13.1.20

Moses Wright

It's Science of Soul time once again so thank you for stopping by, my first Featured Album of 2020 is a real killer from Moses Wright  called "Legacy of Love"  and it's packed with smooth ballads powerful lyrics and quality arraignments, I think you will enjoy. Also today I have current music from Leon McMullen and Shay Pooh There is lots of new music due in the next few weeks and you will be getting the best of it here on the Science of Soul.I got quite a selection of classic soul from every era this week for you to enjoy, so sit back and let the music take you back in time ... If you experience any problems getting the show live on Sundays I would recommend onlineradiobox.com then search Black Country Radio UK,. and it will take you from anywhere in the world...OK its music time relax and enjoy.

Science of Soul Playlist January 12th 2020
Hour One

Willie Hutch - Soul Strut
Frederick - I Can't Help But Love You
Shay Pooh - To Many Irons In The Fire
Leon Bryant - I Can See Me Loving You
Phil Upchurch & Tennyson Stephons - You Got Style
J Gulli - Wont You Be Mine
Moses Wright - A Piece Of Me
Moses Wright - All Night Thang
Leon McMullen - Can I Take You Out Tonight
Mamas Gun - This Is The Day
Frank McKinney - I'm Going Out Steppin'
Danti Hall - Trippin' Out



Hour Two
Freddie Jackson - I Don't Wanna Lose Your Love
Brotha - When I'm With You
The Softones - I Wont Let You Down
Loleatta Taylor - I Can't Help My Self
New Lost Generation - Inside Of You
George Pettus - My Night For Love
The Temptations - Isn't The Night Fantastic
The Four Tops - Just In Time
Moses Wright - How I Am
Visions Perfect - Love Affair
Sweet Charles - Give The Woman A Chance
JJ Johnson ft Kayla Hill - Slow Jam

Moses Wright Biography: 
Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Animator and Children's Book Illustrator.
Moses calls Rocky Mount, NC his hometown though he now resides in Charlotte, NC. Moses played bass guitar and drums in church as a teen. While serving in the USAF Moses DJ'd on the side and used this hobby to highlight some of his own tracks. After leaving the USAF in 1989, Moses released his first record featuring a rap group he produced named MC Dazz & D-Posse. Building a high local fan base, Moses later released a second project entitled "Moses featuring IBM” (innovative black males) in 1990 a mix of Rap, House and R&B. This project paved the way for Moses to receive a recording contract from an independent record label under the direction of Rudy Hines in Atlanta, GA.

Moses released a mini-LP with the title song "How many ways". He began to open for several major R&B artist and groups in the early nineties. Feeling the strain of the road life, Moses chose to abandon the R&B circuit and returned to his gospel roots. He released his first gospel project in 1995 and started his own label "AlanBrook Music". Moses shared the stage with some of the gospel greats of quartet music in the late nineties. He released 3 more solo CD’s between 1998 and 2001. In the mist of all of this he wrote and produced several projects for artist on his label.

Moses expanded his recording label to include concept video production and cd design and duplication. He wanted to be the “One Stop Shop” for artist in and around his area. His business grew tremendously as he catered to well-known gospel talent such as “Tammy Edwards and the Edward Sisters”, “Bill Pinkney and The Original Drifters” and “The Christian Angels” just to name a few. All of whom are Stellar Award-winning gospel artist.

While still writing and producing gospel music, nothing touched Moses more than the true love song. This led to the production and release of "Legacy of Love". A CD compiled of smooth love tunes written decades ago as well as within the last few months. Moses felt that the need for smooth R&B music cried out from station to station. You know, the real love songs like from the 70’s and 80's. This project was released on Jan-1-2020 and is already capturing the hearts of listeners across the globe

6.1.20

05-01-2020

'Prince' Philip Mitchell
Welcome to a new decade of The Science of Soul, I hope everyone had a great Christmas and New Year. Quite a lot of new music coming over the next few weeks.
    I have slipped in a few current releases this week from Varges Thomas, Ju Evans featuring Rashad, Loren Dean Harper, Ingram St, Mack Miller and J T. I got a special treat for the classic soul lovers, 5 songs written by a real unsung hero Prince Phillip Mitchell, not only is Prince an incredible artist in his own right but also his song writing credits are truly amazing. The plan is that at some point soon he and myself will record an interview and go into depth about his career as an artist and writer, I guarantee you will be in ore of this man's achievements over the years. Just had the great news that Will Downing will be in the UK in March for a series of dates, I am already counting down the days. The radio syndication of the Science of Soul continues to grow with two more additional stations in the USA taking it on;  KPR1 in California, run the show 4 times per week and Groovecityfx.com in North Carolina have also added the show to their schedule, I am most grateful for the support. 

Ok sit back and enjoy the first Science of Soul of 2020 and please remember to tell a friend.

The Science of Soul Playlist January 5th 2020
Hour One 
Wilton Crump
Kieth Barrow - You Know You Want To Be Loved 
J T ft Chocolate Songbird - Let The Music Play
Varges Thomas - Something Special 
Mack Miller - Unforgettable
Jackie Ross - The World Needs More People Like You
Mo' B - UR My World 
Ingram Street - Beautiful Possibility
Loren Dean Harper - You Can Do It 
Ju Evans ft. Rashad - At The Hole In The Wall 
Edmond Daniels - Uh Oh I'm Falling In Love 
Gerald Adams - Only Into You 
Wilton Crump - Give Your Love To Me 
Dottie Pearson - Bring It Over Baby 



Mack Miller
Hour Two
Prince Phillip Mitchell - Make It Good
Lanier & Co - After I Cry Tonight
Carla Thomas - Love Among People
John Edwards - Cold Hearted Woman
Archie Bell & The Drells - I Just Wanna Fall In Love
ELjaye - Where I Stand
Luther Ingram - To The Other Man
Howard Hewett - Once Twice Three Times
The Notations - Baby I Like Your Style
BFD - Love Should Be So Simple
The Choice Four - If I Don't Love You
Teddy Pendergrass - It Should've Been You