|Lomax's 4th album|
|Listeners: Pedro & Paloma|
I love our Listeners Choice* spot because the music you guys pick is just so varied and really representative of Soul music and it's so good to see that we can listen to music of every decade and enjoy it, It's truly the only way to ensure the continuation of the Soul legacy. This week my dear friends of many years; Pedro and Paloma Garcia, husband and wife from Madrid in Spain, will select three of their favourite tracks.
|Limited edition book (1000)|
I hope you enjoy the music on offer this week, please remember to hit the 'Like' button and share my link with friends and most of all thank you all for being part of the Science Of Soul family.
Jody Watley - Workin' On...
|Jazz album with Soul|
The Tymes - Find My Way
Joe Leavey - I Heart You
Tatiana 'Lady May' Mayfield - For You
Selina Albright - You & I
Lomax Swing It / Put It All Up There
Dee Dee Sharp Gamble - Touch My Life
Bobby Patterson - Recipe For Love
*Marvin Gaye - What's Going On
*The Four Tops - Baby...
...... I Need Your Lovin'
*The Jokers - Soul Sounds
Candi Staton - To Hurt To Cry
|Truth & Devotion 1982 (Gospel)|
Clarence Mann - Come What May
Donnell Jones - Forever
Lomax Second Hand Man
Willie Clayton - Love Is So Beautiful
Omar Cunningham - Older Woman
Truth & Devotion - Heaven At Last
Joe Leavy - My Little Ones
Sterling - Come On And Love Me
Eddie Levert - What If
Smokey Robinson - Silent Partner..
... In A Three Way Love Affair
Notes: Bill's introduction is missing on first three songs due to a technical error, but was present on the broadcast.
Ever looking to broaden his musical horizons, Lomax began his “ Southern Soul” experience as a guitar player on Tony Troutman’s well-know “Southern Soul” hit, “Your Man Is Home Tonight. While a member of the Mel Waiter’s band, Lomax has taken the opportunity to collaborate with Mel on several musical projects that are destined for musical success. These include writing and producing the music for Mel Waiter’s new single, “She’s Got No Curfew.” Lomax has also produced and performed on the music of Chandra Calloway’s new single “Ask Me what You Want” Jimmy-Jai and Charles Wilson all performers on Mel Waiters’ new record label, Brittney Records.
You are invited to enjoy “Put It All Up There,” Lomax’s latest, hot new “ Southern Soul” released on KAL Entertainment Inc. “Put It All Up In There” is written by Lomax Spaulding IV and produced and performed by Lomax Spaulding III. This ‘sure to please’ release has the makings of a “Southern Soul” classic and has also allowed Lomax to be nominated for “New Male Vocalist of the Year” by the Jus Blues Music Foundation. Be on the lookout for Lomax’s hot, new 2012 (CD) (album) entitled “Life Lessons.” (CDBaby)