January 27, 2009

INES PERE - "J'adore" (1988 - Mix 'A la Parisienne')

Picture yourself at a Mykonos dancing club surrounded by beautiful people. This contagious French sexy groove defies categorization. I have the pleasure of providing you a very special version that came out only as a 12” single in 1988 released on independent French label “On the beat”.

Download file below (320 kbps)Total time 6:19

January 22, 2009

TOM BROWNE - "A message (Pride & pity)" - 1981

Here’s one of the finest “Real Soul” compositions written by Jazz/Funk trumpeter Tom Browne. On lead vocals, Frank Floyd & Margie Barnes deliver an exceptional duet performance combining power and grace. Taken from his 1981 LP “Yours truly” released on GRP/Arista Records.

Download file below (320 kbps)Total time 4:53

January 17, 2009

ELIZABETH HOGUE - "Dream lover" (1989)

Fantastic Soul stepper from one of the finest session female singers from Philly. Note that Liz is also Norman Harris’ niece. This great track is produced by Chris Jasper (from Isley Brothers) and is taken from her only 1989 LP “Vicious and fresh” released on Gold City Records.

Download file below (320 kbps)Total time 5:59

January 12, 2009

CHI-LITES feat. Eugene Record - "Heavenly body" (1980)

Pure Soul at its best. It’s the title track from their 1980 LP released on 20th Century Records.

Download file below (320 kbps)Total time 4:22

January 06, 2009

DEBORAH HENSON-CONANT - "And then he kissed me..." (1991)

Here’s a very unique recording. Deborah plays the harp while she’s having a sexy improvised dialogue with Mino Cinelu creating an irresistible Jazzy mood. Taken from her 1991 CD album “Talking hands” released on GRP Records.

Download file below (320 kbps)Total time 4:44

January 01, 2009

GARRY GLENN & SHEILA HUTCHINSON - "Feels good to feel good" (1987)

Garry Glenn was one of the most talented songwriters of the Modern Soul scene. This great duet with Sheila (of the group EMOTIONS) is taken from his second solo LP released on Motown Records in 1987. For more information about Garry’s work, visit the following link: http://www.soulwalking.co.uk/Garry%20Glenn.html

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