Jureesa "The Duchess" Mcbride

Thank you for visiting the Science of Soul web site, on this weeks show I pay tribute to Benjamin Earl King, it seems we lose a legend every week. Please forgive the fact that I have not included "Stand By Me," but I wanted to give a glimpse of the mans all around talent.

The Featured Artist this week is Jureesa "The Duchess" Mcbride the Southern soul ladies are coming on really strong at the minute and I have 2 tracks from her forthcoming EP.

Whilst on the subject of new music, my dear friend Dwayne Palmer kindly sent me the new release from Robert H Fowler this guy is certainly on the rise and I'm expecting big things from Robert over the next few months, In fact the whole Lovebeams organisation has tremendous potential and rest assured I'll keep you up to date.

I was driving along the other day when Gerald Levert came on my stereo, song from his album "Do I Speak For The World," I had not played it for awhile ... wow the track "Closure" just blew me away, that I had to include it in this weeks show. The video today is a very well made, 90 minute documentary about the life of Mr James Brown, found as usual at the foot of page.

Okay as always, on with the music, please share the link ...

Sunday May 10th Play List

Hour One
James Taylor Quartet - Love Will Keep Us Together
Kenny Lattimore - Still Good
Case - Shook Up
Ikiri Lawrence - Never Without Your Love
Jureesa Mcbride - Just Move
Jureesa Mcbride - Karma
Robert H Fowler - Whats The Name Of Your Love
Ben E King - Drop My Heart Off At The Door
Ben E King - Super Natural Thing
The Artistics - Being In Love

Hour Two
Shirley Jones - Because You Love Me
Supremes - Your What's Missing In My Life
Zed Soul - Games We Play
Teddy Pendergrass - Slow Ride To Heaven
Gerald Levert - Closure
Silverbacks ft David Hooper - Where Are The Fellas
Karyn White - Tears Of Joy
Pat Lundy - Love Child
Margi Coleman - I Miss You
Rome - Tell Me The Truth
Anthony Hamilton - I'll Wait For You To Fall In Love
The Delfonics - La La La Means I Love You

Jureesa Mcbride's biography:

I started my journey toward recording my songs around 2007, but I had to step back for a minute. So come June of 2011, I stepped back out on faith and my love for true music. I entered "The Face The Music Tournament" in Jackson, MS for six weeks. I walked away as The Winner of the 2011 Tournament and I never stop moving. I am a recording artist, songwriter, entertainer, who can sing the blues. My music is the foremost important thing to me after God and family. I write and sing in genre of Soul, R&B, Southern Soul, Blues and Pop. Some of the greatest artists who inspire me are Tyrone Davis, Aretha Franklin, J.Blackfoot, Patti La Belle, The Legendary Benny Latimore, Johnny Taylor, Peggy Scott-Adams, Ms. Etta James, Whitney Houston and many others. (more at: reverberation)


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