Chairmen Of The Board

Uvee Hayes
The new music on the Science of Soul this week comes from Southern soul man Vick Allen, and San Bernardino based James Grove who asks the question "What Happened To Soul Music," plus I dip into Justin Terrells' excellent "Love Session's" album that was released earlier in the year. The lovely Ms Gina Carey is back with a new single "Kissed By The Sun."

Jamus Grove
My Featured Album comes from Chairmen of the Board ft Ken Knox and as I am sure you'll be aware I've featured the title track "Words Left Unsaid" before, but now the album is officially available, I now will share 3 more tracks with you. Detroit soulman Bobby Helmz has finished-up his latest album "Changes" and it's due for release in the very near future, so I thought I tease you with the title track 'cus I'm sure you will enjoy. For the old school folks you get Chain Reaction, Bloodstone and name you might just have forgotten Carl Graves, plus also have a couple of track from one of my favourite ladies of soul Ms Uvee Hayes. OK sit back enjoy and please tell a friend about the Science of Soul.

Playlist for Sunday 29th. October, 2017
Hour One
Carl Graves
Bloodstone - My Kinda Woman
Gina Carey - Kissed By The Sun
Bobby Helmz - Changes
The Right Choice - Torn Between Two Lovers
Vick Allen - Do Thangs
Vick Allen - Crazy Over You
Chairmen of the Board/Ken Knox - Get Your Lovin'
Chairmen of the Board/Ken Knox - Each Morning I Wake Up
Richard Bailey ft Gary B Poole - All My Desires
Jamus Grove - What Happened To Soul Music
Justin Terrell - I Can Make You Smile
Beverly & Duane - We Gotta Stick Together

Hour Two
Billy Soul
Carl Graves - Baby Hang Up The Phone
The Chaparrals - Just Be You
Special Delivery - Oh Let Me Know It
Eddie Kendrick - Never Gonna Leave You
Chairmen of the Board/Ken Knox - No One Else
Uvee Hayes & Otis Clay - Play Something Pretty
Uvee Hayes - Your Love Gotta Hold On Me
Billy Soul Bonds - Stand By Me Girl
The Stylistics - Betcha By Golly Wow
The Chi-Lites - I Just Wanna Hold You Close
Chain Reaction - Never Lose Never Win
Coldfire - Time To Leave


Clinton Coleman

On this weeks Science of Soul I have a little gospel flavor as my Featured Album that comes from Clinton Coleman & The Clint Coleman Singers, it's a mixture of original songs and covers titled "Better Get Jesusfied," and some great news because it has just picked-up a global distribution deal. Las Vegas based Reverent Clinton Coleman has a wealth of history in the music business from his days as a major club owner in Philly were worked with and promoted some of the major acts on the vibrant music scene. Incidentally his first cousin happens to be the legendary singer/songwriter Prince Phillip Mitchell .. the roots run deep.

Other new music this week from Beech music legends Chairmen of The Board ft Ken Knox and Southern soul men Jeff Floyd and Vic Allen, two highly rated artists on the Scene and I'll be album tracking from Stan Mosley's eagerly awaited new set "Soul Resurrection" that's due out very soon. Also heading for imminent release is Atlanta based jazzman/poet Paul Freeman, and last but by no means least the current release from the lovely Miss Dee Robinson. For the old skoolers in the house listen out for Osborne & Giles and a new release from Soul Junction, these guys are doing a great job with a double sider first release of two versions of the same song " Win All Your Love" by The Cooperettes a great girl group sound and representing the fella's we have the Toppiks, a group fronted by Blue Magic Legend Teddy Mills. Ok it's on with the music, sit back and enjoy!

Playlist for Sunday 22nd October 2017
Hour One
DW3 - Let The Music Make Life
The Cooperettes - Win All Your Love
Major Harris - Loving You Is Mellow
The Delfonics - I Told You So
Billy "Soul" Bond - One Stop Shop
Jeff Floyd - Workaholic
Clinton Coleman Singers - By Your Grace
Clinton Coleman Singers - I'm Getting On With My Life
Luther Vandross - You Stopped Loving Me
Vee Allen - Cheating Is A No No
Chairmen Of The Board - Words Left Unsaid
Stan Mosley - My Problem

Hour Two
Osborne & Giles - I'll Make You An Offer
Denise Lasalle - It Was A House Till U Made It Home
Dee Robinson - Us
Dee Robinson - Feels Good
The Dramatics - Lets Make Love Forever
Z Z Hill - Love Is Good When your Stealing It
New York City - Do You Remember Yesterday
Paul Freeman - To Find Love
Clinton Coleman - Write Up To Heaven
Tad Robinson - Call Me
Sanlin & Perry - Since You Came Into My Life
Teddy Pendergrass - Now Tell Me That You Love Me


Bunny Sigler

Welcome to the Science of Soul, this week I will be paying tribute to Philly legend Bunny Sigler, he sadly made his transition on October 6th, after suffering a major heart attack. Bunny was a major player on the Philly scene having co-written many classics with a host of Philly's royalty. I have decided to feature his smooth vocal skills for this tribute and please check out the video at the bottom of this weeks page.

I have current music this week from Ju Evans, Robert H Fowler, The Intrigues, Will Downing, plus a great collection of Old Skool classics that always prove to be popular. By the time you read this I will have been to the Tower of Power gig, so I have to slide a couple of TOP classics in the mix. Ok sit back and enjoy The Science of soul I'ts a pleasure to have your company.

Play list for Sunday, 15th October, 2017
Hour One
Liz Houge - Dream Lover
G Q Band - So Smooth
Eric Nolan Grant - OMW
Robert H Fowler - First Thing Sunday Morning
Ju Evans - Ain't No Fool
Tower of Power - You Cant Fall Up
Tower of Power - Souled Out
Tyrone Davis - Was I Just a Fool
Black Diamond - Rescue You
The Impressions - I Love And I Lost
Jackie Wilson - Just As Soon As The Feeling's Over
Albert Jones - Fifteen Cent Love
Bobby Womack - Stop On By 

Hour Two
Ju Evans
Sir John Roberts ft. Sandra Feva - Do You Believe
Tavares - Abra Ca Dabra Love You Too
The First Love - Dry Your Eyes
Will Downing - Our Time
Riko - Freaky Fun
Gary Glenn - Heaven Kinda Love 
The Intrigues - You're So Dear To Me
Bunny Sigler - Can I
Bunny Sigler - How Bad Do You Want My Love
Bunny Sigler - She's My Lady
Bunny Sigler - Song For Sig


Will Downing & Calvin Richardson

Calvin Richardson
Welcome to this edition of The Science of Soul. On this weeks show I have two featured albums because I just could not decide between Calvin Richardson's new set "All or Nothing" and Will Downing's latest "Soul Survivor" so I decided to feature both. They are two very different artists but both are the real deal when it comes to making quality music, both albums are highly recommended.

There is new music from Kea Michaels you will remember we also featured the new single from this lady last week. Look out for a couple of tracks by Ronn Jaimz his excellent album "Back to Basics" came out back in 2015 but as only just come to my attention thanks to Mickey Nold, don't know how I missed this first time around, but better late than never. There's a whole loud of classics for you to enjoy, in particular listen out for Freddie Waters, Gaslight and J Kelly & The Premiers. I am counting down to the UK leg of Tower of Powers' European tour, and will be seeing the guys next week .. just can't wait. OK it's music time hit the play button and enjoy.

Playlist for Sunday October 8th 2017
Hour One
Randy Brown - Love Is All We Need
Ronn Jaimz - Sophisticated Lady
Charen Cotton - A Little Bit Of Love
Kea Michaels - Not My Friend
Rocky Mizell - Never Never Girl
Calvin Richardson - Make Me Say Nah Nah
Calvin Richardson - Can't Let Go
Willie Hutch - Sunshine Lady
Freddie Jackson - Have You Ever Loved Somebody
Bettye Swann - You Gave Me Love
Freddie Waters - Love Is A Strange Thing
Willie Bradley ft Gerald Alston - In The Mean Time

Hour Two
Zoom - Love Seasons
Gaslight - It's Just Like Magic
Jesse Powell - Ebony
J Kelly & The Premiers - She Calls Me Baby
Will Downing - When We Make Love
Will Downing - Since You've Been Gone
Roszunn - City Nights
Chairmen of the Board - Words Left Unsaid
Ronn Jaimz - Turn Around
Archie Bell & The Drells - I Just Wanna Fall In Love
Joe Leavy - Standing In Shadows
Johnnie Taylor - To Many Memories


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