Sunday Morning Soul Café

Here’s some soul and pop music to start the day with. One of the best voices in popular music is the one of Scott Walker. I love his voice, whatever he sings… He was the front singer of the Walker Brothers for quite some time. After their Scott went solo and sang a lot of Jacques Brel songs. He discovered the French 'chansonnier' in the record collection of a German Playboy bunny he’d met at the opening of a Playboy club in London. Hopefully this mix gives you the feeling of drinking coffee with the one you love in a café near the Seine. James Gang was sampled by Fatboy Slim (‘Right here, right now’) and Robbie Williams (‘Bodies’). Enjoy!


The Dells – I Miss You (1973)
Candi Staton – Another Man's Woman, Another Woman's Man (1970)
Giovanca feat Leon Ware – Where Love Lives (2010)
Liz Hogue – Dream Lover (1989)
Al DiMeola – The Embrace (1991)
James Gang – Ashes, The Rain And I (1970)
Chico Hamilton – The Morning Side Of Love (1975)
Ryan Shaw – People Get Ready (2010)
Liquid Spirits – Couleur Café (2009)
Scott Walker – The Me I Never Knew (1973)
John Barry – A Doll’s House (1973)
Marvin Gaye – Falling In Love Again (1978)
Sweet Blindness – Give It To You Right Now (1976)
Hidden Strength – Hustle On Up (Do The Bump) (1975)
Larry Graham & Graham Central Station – Turn It Out (1978)
Family Underground – For The Love Of Disco (1979)
Bobby Nunn – Private Party (1983)
Diana Ross – Touch Me In The Morning (1973)
Maddog – My Morning Sun (1975)

Sunday Morning Soul Café by Professor Eddy on Mixcloud


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