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  1. #201
    Steady on Adrian, you don't want to sicken yourself of it.

    It's funny how a non-album "Lost & Found" by Marvin Gaye, turns out to be one of his most satisfying albums, to these ears at least.

  2. #202
    Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings - Tell Me

  3. #203
    Buddy Miles - What Does It Take (To Win Your Love)

  4. #204
    Now I'm playing:

    David Ruffin - Anything That You Ask For and Don't Stop Loving Me
    Baby Washington - That's How Heartaches Are Made
    Dee Dee Warwick - We're Doing Fine
    Barbara Acklin - Just Ain't No Love
    Brian Culbertson (Feat. Kenny Lattimore) - Another Love
    O.V. Wright - Love & Happiness (Live In Japan)
    Syl Johnson - Take Me To The River

  5. #205
    Let Somebody Love Me - David Ruffin

  6. #206

    That's a great album....in fact, all of them are!

    I'm playing MJ's extended remix of Honey Cone's "While You're Out Looking For Sugar"

  7. #207
    Totally agree with you.

  8. #208
    Just Look Through Your Window At The World - Marv Johnson

  9. #209
    Stylistics - Point Of No Return http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltQm-88v98E
    Wilson Pickett - Hey Joe (Hendrix cover with nasty horns) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gR11RZ4iNbk
    Leon Ware - Lost In Love With You http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDuybWIxumM

  10. #210
    Little Girl - Corey Glover

  11. #211
    The Last Thing On My Mind - José Feliciano

  12. #212
    Love the Corey Glover song Mr. Soul. Nice pick!


  13. #213
    Texassoul both my wife & I think it's a gem.

    How Long Is a Heartache Supposed to Last? - Jimmy Lewis

  14. #214
    Mr Soul. I love Jimmy Lewis, another fav is "Where Is My Baby"

    Just now cleaning house to-- Disc 20 of TCMS Vol 4 (1964). It's impossible for me to pick a favorite disc from this amazing set, but this one is close to perfect, IMHO. Stand outs include:

    Mary Wells- Whisper You Love Me Boy
    Mickey McCullers - Who You Gonna Run To
    The Majestics - Hello Love (LOVE this prev unreleased,
    The Spinners -How Can I
    ...etc, etc...all the hits from the Supremes, Marvelettes,
    Four Tops, etc...Marvin & Kim

  15. #215
    I Gotta Feeling - Black Eyed Peas

  16. #216
    Sunshineonacloudyday...yes a very good singer & writer.

    Baby You Move Me - O'Jays

  17. #217
    Of My Own - Delta Maid

  18. #218
    Raphael Saadiq - Love That Girl
    Ray Charles (with John Legend) - Touch
    Aaron Neville - My Brother, My Brother
    Ace Spectrum - Don't Send Nobody Else
    Al Green - Your Heart's In Good Hands
    O'Jays - Let Life Flow
    Bettye Lavette - The Forecast

    Starpoint Radio - www.starpointradio.com - the best internet soul station in the world

  19. #219
    Heartaches [Hurry On By] - Roy Hamilton

  20. #220
    Give My Love a Try - Linda Jones

  21. #221
    Sunshine & Love - Kool & The Gang

  22. #222
    Sweet Games of Love - Ronnie Shannon

  23. #223
    George Soule - Get Involved http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2vir-1PxqE
    Ike & Tina Turner - The Hunter
    Last edited by texassoul; 05-06-2011 at 09:48 PM.

  24. #224

    Floating World.....The Coyote Sisters. Great harmonies and highly underrated group.

  25. #225
    The Four Tops: Lost and Found, the 2 disc set.

  26. #226
    It's Bad You Know - R L Burnside

  27. #227
    smark21 Guest
    I've been playing Adele's new album 21 a lot since I bought it earlier this week. That, and Helplessness Blues, by Fleet Foxes, an indie band whose sound is highly influenced by 60's folk rock groups like Simon and Garfunkel.

  28. #228
    YES! I love that song ("It's Bad You Know") Mr. Soul. Has such a unique sound. Brilliant pick. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzC_rGX-XyM

  29. #229
    pshark Guest

    Just recieved this, it's a great cd. The only complaint its only 38:59 long

  30. The arabians - tell me - mary jane

  31. #231
    The Marvelettes I cant turn around..smooth, soulful, sassy.....Paulo xxxx

  32. #232
    Fantastic Four Hideaway, David Ruffin Discover Me, the Marvelettes Dont Make Hurting Me A Habit, Willie Hutch love Power, Don Downing Lonely Days, Lonely Nights, Little lisa Choo Choo Train, Yvonne Fair Its Bad For Me To See You, Thelma Houston Triflin, Brick Aint Gonna Hurt Nobody, Tammi Terrell Cant Stop now, Love Is Calling, Chris Clark From Head To Toe, Nina Simone Here Comes The Sun, Ramsey Lewis Love Notes, Jean Carn Is That All There Was, Dexter Wanzell Life On Mars,Gladys Knight We Dont Make Each Other Laugh Anymore, Patti Labelle & Gladys Knight I Dont Do Duets, Al Green Love Is A Wonderful Thing...Paulo xxx

  33. #233
    Texassoul, yes a great sound which is getting a lot of plays in the UK at the moment.

    If I Were Your Woman - Gloria Jones

  34. Steve mancha - did my baby call - wheelsville

  35. #235
    Too Late To Turn Back Now - Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose

  36. #236
    Tired of Busting My Brain - Geater Davis

  37. #237
    Off of the John Morales "The M+M Mixes ,vol2" ,CD. Reconstructed versions of Inner Lifes,"Caught Up" ,T.P's ,"The More I Get" and Wars ,"Slipping Into Darkness". Very good.................

  38. #238
    Quote Originally Posted by daddyacey View Post
    Off of the John Morales "The M+M Mixes ,vol2" ,CD. Reconstructed versions of Inner Lifes,"Caught Up" ,T.P's ,"The More I Get" and Wars ,"Slipping Into Darkness". Very good.................
    Teddy P song is incredible!!

  39. #239
    Quote Originally Posted by texassoul View Post
    Teddy P song is incredible!!
    Yes ... John tore it upppp!!!!!

  40. #240
    Rhapsody in Blue - Larry Adler & George Martin

  41. #241
    Sunday In New York - Mel Tormé

  42. #242
    Kdub's Friday Morning Steppers Mix :

    All True Man/Alex O'Neal
    The Way We Were/Willie Hutch
    Hello Stranger/Carrie Lucas
    So In Like With You/Degrees of Motion
    Smiling Faces RMX/Undisputed Truth
    This Love/JoyTones

  43. #243
    Living Just A little, Laughing Just A little - Spinners

  44. #244

    Phillip Mitchell (later Prince Phillip Mitchell) even his demos are great, just like Sam Dees and George Jackson.

    Saw him in 1971, with Al Green, Ann Peebles, Rufus Thomas..he was awesome.........and his dancing athleticism was absolutely matched to Prince....splits etc.

    I recall the completely unknown Bloodstone opened as a favour to get exposure;
    "Bloodstone had a long and storied career as a five-piece Soul outfit. They originally started as a Doo Wop group in High School in Kansas City. They then went on the road, landing in Las Vegas before going to LA. There they learned how to play instruments and became an actual band. That wasn’t the end of their journey however. Still not finding any interest by record companies, in 1971 they moved to London where they finally got a record deal and found success. The band shows off their Soul roots with the opening power ballad Outside Woman that sounds a bit like the Chi-Lites. Then there’s the more upbeat What Did You Do To Me? Part 1. Part 2 of the song is a slow grooving, let’s get down and dirty follow up. There’s also the funky Everybody Needs Love that starts off with a drum break. Bloodstone is much better at sticking to their lush Sweet Soul sound however on tracks like Keep Your Own Thing Together and Unreal."

  45. #245
    Ramone Verona Guest
    "Seed of Love" by The Supremes

  46. #246
    Band of Gold-Freda Payne....MJ's new extended version on youtube. Fab!

  47. #247
    "Smiling Faces RMX/Undisputed Truth"????
    What you talking bout paladin???? Explain please !!!!
    Hello Stranger/Carrie Lucas ,All True Man/Alex O'Neal, excellent choices!!!!

  48. #248
    a nice girl like u - the intruders
    all strung out over you - j.r. bailey
    read your mind(rmx) - avant
    love song - mandrill
    we're not happy - wales wallace
    gonna get over you - france joli
    where do we go from here - the trammps
    we must be in love - the impressions
    twilight world - swing out sister (12" remix)
    ask the lonely - john gary williams(of the madlads) awesome remake!

  49. #249
    "Smiling Faces RMX/Undisputed Truth"????
    What you talking bout paladin???? Explain please !!!!
    DA sounds like a Ricky Ricardo to me, I left you a message.......

    This morning:

    Low Spark High Heeled Boys/Traffic
    Black Cow/Steely Dan
    World is a Ghetto/Jazz version/War
    On Broadway/George Benson

  50. #250
    Ramone Verona Guest
    "Black Mother Goose"--Patrice Holloway


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