Welcome To Soul

Track listing for Sunday 11th November 2012
01 - Sorry - Phil Perry 
02 - Laugh out loud (lol) - The Stylistics 
03 - Push & pull  - Angie Stone 
04 - Sweet sticky thing - Ohio Players 
05 - Makin' love - Barrington Scott-Henderson 
06 - You cant see me - Aretha franklin 
07 - Something - Kenny Lattimore 
08 - Ain't that a bitch - Johnny 'Guitar' Watson 
09 - The storm is over - Isaac Hayes 
10 - Let me be the one - Bill Withers 
11 - Stir it up - Eric Benet 
12 - What if - Eddie Levert 
13 - I Don't wanna be the one - Eddie Levert 
14 - Is it realy love - Luther Vandross 
15 - Thats the way I feel about you - Bobby Womack 
16 - These foolish things - James Brown 
17 - You don't love me - Curtis Mayfield 
18 - Another day - Ray, Goodman & Brown 
19 - Wake up - Johnathan Winstead 
20 - Love won't let me wait - Major Harris* TRIBUTE

* Sadly Major Harris died this week (9th November)aged 65  Richmond, Virginia, U.S.

Harris was born in Richmond, Virginia. Early in his career, Harris sang with groups such as The Charmers, The Teenagers, The Jarmels, and Nat Turner's Rebellion, which also featured his songwriting brother, Joseph B. Jefferson, and recorded a few solo 7" records on the Laurie and Okeh labels. In the early 1970s, he took over from Randy Cain as a member of The Delfonics; he quit the group to go solo in 1974. Signing with Atlantic Records, Harris scored a string of R&B hits in the United States, including the Top Ten single "Love Won't Let Me Wait", which peaked at #5 in the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and #37 in the UK Top 50. Written by Bobby Eli and Vinnie Barrett, "Love Won't Let Me Wait" was awarded a gold disc by the R.I.A.A. on 25 June 1975.
When his success as a soloist subsided, Harris returned to the Delfonics, and continued to tour with one of two touring ensembles that used the name in the 1990s and 2000s. Major was a cousin to the late Philadelphia record producer and arranger, Norman Harris.
Harris died in a Richmond, Virginia hospital from congestive heart and lung failure at the age of 65. (Wiki)

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