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UK SOUL CHART.....
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The UK Soul Chart plays the top 30 new soulful tunes of the week & interviews with the artists.
Presented by Kevin J The chart reflects the radio airplay in the UK and selected top soul tastemakers playlists. Read more
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Featured: 0We've been following smooth soul singer Kenya for a few years now. We first introduced SoulTrackers to her when she released her very nice remake of Michael Jackson's "I Can't Help It," and then took it up a notch with her excellent collaboration with Kloud 9 on ?Be Here.?Facebook Comments: 1more ...
Featured: 0There are few artists who have been blessed with the kind of musical longevity as Bishop Rance Allen and The Rance Allen Group. The hits started coming in the 1970s as part of the legendary Stax Records label, with such soulful gems as "Ain't No Need of Crying" and "I Belong To You." But a second act as one of the great Gospel trios on the Tyscot label has continued to this day, and has tranformed Rance, Steve and Thomas Allen into true legends. Facebook Comments: 1more ...
Featured: 0Finally! Feels like we've been waiting forever for a new album from SoulTracks Readers' Choice Award winner and the pride of Ohio, Conya Doss. Well, the beautiful and talented Ms. Doss is ready to grant our wishes as she is readying her new album, Seven, for release in early 2015. And what better way to get us ready for the new disc than by issuing the cool midtempo single, "You Got Me." The song has a nice vibe and Conya sounds great on it. Check out the single below and tell us what you think about our girl Conya!Facebook Comments: 1more ...
Artist: Adesha AdefelaFeatured: 0List Ranking: 0Review: Adesha Adefela makes songs about the reality of relationships on her new CD, Giving Love a Try. That quality stands as a virtue that places Giving Love a Try at a higher level than projects limit the discussion of relationships to the romantic side of things. The duet ?Make It? is a tune that serves as the best example of Adesha?s broader view of the life issues that people confront as they try to navigate their relationships. ?Make It? is a neo-soul/funk cut that tells the story of a man and woman struggling to overcome the challenges faced by the 99% - namely how to pay the bills and still have a life. Plenty of men have been in the position of being frustrated that the money seems to be gone on the day that the check posts in the bank, and sometimes that frustration spills over. Plenty of woman find themselves in the position that Adesha so eloquently vocalizes in ?Make It? of administering doses of perspective and tough love leavened with support and hope. The track stands as a standout on a project filled with quality tunes. Adesha also covers love relationship ground that is familiar to all music fans, but she brings her own unique flair to these cuts. ?Quit Playing? is a mid-tempo number that sports a percussive march instrumental arrangement that meshes well with the song?s narrative of a woman whose patience has been worn thin by her lover?s game playing. ?Love You Hate You? speaks to the conflicting emotions people face as they get deeper into a relationship. The genius of this track is the upbeat instrumental arrangement that belies the confusion and frustration found in Adesha?s voice and the lyrics. That frustration reaches the boiling point on the next track, ?Pick Up,? a hard rocking number that finds the singer growing more frustrated with her lover?s refusal to answer her calls after the two have an argument. The ballad ?Love Lifted? sports lyrics that work equally well for as a statement of the elevating power of divine love, the motivating power of an inspirational mentor or the transformational power of that one true one ? a soul mate. Adehsa is an artist who confirms what is so fascinating and maddening about this indie soul movement. She seems to come from nowhere. I did a google search and learned that she?s from the Bay Area, but I don?t know her back story. Maybe her biography reads like so many other talented R&B singers ? started in the church, sang in neighborhood groups and maybe she did musical theater. The point is that I don?t know. What I do know is Giving Love a Try reveals Adesha as a mature and fully formed artist, and music fans will be rewarded if they give this album a try. Strongly Recommended. By Howard DukesAlbum Image: Click on CD cover to listen or purchaseAlbum Buy Link: https://www.amazon.com/Giving-Love-Try-Adesha/dp/B00ND88QGG/ref=as_sl_pc_tf_til?tag=soultracks-20&linkCode=w00&linkId=VGLTVYODUXPSTC36&creativeASIN=B00ND88QGGFacebook Comments: 1more ...
Featured: 0Released this fall, Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox?s Historical Misappropriation is the kind of eclectic mix of Tin Pan Alley era jazz productions of modern-day classics that might have made their way onto the soundtrack for Baz Luhrmann?s 2013 take on The Great Gatsby.Facebook Comments: 1more ...