May 27, 2012

CARL HALL – “What about you” (1973)

One of the finest examples of Real Soul Music. Released only on 7” single on Columbia Records in 1973. Enjoy !!!

Download file below (320 kbps)Total time 3:00

May 20, 2012

HODGES, JAMES & SMITH – “Sexy ways” (1975)

Back to the mid-70s with an appropriate sexy little treat simply called “Sexy ways”. Performed by the soulful female trio named HODGES, JAMES & SMITH which was the brainchild of Motown producer William “Mickey” Stevenson. Taken from their 1975 LP “Power in your love” released on 20th Century Records.

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May 14, 2012

PETE BELASCO – “I’ll come to you” (2004)

Here’s an underrated Blue-eyed Soul/Jazz artist recreating the old-school soulful feeling. This particular track is influenced by the magic of the late great Marvin Gaye. Taken from his 2004 CD album “Deeper” released on Compendia Records. Many thanks once again to my friend SoulLakis from Volos who introduced me to this mellow nugget.

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May 08, 2012

NAOKO KAWAI & DAVID FOSTER – “Live inside your love” (1984)

Here’s an obscure mellow Soul-Pop duet by Japanese songstress Naoko Kawai with legendary songwriter/producer David Foster. Taken from Naoko’s 1984 LP “Daydream coast” released on Columbia Records in Japan.

Download file below (320 kbps)Total time 3:44

May 01, 2012

HEATWAVE – “Turn around” (1980)

I was in high school when this wicked groove came out. An unforgettable era where Music was something very special in everybody’s life. Mellow Funk of the highest quality taken from their 1980 LP “Candles” released on Epic Records.

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