Will Downing

Stone Paxton
Thanks again for stopping by my Science of Soul blogcast, this week I'll be featuring the new album from living legend Mr Will Downing, "The Promise" its the albums name and has all the usual Will trade marks; great production, super smooth vocals, but with a great bunch of gospel flavoured tunes. I think its gonna go down as a classic. On the new music score this week I've added have two beautiful young ladies  with Ms Chelsea Wilson from Australia, and LA Young from Maryland.  Representing the fella's a Southern soulman Lamorris Williams with his new single that also features Terry Harris and the constantly great Stone Paxton  ..  I think you will enjoy. For my Old Skool folks, you know I don't forget you,  music from Tommy Tate, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Prince Phillip Mitchell, Bloodstone and a whole lot more, so please be sure to tell a friend about The Science of Soul..

Sunday's playlist  for 9-12-2018
Hour One
Mary J. Blige - Be Happy
Chelsea Wilson - Real Love
L.A. Young - No One Can Love You More
LaMorris Williams/THarris - Don't Wanna Be Lonely
Bigg Robb - Don't Be Ashamed
Will Downing - What Would I Do
Will Downing - I Hear A Voice
Uness - Intimate
Gladys Knight/Pips - Your Number One In My Book
Tommy Tate - On The Real Side
Tommy Tate - School Of Life
Crusaders - You Pay For Love

Hour Two

Stone Paxton - Baby Girl

Jaheim - Put The Woman First
Will Downing - He Will Be There
L.T.D. - Where Did We Go Wrong
Best Of Both Worlds - I Want The World To Know
T C - Love Takes Time
Bloodstone - Instant Love
Bishop Morton & Aretha Franklin - Seasons Change
John Edwards - Exercise My Love
Al Johnson - I'll Do Anything For Love
Prince Phillip Mitchell - If We Can't Be Lovers
The Temptations - Heavenly


Auteria Wally Winzer

Welcome to this weeks Science of Soul and as promised the Featured Artist this week  is Auteria Wally Winzer , his remastered EP "Sweet Deal" is a classic, well produced and silky smooth just as we like it on the Science of Soul. I have chosen 3 of my favourite tracks and to be honest there is not a bad track on it .. highly recommended (it would make a lovely Christmas gift.) Other new music this week  comes from L Spencer Smith & Avery Sunshine, a great combination and check out the video at the bottom of the page. Representing the ladies I have my soul sister from Meridian, Mississippi, Ms Shai Simone and Cleveland's very own Conya Doss as I dip into her new album "Clear." Album tracking with  Kiko Pryor's "Me & My Thoughts" and gospel legends The Winans  Got a bunch of Old Skool classics some you just might not know so sit back relax and enjoy the music..

Science of Soul Playlist 2nd December 2018
Shai Simone
Hour One
T Connection - Let's Do It Today
L Spencer Smith & Avery Sunshine - Hooked
Keith Sweat - All About You
D'Metrius - It's Time
Shai Simone - When I Get My Groove On
Auteria Wally Winzer ....
       ft Steve Fernandes - Overnight Sensation
Auteria Wally Winzer ft Pam Neal - Be As One
The Delfonics - I Told You So
Dessy Di Lauro - When You Need Me
Al Wilson - Show & Tell
The Temprees - You Made Me Feel So Good
The Temprees - Love Maze

Conya Doss
Hour Two
Leroy Hutson - I Think I'm Falling In Love
The Winans - Finders Keepers
Bryan B - Take Good Care Of Me
Souled Out - Wasted
Opus 7 - Hey Big Brother
Conya Doss - Back To Us
Auteria Wally Winzer - Don't Judge A Book..
Kiko Pryor - Move Your Body
Kevin Nash - Call Me
The Nights - Country Girl
L V Johnson - Make You Mine




Dru Chapman
Welcome to this weeks Science of Soul. First off I would like to thank all the folks who came out in support of the cancer research event in Liverpool in memory of Marvin Ruffin it was a great event organised by Pauline Drayson. I know Marvin would be looking down with pride, nice that so many gave there time and talent in his memory, in particular Dru Chapman, he flew in from Cyprus to be a part of it.

I'm trying to catch up on some of the new releases on this weeks show., making his debut on the playlist is Mr Taylormade with his new release "All In Your Love," that's highly recommended also playing new music from Big Daddy E and Teddy B, with music representing the ladies from Mz Connie. For the Old Skool folks I have Eddie Holman, The Dramatics and a not often heard classic from Ray Goodman & Brown, so sit back and enjoy some real smooth soul...

Sunday's Playlist from 24-11-2018
Hour One
Breakwater - Work It Out
Roderick Dolphin - The Grass Is Greener
Robert H Fowler & Tanya Holt - Can We
Mz Connie - Neckbone Lady
Mr Taylormade - All In Your Love
David Hartfield - Special Love
Teddy B - I'm So In Love
Groove Association ft Georgie B - Two Hearts
Big Daddy E - Call On Me
Edee Leatherwood - Make It Last
Eddie Holman - Hey There Lonely Girl
Eddie Holman - It's All In The Game
Marvin Ruffin - This Thing Called Love

Big Daddy E
Hour Two
Lonnie Youngblood - Girl I'm Gonna Miss You
Tony Sullivan - It's Over
Lalah Hathaway - On Your Own
CeCe Rogers - I Think I Love You
Herman George - What Have You Got
Cloe Martin - It's Comes To Attention
The Cheers - I Made Up My Mind
Bobby Helmz - If I
Big Bub - Tellin' Me Stories
Vannessa Mitchell - Oasis
The Dramatics - Please Say You'll Be Mine
Ray, Goodman & Brown - Someone's Missing Your Love


Kiko Pryor

On this weeks Science of Soul I will be featuring the new album from Spearsville, Louisiana native Kiko Pryor entitled"Me & My Thoughts," it's a debut album and comes highly recommended. Kiko is a popular 'live music' attraction on the Southern soul circuit and I think this album will take him to another level, it's available now at cdBaby and all the usual outlets be sure to check it out. Another new name to the Science of Soul this week is Anthony McClary the Philly soulman has delivered a song that is both thought provoking and poignant in these troubled times.

From the sunshine State of Florida I have the Special Formula Band, and representing Georgia I also have Ms Pat Cooley. Tara Keith & Mose Stovall have teamed and delivered a classic slice of Southern Soul called"These Papers," and as a little bonus you can view the video for this release at the bottom of this weeks blog. Rounding out the new releases for this I have H-Town's own Mr Leroy Allen and from Oakland, California, Auteria W. Winzer. For the Old Skool folks there's Tyrone Davis, Lonnie Hewitt, L A Connection and few other gems you might just have forgotten. 

Detroit author Don Darget as just published a book about the great work that Motown legend Kim Weston did in Detroit, it's an absolute must for any Detroit soul music fan, and is available right now on Amazon (It will make someone a great Christmas gift) it is titled "Kim Weston Festival Of The Performing Arts" I highly recommend it. 

Ok it's music time sit back pour a glass of wine and enjoy ...

Sundays Playlist for 18-11-2018
Hour One
Allspice - Slipped Away
Leroy Allen - I'm Gonna Love You
Special Formula Band ft Holly - 2 Ride Au Die
The Manhattans ft Gerald Alston - Get it Ready
Richard "Popcorn" Wylie - E S P
Kiko Pryor - Move Your Body
Kiko Pryor ft Tha Don - I'm Sorry Baby
Tyrone Thomas - We're Still In Love
Pat Cooley - I Need A Fix It Man
K Avett - Time Wont Wait
Carl Thomas - I Wish
Anthony McClary - Peace In The Streets

Hour Two
Tara Keith & Mose Stovall - These Papers
Opus 7 - I Love You
Keisa Brown - Ain't No Life After Love
Auteria W. Winzer ft Pam O'Neal - Be As One
Calvin Richardson - Looks Like You Been Crying
Mantra - Promise Me
Big L - If I Knew Then
Asante - Look What You've Done
Lonnie Hewitt - I Gotta Keep My Bluff In
L A Connection - I'll Find A Way
The Persuaders - Stay With Me
Tyrone Davis - I Cant Wait

Kiko Pryor biography:-
Kiko Pryor was born on October 24, 1979 in Farmerville, Louisiana to Alton Pryor and Mary Alice Wright-Pryor, and raised in Spearsville, Louisiana. The child of a musical family, Pryor’s love for music started early. Raised in the church, he was able to hone his musical talents playing the piano and singing in the choir. Remnants of that gospel background remain apparent in his music today.
Pryor seeks to revive the old school of R&B and push it into a new direction. In his music, the sound of artists like R. Kelly, Ron Isley, and Aaron Hall meet the deep rhythm of southern gospel. By his own description, “family, love…how much you care about people—that really forms the core of my music”. His song lyrics serve as reflections on practical, everyday experience.