Al Lindsey

RIP - Lowrell (Simon)
Thank you for stopping by the Science of Soul, we are back to normal this week with lots of great new music and some old skool classics. Featured Album comes from my good friend Al Lindsey and his new album called "Versatility," it's an album I have been looking forward to, and it does not disappoint. Al's polished vocals and quality songs and productions make this an essential addition to your collection, highly recommended. (photo below of Al Lindsey & Paulette Jackson)  There is also new music from Change, (the group that one time featured Luther Vandross), great to see them back and sounding good.
Other new music comes from Mike Rob who is a new name to me, but I'm loving his sound. Had the sad news this week that Lowrell Simon of The Lost Generation had passed-on, so I dedicate this show to his memory that includes is his solo classic "Mellow' Mellow Right On" plus from his days as lead singer with The Lost Generation, "Someday".

Thank you for your patience over the last few weeks due to me being on a Stateside trip, time to sit back and enjoy The Science of Soul ....

Playlist for Sunday 24-06-2018
Hour One
Lowrell - Mellow Mellow Right On
Chuckii Booker - Games
Stevie Woods - Fly Away
James Morgan - It Takes More To Keep Her
Tower of Power - Can't Stop Thinking About You
Al Lindsey - Cotton Candy
Al Lindsey - A Midsummer Dream
Uvee Hayes - Practice What You Preach
Joy Stanford - Just Wanna Be Your Joy
The Dramatics - Treat Me Right
The Unifics - Sentimental Man

Hour Two
Al Lindsey - Versatility
August Heat - At Peace
Prince Philip Mitchell - Top Of The Line
Silk - I Know I Didn't Do You Wrong
Blu Mitchell - Another Sad Love Song
Katrenia Jefferson - To All The Good Men
Chuck Cissel - Do You Believe
Mike Rob - I Don't Wanna Talk No More
Change - Hit Or Miss
Keystone - Didn't You See Me Cry
The Lost Generation - Heart & Soul

Al Lindsey album
It's time to reach out and recapture that's what's been lost! Time to bring back those values of unity and love. Seems like mankind is on the brink of self destruction....The solution is so simple....We must appreciate the beauty of diversity, like a rainbow...Versatility to appreciate the idea of diversity. Taken from the featured track on this masterpiece, Versatility. This album has a message as powerful as Marvin Gaye's "Whats Going On". This album is a must for your collection. This cd has it all. Beautiful ballads delivered as only Al Lindsey can. It has hot dance tracks. If you're just in the mood to chill! (cdbaby)



Welcome to this weeks Science of Soul old Skool special, due to time restraints after my recent trip I have made it strictly classics this week, normal service will be resumed next week.
Thanks for your support and patience. Bill (tracklisting from BCR site, so may have errors)

Hour one
Family Reunion The O'jays
Dennis Edwards - Just Like You
Ali-Ollie Woodson - Drama In The Bedroom
L.j. Reynolds - Come Get To This
The Main Ingredient - You've Been My Inspiration
The Ohio Players - Sweet Sticky Thing
Will Downing - Something Special
The Whispers - Seems Like I Gotta Do Wrong
Eddie Kendricks - Can I
Ron Tyson - Got My Swagger Back
Ivy Jo Hunter - Yea,yea,yea
Yea,yea,yea - Ivy Jo Hunter
Hour Two
Four Tops - Main St People
The Undisputed Truth - Smiling Faces Sometimes
Skip Mahoney  & The Casuals - I Love You.mp3
Avant - You And I
Ms Monique - Interlude (Wsol) Intro Love Therapy Pt1
L V Johnson - It's Not My Time
Angie Stone - No More Rain (In This Cloud)
David Ruffin - Just Let Me Hold You For A Night
Little Anthony & The Imperials - I Don't Have Time To Worry
The O'jays - How Time Flies

Martha Reeves

BJ (Undisputed Truth)
Marshall Thompson (Chi-Lites)

Paul Riser/Ivy Joe Hunter