released one great album on Mercury Records in 1973 before being dropped by the label. This change in fortunes brought forward partners Otis Brown Jr and Donald Shaw to take over from Roy with the management of the group between 1974-78. The songs featured on this album were all recorded during these years and had sat on reel to reel tapes gathering dust until 2017 when a partnership was forged between Otis, Donald & Cordial Recordings to release them. We hope that you enjoy listening to this album as much as we have had since first listening to the original demo tapes. Time to ‘make room for the Mark IV’ again Julian!”

Cordial Recordings are proud to announce the release of our first album on Vinyl & CD with this collection of previously unreleased songs by Mark IV. The songs have been remastered to provide full listening experience. The CD comes with two bonus songs. The vinyl & CD release have been limited to 500 copies each. The vinyl sleeve has been printed on luxury heavyweight board. The CD has been printed as a 4pp Digipak with clear tray on luxury heavyweight board. (firstexperiancerecords)


Brenda interviews singers from The Undisputed Truth Motown group (Joe 'Pep' Harris & Brenda Adams)