Groovy, Sexy And Soulful Part 6

There's a funky edit of a Suzi Quatro song in this new episode of Groovy, sexy & soulful. And Suzi Quatro was in fact the first woman I was in love with... ;-) She looked like one of the boys, with her tough leather suit and big bass guitar, but I found her incredibly sexy. She was originally from Motown city Detroit, but she was most popular in Great Britain, Europe and Australia in the 1970s. Well-known songs are 'Can The Can', '48 Crash' and 'Devil Gate Drive', all written and produced by famous glam hit makers Nicky Chinn and Mike Chapman. The latter also worked on her latest album 'In the spotlight' that came out recently. It includes the single 'Whatever love is'. Suzi Quatro influenced girl bands like The Runaways and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts.

There are two songs in this mix from the great new Maysa album, 'Motions of love'. She has a single out, called 'Flower girl', which is a duet with Dwele. Enjoy part 6 of Groovy, sexy & soulful! The girl on the picture is beautiful soul singer Maya Azucena.


Maysa – Special Place (2011)
Maya Azucena – Near (2011)
Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes – You Know How To Make Me Feel So Good (1975)
Don Blackman – Holding You, Loving You (1982)
Suzi Quatro – Can't Trust Love [Space Duke Edit] (1975/2011)
Cliff Richard, Russell Thompkins & The New Stylistics – How We Get Down (2011)
Walter Jackson – Touching In The Dark (1982)
Instant Funk – I Got My Mind Made Up (1978)
Patti LaBelle – When Am I Gonna Find True Love (1983)
Marc Broussard – Let It All Out (2011)
Smoove And Turrell – Don't Let It Go To Your Head (2011)
Soulpersona – Alright [Loose Ends Remix] (2011)
Loose Ends – Hanging On A String (1985)
Maysa– When It's Over [Reprise] (2011)

Groovy, Sexy & Soulful Part 6 by Professor Eddy on Mixcloud


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