15.7.18

A re-broadcast



This weeks show is a repeat of an old one, sorry for the inconvenience should be  back to normal next week :-)

9.7.18

Snatch Nelson & Mike Donaby

Thanks for stopping by this weeks Science of Soul. I have two Featured Artists this week from New Orleans southern soul man Snatch Nelson who's new album "Artistry" is getting great revues and riding high on the charts and from Chicago with his excellent new EP "Something Good" Mike Donaby. These are two products I highly recommend, I am expecting big things in the future from both of these very talented guys. It's great to see Shreveport's favorite son Tony Sullivan back with a new single "It's Over" this track is a real grower the more you hear it the better it gets. We will also dip into the latest projects from Chris Jasper, Al Lindsey, Bobby Helmz, Stan Mosley and James "Biscuit" Rouse. For the Old Skool folks there's lots to satisfy your soul and remind of the great days gone by so just hit the play button sit back and enjoy and be sure to tell a friend about The Science of Soul..

Sunday's playlist for 07-07- 2018
Hour One
The Spinners - Sitting On Top Of The World
Side Effect - I Can't Play
Tony Sullivan - It's Over
Chris Jasper - Its A Miracle
Al Lindsey - Heavenly Thoughts
Mike Donaby - To Catch A Falling Star
Mike Donaby - Something Good
L J Johnson - Daydreams Can Come True
James "Biscuit" Rouse - In Between Times
Dre T Turner - Let Him Know
Snatch Nelson - It's You
Snatch Nelson - My Favourite Girl
Freddie Jackson - Without You



Hour Two
George Kerr - It's Not To Late / Save The Children
Kocky - Share Love
Lucy Shropshire - I'll Be Here 4 U
Cortez - I'm Really In Love
Bobby Helmz - Doo Doo Wop
Skip Mahoney & The Casuals - Bless My Soul
Montclaires - Baby (U Know I'm Gonna Miss You)
The Dells - Soul Strollin'
Bobby Womack - Facts Of Life/He'll Be There
Stan Mosley - People We Gotta Do Better
L J Johnson - Things Will Workout In The End

2.7.18

Blu Mitchell

Thank you for visiting The Science of Soul, my Featured Album this week comes from Blu Mitchell, entitled "Blu Eyed Soul". Los Angeles based singer has delivered a very polished set with some great collaborations and quality productions. The album as been out a few months but as gone relatively unnoticed so I thought I would bring it to your attention just in case you had missed it. There is other new music this week including the multi talented Gina Carey her single "Let Me Know" is one of my favourites from her. Another L.A. based lady and R&B Hall Of Fame inductee Ms Rena Scott has just released her version of Aretha Franklin's classic "Until You Come Back To Me" and I must say she as done a great job.

Late Joe Jackson
There is also new music from Peabo Bryson and The Temptations have a new album "All The
Time" not one of there best in my opinion but I do like "Still Feel Like Your Man". It seems every week we lose a music legend, this time it's Joe Jackson who's vision for his family became a reality, he honed their talent in that small house in Gary, Indiana, but I am sure he could never have foreseen the impact they would have on the music world, not just in the States but globally. I have included 3 of my personal favourites from them to show respect for the legacy that Joe Jackson founded. Ok it's music time sit back and enjoy and please share with a friend.

Science of Soul Playlist July 1st 2018
Hour One

Maxi Anderson - Lover To Lover
Gina Carey - Let Me Know
The Temptations - Still Feel Like Your Man
Rai - Here I Am
Tara Keith - Swinging Out Tonight
Kelli Evans & Don Albert - What We ..
           .. Gonna Do With These Feelings
Earl White jr. - Very Special Girl
The Stylistics - If You Were There
Peabo Bryson - All She Wants to Do Is Me
Cool Million ft Fay B - Summer Rain
Blu Mitchell ft. Puff Johnson - Anna Mae
Blu Mitchell - Paint Your Body Blue
Johanna - Long Gone



Hour Two
Peaches & Herb - Fours A Traffic Jam
Clif Payne - Yesterday Pain, Tomorrow Joy
Alonzo Reid - I'm So Grateful
Wreckin' Crew - All My Love
Julius Thomas - I Gotta Change My Ways
Rena Scott - Until You Come Back To Me
Carl B Henry - Sex U
Blu Mitchell ft. Jason Peterson - Fool For Love
Jackson 5 - Lookin' Through The Window
The Jacksons - Even Tho Your Gone
The Jacksons - Good Times

Blu Mitchell biography:
This dynamic man is certainly no apprentice to the music trade. BLU, a Los Angeles aborigine, graced the industry with his presence in his 1995 debut Motown Records project entitled, Out of the Blu, spotlighting the hit single, 'Hide & Go Get It' (featuring remixes with both Oakland-based Tony Toni Tone and rapper E-40) produced by Dwayne Wiggins. On tour, BLU achieved fame while performing the national anthem at the 1997 Kentucky Derby opening and in touring major U.S. cities, working with industry trend setters including Johnny "Guitar" Watson, Will Downing, Phil Perry, Michael Bolton, Randy Jackson, New Kids on the Block, Steve Perry and Avant…to name a few.

He appeared in the play, Love in the Nick of Tyme, written by David E. Talbert and starring Morris Chestnut. Love in the Nick of Tyme toured across the United States as one of the highest-grossing plays of 2007. This play marked BLU’s acting debut, along with gracing fans with his show-stopping vocal performances. After wrapping up the tour, BLU appeared in the movie, First Sunday, directed by David E. Talbert starring Ice Cube, Tracy Morgan and Katt Williams. He has also appeared in the stage productions of Soul Kitten Cabaret with Fantasia, Faith Evans and Nicci Gilbert as well as King Solomon Lives with Richard Brooks. In addition, BLU has songs featured in the following feature films: Love For Sale (2008), He’s Mine Not Yours (2011), 24 Hour Love (2013), Stock Option (2015), and Couple's Night (2017)

BLU considers his newest album, Blu Eyed Soul, to be a part of his musical legacy. From writing to producing to A&R to promoting, has has all hands in! He knows that he took a long time to drop a second record, but rest assured he plans to keep them rolling from now on. www.blumitchell.com



25.6.18

Al Lindsey

RIP - Lowrell (Simon)
Thank you for stopping by the Science of Soul, we are back to normal this week with lots of great new music and some old skool classics. Featured Album comes from my good friend Al Lindsey and his new album called "Versatility," it's an album I have been looking forward to, and it does not disappoint. Al's polished vocals and quality songs and productions make this an essential addition to your collection, highly recommended. (photo below of Al Lindsey & Paulette Jackson)  There is also new music from Change, (the group that one time featured Luther Vandross), great to see them back and sounding good.
Other new music comes from Mike Rob who is a new name to me, but I'm loving his sound. Had the sad news this week that Lowrell Simon of The Lost Generation had passed-on, so I dedicate this show to his memory that includes is his solo classic "Mellow' Mellow Right On" plus from his days as lead singer with The Lost Generation, "Someday".

Thank you for your patience over the last few weeks due to me being on a Stateside trip, time to sit back and enjoy The Science of Soul ....

Playlist for Sunday 24-06-2018
Hour One
Lowrell - Mellow Mellow Right On
Chuckii Booker - Games
Stevie Woods - Fly Away
James Morgan - It Takes More To Keep Her
Tower of Power - Can't Stop Thinking About You
Al Lindsey - Cotton Candy
Al Lindsey - A Midsummer Dream
Uvee Hayes - Practice What You Preach
Joy Stanford - Just Wanna Be Your Joy
The Dramatics - Treat Me Right
The Unifics - Sentimental Man



Hour Two
Al Lindsey - Versatility
August Heat - At Peace
Prince Philip Mitchell - Top Of The Line
Silk - I Know I Didn't Do You Wrong
Blu Mitchell - Another Sad Love Song
Katrenia Jefferson - To All The Good Men
Chuck Cissel - Do You Believe
Mike Rob - I Don't Wanna Talk No More
Change - Hit Or Miss
Keystone - Didn't You See Me Cry
The Lost Generation - Heart & Soul

Al Lindsey album
It's time to reach out and recapture that's what's been lost! Time to bring back those values of unity and love. Seems like mankind is on the brink of self destruction....The solution is so simple....We must appreciate the beauty of diversity, like a rainbow...Versatility to appreciate the idea of diversity. Taken from the featured track on this masterpiece, Versatility. This album has a message as powerful as Marvin Gaye's "Whats Going On". This album is a must for your collection. This cd has it all. Beautiful ballads delivered as only Al Lindsey can. It has hot dance tracks. If you're just in the mood to chill! (cdbaby)