Welcome back, I'm feelin' kinda old school this week as you will see from the playlist, even the current releases from Donald Tabron, O B Buchana and Diane Shaw all have that Old Skool flavour which for me is a real plus. I would just like thank everyone who shares the Science of Soul link; my fellow presenters, Melvin Jordan, Mark Merry, and Micheal K Amil, also thanks for great feed back from regular listeners, to me it is always positive and encouraging, I truly do appreciate you all. Enough rambles so I will let the music do the talking now  - sit back and please enjoy.

Sundays playlist for 25-02-2018
Hour One
Micheal Wycoff - Lookin' Up To You
Haze - Love Rhyme
Joe - If You Love Her
Omni - You Make It Happen
O B Buchana - Parking Lot Love Affair
Diane Shaw - Some One Like You
Justin Terrell - I Can Make You Smile
Howard Johnson - Whatever You Want
Enchantment - I Can't Forget You
Enchantment - Gloria
Cecil Parker - Come Over Here ( Bring Love )

Hour Two
Danny Johnson - I Might Aswell Forget
Donald Tabron - Sweet Thang
Frederick Davis - Shoulder To Cry On
Average White Band - Soul Searching
John Gary Williams - In Love With You
The Temprees - Love Maze
The Preparations - You Don't Want Me
The Presidents - 5 10 15 20 25 30 Years Of Love
The Dells - Could It Be
The Natural Four - Heaven Right Here On Earth
The Dramatics - And I Panicked
The Temptations - Special
The O'Jays - How Time Flies



Thanks for visiting this week and for all the positive feedback from last weeks Dennis Edwards Tribute Show - I truly appreciate you. On this weeks show I will be dipping into Karyn White's excellent movie sound track "Gale & The Storm," with tracks from both Karyn and Joe Leavy there's also new music from Atlanta's own, the lovely Ms Katrenia Jefferson. Soul Junction records have a great new 45 reissue by The Nu-Rons plus music from the current projects by Chairmen of the Board ft Ken Knox and Tanya Holt & Robert H Fowler. I send out congratulations  to Bigg Robb on his Southern Soul performer of the year award, richly deserved I might add. Stan Mosley's "Soul Resurrection" is due for imminent release so I have given a little taster from that excellent set and there is a whole bunch of old school classics so sit back and enjoy, please be sure to tell a friend all about The Science of Soul.

Sunday's playlist for 18-02-2018 
Hour One
The Pockets - Happy For Love
Billy Butler - Tomorrow Is Another Day
Katrenia Jefferson - He's Got That Body
Family Circle - If You Really Wanna Make It
The Nu-Ronns - All Of My Life
Karyn White - Where I Belong
Joe Leavy - Inside You
Shae Jones - Hold On
ChairmenO'Board/Ken Knox - Each Morning That I Wake Up
Tevin Campbell - Can We Talk
Johnny Gill - My My My
Keith Washington - Make Time For Love
David Simmons - The World Belongs To Me

Hour Two
Amar Khalil - Quickly
MeThrone - Hold Me
Walter Williams - Lets Spend The Night Together
Tanya Holt & Robert H Fowler - Happy Ever After
Masters of Soul - Should I Just Read The Signs
Stan Mosley - Sentimental Journey
Bigg Robb - I Love You
The Impressions - How High Is High
General Crook - Best Years Of My Life
Willie Hutch - Kelly Green
Ronnie Dyson - I Think I'll Tell Her
The Whispers - Olivia (Lost & Turned Out)


Dennis Edwards (RIP)

Dennis with my Mom
Welcome to this edition of The Science of Soul. The focus of this weeks show is a tribute to the late and most certainly great Mr Dennis Edwards. I had the privilege of knowing him for many years and in all those years he remained untouched by fame and fortune. Always he was just Dennis and the world is a much sadder place without him. I recorded an interview with over twenty years ago, you will find it top right column, it gives you a real insight in to his character he was quite simply a man with a heart of gold. The second hour of the show is dedicated solely to him and the tracks I have selected are all favourites of mine from his long and distinguished career. RIP Dennis you will never be forgotten.

I have some new music this week from Willie Clayton, Jay Nemor who always kinda reminds me of Gil Scott-Heron, and that's no bad thing, also I have the new single from southern soul lady Mizz Connie "Why You Wanna Act Like That." I will be doing some album tracking from Willie Bradley, Cale Brock and Will Downing and there are a few old school classics to round it out. Sit back enjoy the music and thank you for stopping by.

Sunday's playlist for 11-02-2018 

Hour One
The Bar Kays -Flying High On Your Love
Willie Clayton - Sidepiece On The Side
Jay Nemor - The Movement
Chuck Jackson - Where Did You Go
Micheal Jackson - With A Child's Heart
Marc Staggers - I Will Always Love You
Terry Dexter - I Remember
Mizz Connie - Why You Wanna Act Like That
Bunny Sigler - Keep Smilin'
Willie Bradley ft Gerald Alston - In The Meantime
Will Downing - When We Make Love
Cale Brock - Let Me Show You Heaven

Hour Two (Dennis Edwards tribute)
The Temptations - Cloud Nine - Gordy 1969
Dennis Edwards ft. Siedah Garrett - Don't Look Any Further - Gordy 1984
Dennis Edwards - Coolin' Out - Gordy 1985
Dennis Edwards - Just Like You - Gordy 1984
The Temptations - Papa Was A Rolling Stone - Gordy 1972
The Temptations - Soulmate - Gordy 1996
The Temptations - Ball Of Confusion - Gordy 1970
The Temptations - Look What You Started - Motown 1987
Dennis Edwards - Your My Aphrodisiac - Gordy 1984
Dennis Edwards - I Thought I Could Handle It - Gordy 1985
Dennis Edwards - Another Place And Time - Gordy 1984
Dennis Edwards - When The Lights Come Down On Love - Motown 1996



Tatum Jackson

Welcome to the Science of Soul, this weeks Featured Album comes from Tatum Jackson's "Soul of a Man ," it's packed with smooth R&B grooves just the way I like them. Tatum was a new name to me but judging on the results of this album his future is looking very bright, check out his biography at the bottom of this page and on his web site.

Quite a few new tracks this week, I am loving the Keith Sweat & K-Ci collaboration "How Many Ways," great song great production and impeccable vocals all you can ask for. Portland Oregon's favourite soul son Andy Stokes is back with a new release "Best Day Ever,"  Andy is one these guys that consistently churn out quality music and this is no exception. I featured the new album from Diane Shaw few weeks back and I have dipped into it again, there's just so many great tracks, "2nd Chance" was the album title, and I highly recommend it. Rounding out the new releases today is Sir Wick and a track from the excellent Sound Track "A Tale Of Two Fools".

Sad news just in about the loss of Dennis Edwards, tribute in next weeks show, but I have re-posted the Special I made with him in the mid-90's at the top right of this page. It's about 90 minutes long and includes many of his classic recordings.

There is plenty of great music for the old school lovers in today's broadcast, so sit back and enjoy and thank you for your continued support.

Sunday's Playlist 4-2-2018
Hour One
Dionne Warwick - Move Me No Mountain
Lenny Williams - Shame
Andy Stokes - Best Day Ever
Diane Shaw - Shall I Wait For You
Rick Clarke - Love
Keith Sweat & K Ci - How Many Ways
Tatum Jackson - Midnight Queen
Tatum Jackson - Cheating With Your Best Friend
Ike Noble - For Your Love
The Drifters - On The Street Were You Live
Mary Wells - You Make Me Feel So Good Inside
Impact - I Thought You Might Like To Know

Hour Two
Sir Wick , Anthony Saunders & John Douglas - I Love You
Al Lindsey - Call Me
Fourmen - Can I Dance With You
Shae Jones - Symptoms Of A Heartbreak
Co Ed - 1st Time
Al Hudson & The Soul Partners - Lost Inside Of You
Rome - I Like Ya
Tatum Jackson - Me & My Ole Lady
Teddy Pendergrass - Cold Cold World
David Ebo - I'd Rather Be By Myself
9th Creation - Come Back Home

Tatum Jackson biography:-Born in Dallas, Texas, Tatum Jackson also known as Xavier Jackson, found his love for music at the early age of six. He started piano lessons from a family member Cathy Marshall, until he found his true passion for the Hammond Organ. Tatum began studying with Eva Flowers and John Mark Tatum, who encouraged him to become the best at what you do. Tatum is a graduate of the Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, the infamous school that birth performers such as Nora Jones, Erykah Badu, Robert Searight, Roy Hargrove and Keith Anderson.
More here http://www.tatum-jackson.com/bio/