Dee Robinson

On this weeks Science of Soul I'll be featuring a new album from Atlanta, Georgia based, Ms Dee Robinson. I have to confess Dee was new to me but this is her third album, the last being as far as I can find out issued back in 2005. So it's been awhile but WOW, it was worth a wait, "Grown And Sexy Lullaby's" is a killer from start to finish. This lady can s-a-n-g-g-g-g, she has a style that's kinda sassy, but sugar sweet almost in a jazzy vain. I've had this album on repeat in my car for a week and it just gets better, that's the measure of a future classic. Dee is also a writer with a new book out this week so visit her site and find more at: www.deerobinson.com

Joe [Thomas] is back with a new album called "Bridges" he as been 'Mr Consistent' over the last ten years or so, but this album seems kinda thrown together, but it still has it's moments, none-the-less and I gotta say he's is in fine voice as always and the good tracks are great, it's just a little patchy by his own high standards.

Thank you for allowing me to indulge myself in Bobby Womack last week, It seems just like me there are a lot of Womack fans out there. I thank for all the great feed-back and rest assured Bobby will always be apart of the Science of Soul just as he always as been.

New music this week from Raw Shaw, Steven Drakes, Shaylin D Mack and all the usual classics some well known some not.  Time now to so sit back enjoy and please share my Link that's how we continue to grow. Podcast link for Bridge FM readers

Playlist for Sunday 13-07-2014

Hour One
The Chi -Lites - Tell Me Where It Hurts 
This weeks Gospel song
Shaylin D Mack - Feel Good Music 
Joe - Future Teller 
Kelli Sae & Count Basic - I'm Loving You 
Michael Guy - Cant Thank You Enough 
Willie Clayton - Where As Love Gone 
Lola - It Ain't Worth It 
Dee Robinson - What Can I Do For You 
Dee Robinson - Candy Sweet
The Artistic's - She's Heaven 
Mighty Fire - You Got Everything 
Impact - I Thought You Might Like To Know 
Big G - We Cant Stay Together 
Fathers Children - When I Think At All I Think Of You 

Hour Two 
The O'Jays - Let Me Into Your Life 
Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes - Keep On Lovin' Me 
R. 'Dimples' Fields - Don't Stop Chasing Your Dreams 
Steven Drakes - Waterfall 
Sir Charles Jones - Independent Ladies 
Sulpacio Jones - Your Eyes 
Bettye Swann - Either Love Me Or Leave Me 
Raw Shaw - Ghetto Tactics 
Willie Hutch - Kelly Green 
Dee Robinson - Feels So Good 
Jea Mason - Together And In Love 
The Independents - Couldn't Hear Nobody Say 

Dee Robinson Biography:
Dee Robinson was born and raised in Gary, Indiana, only a few streets away from her favorite entertainer Michael Jackson, with whom she also shares a birthday—August 29. Dee’s initial emphasis in entertainment was working behind the scenes creating, developing, and producing live theatrical events to showcase independent artists. Dee considers herself first and foremost a poet, from which her creative essence is derived. Everything she has ever written began first as a poem—every speech, every song, every short story, every thesis. With a strong support network and a growing client base, she made the decision to walk away from corporate America and support herself through her talent as a writer, producer, project manager, and consultant. Her first step to freedom was starting a writing service called Dee Robinson the Right Writer. As a writer for hire, her motto was “Let me say it for you.” A few years later she started a company called Mentaltainment with a focus on producing enriching, enlightening, and purposeful entertainment. Her motto for Mentaltainment is “Information disguised as entertainment.” More @ deerobinson.com


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