Ty Juan

Thanks for visiting The Science of Soul this week. Featured Artist this week is Atlanta based Ty Juan and his new album called "Signature," think it's pretty special showing well crafted songs just dripping in soul. You'll will be hearing a lot about this album I feel sure. I have new music from The Dazz Band's Stan Edward Moore which is being well received on both sides of the Atlantic. I'm also gonna give you a little peek into the forthcoming album from Roy Roberts that I think you might like (thanks to Dave Welding @ Soul Junction Records for this.) He is essentially a Blues man, this will appeal to Soul folks as well, more information on the album as and when I get it.

Andy Stokes has just released his "Full Circle" EP, and the man from Portland, Oregon, is sounding pretty smooth, I'm thinking the standout track for me is "Lets Have A Good Time." I am going dip into the Motown vaults for a moment to bring to you Ivy Jo Hunter's version of the Spinners classic "Truly Yours." It's just one of  'the' Motown Classics that he wrote. His contribution to the 'The Sound of Young America' was immense. 10 years this week since we lost Gerald Levert, a documentary is  included below in remembrance. OK it's music time hit the play button and enjoy. Please remember to tell a friend about the Science of Soul..

Playlist Sunday 13-11- 2016
Sir Charles Jones
Hour One
James 'JT' Taylor - Feel The Need
Andy Stokes - Lets Have A Good Time
Stan Edward Moore - Tennessee Whisky
Ivy Jo Hunter - Truly Yours
Joe Leavy - Real Love
Con-Funk-Shun - By Your Side
Ty Juan - I'm Right Here
Ty Juan - 2 B Loved
Gregory Porter - On My Way To Harlem
Roy Roberts - Should Have Been Over
Ann Hines - Tearjerker
Sir Charles Jones - Glow

Ty Causey @ Forte Wayne
Hour Two
The Stylistics - Hurry Up This Way Again 
Blue Magic - Summer Snow
Stan Mosley - My Problem
Raw Shaw - Ghetto Tactics
Jesse James - If You Want A Love Affair
Curtis Mayfield - Back To The World
Ty Juan - Sunshine
Ms Monique - Mr Do Right
Will Downing - Does Your Momma Know About Me 
Teddy Pendergrass - Lets Talk About It
Ty Causey - Just Another Love Affair

Ty Juan Biography:
Have you ever had the thirst for new music but everything you heard all sounded the same? Well look no further. This gentlemen coming out of New Jersey is sure to give you what you have been waiting for. Ty Juan began singing at age 5. His family quickly took notice to his talent and love for music and began letting him participate in school plays and also sing in the youth choir at church. Influenced by some of the greats like Stevie Wonder, Lionel Ritchie, New Edition, all the way up to artists such as, Boyz II Men, Silk, Shai, R Kelly, and Dave Hollister. Ty Juan had taken his musical elements to another level. Ty Juan started a group called Something Smooth in 1997. The group was a local success in Amarillo, Texas where they got to perform with some of the industries top artist at the time such as Xscape, H-Town, 69 Boyz, Ideal, Zapp and the immortal Roger Troutman, just to name a few. The group signed with an independent label where they put out their first and only album. The group split up but that did not stop Ty Juan from reaching for his dream.  More at: cdBaby

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