Frank McComb

Nice music for you all once again with this week Featured Artist being Frank McComb, the Florida based soul man with his new album called "Another Love Story," up to his normal high standards and very well received around the world I'm sure. Incidentally Frank also presents a radio show on the Legend World Radio Network so we are kind of work colleagues, lol. Visit www.legendworldradionetwork.com for more details on his radio show.

Look out also today for Southern Soul man Mo' B with his new single "True Love" that's making some noise, and I have tracks from the current projects by Katrenia Jefferson "Living A Lie" and Michigan based Al Lindsey's new set "Love You More" I will be featuring more tracks from this album over the coming weeks.
The news has just come in that we have lost legendary songwriter Rod Temperton - he had been fighting cancer for quite awhile and finally lost his battle on October 5th. I will be paying tribute to this mans amazing legacy on next weeks show. Ok on with the music please share the Science of Soul word with friends and fellow music lovers, It's a wonderful gift to give and it don't cost a penny..

 Podcast for Sunday 09-10-2016 

Hour One
Jeffree Charles - Timeless
Jesus Alvarez - Please Stay Don't Go
Al Lindsey - I Give Up On You
Gene Dunlap - It's Just The Way I Feel
Krowz Hill - Make Me Happy
Mo' B - True Love
Gene Rice - Your Gonna Get Served
Tyrone Davis - You Make Me Feel So Good
Katerina Jefferson - Living A Lie
Frank McComb - Feelin' Some Kinda Way
Frank McComb - Labelled As Love
Lionel Cornelius - Hey There

Hour Two
L.A. Boppers - There She Goes Again
Trombone Shorty - Be My Lady
Eddie Kendrick - Maybe I'm A Fool To Love You
Freddie Jackson - A Dozen Roses
Cuba Gooding - I'm In Love
Chicago Gangsters - Got A Little Picture
Frank McComb - Were Gonna Be On Our Own
Shabazz - Father I'm Coming
The Dells - Passionate Breezes
The O'Jays - Pretty Is As Pretty Does
Will Downing - After Tonight
Randy Brown - I'd Rather Hurt Myself

Frank McComb's biography:

Frank McComb is a great talent who has yet to receive much deserved attention on this side of the Atlantic. Raised in Cleveland in a musical family, McComb was immersed in a sea of great artists, from jazz greats Herbie Hancock and Oscar Peterson to soul giants Roberta Flack, Donny Hathaway (to whom his voice is most often compared) and Stevie Wonder. More here

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