Irene Renee

Kia Michaels
It's Science of Soul time once again and this week we feature the new album from Irene Renee "Ubiquitous Soul", Its the follow up to her 2013 set "Serendipitous Experience,"  It's been a while in the making but the Yonkers New York based lady is back with a solid set, I think you will enjoy. A young lady is making her debut today is Ms Kea Michaels out of Pittsburgh, PA, and if this project is anything to go by I'm expecting big things,  "I Love You" is a great way to get started, also representing the ladies is Joy Dennis with a have a track from her excellent album "Listening Party."

Happy birthday Susan
Just in case your wondering I haven't forgot the fellas they are represented by Lomax and his new single "Kiss It Goodbye" and from the ATL we have Todd B a gentleman who is gaining a lot of interest at the moment -  not hard to see why. Cale Brocks album just gets better and better so I have dipped into that again plus the lead single from Walter Williams' upcoming album "Lets Spend The Night Together." My Chicago Soul brother Stan Mosley is riding high in the soul charts with his version of the Philly classic "Ain't No Stopping Us" but I'm gonna give a little taste from his forthcoming album due before the end of the year, so "Tell Him" is classic Stan Mosley, I cant wait for this album, it's gonna be special. I will keep you updated. I found an usual and great bunch of old school classics for you to enjoy so sit back pour a glass of wine and enjoy the music .....

Sundays playlist for 1st. October, 2017
Hour One
The Stylistics - We Should Be Lovers
Cale Brock - Don't Stop The Vibe
Timothy Wilson - Gotta Fall In Love Again
Joy Dennis - Slow Jam
Four Tops - Bit's & Pieces
Irene Renee - Court Of Love
Irene Renee - Runnin'
The Choice Four - This Time It's Real
By Chance - It Can Get Better Than A Kiss
Teena Marie - Dear Lover
Kea Michaels - I Love You
Stan Mosley - Tell Him
The Impressions - Just Another Dance

Hour Two
William Stuckley - The First Time
Garry Glenn - Do You Have To Go
Irene Renee - Unpredictable
Lomax - Kiss It Goodbye
Toni Braxton & Babyface - Sweat
The Manhattans - Feels So Good To Be Loved So Bad
Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose - To Late To Turn Back Now
Todd B - I Wanna Take You Home
Charles Sherrell - Why Can't I Be Treated Like A Man
Randy Brown - Your So Good
Walter Williams - Lets Spend The Night Together
Shirley Brown - If This Is Goodbye

Irene Renee's biography:
Recently, working with phenomenal musicians, producers, and developing a love for writing, Ms. Irene Renee decided to embark upon a journey to independently produce and release her debut album, aptly entitled, Serendipitous Experience. Her dynamic melding of sultry and earthy mixed with a bit of sweet and sexy is incredibly appealing; the album’s lyrical content coupled with its melodic assortment evoke genuine reactions in her listeners: they love it; they get it! Her music promotes reflection, inspiration, and movement. She has been compared to singers like Toni Braxton, Jill Scott, Cassandra Wilson, and Anita Baker and complimented by accomplished artists, including Cissy Houston and Luther Vandross. More at http://msirenerenee.com/

Paul Riser (Motown producer) & Mckinley Jackson (singer) on Brenda Perryman Show last week

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