Groovy, Sexy & Soulful Part 9

Again, I collected some groovy, sexy and soulful songs! 'Only a fool' from Mighty Sparrow & Byron Lee was on the Dutch charts for a short period in 1969, but it was re-released 8 years later. It peaked at #2 then and it stayed for more than 6 months on the charts! Keith Marshall was once the singer of glam rock band Hello ('New York Groove'), but 'Only crying' was his only successful solo attempt. And don't the first words of William Bell, ring, uh, a bell? Van Morrison copied his line word for word when he sang 'Have I told you lately that I love you'... Check out 'The Hoxxxy Demos', the great new album from Princess Freesia who closes this mix. She's definitely groovy, sexy and soulful, just like Pam Grier, the woman in the picture. Enjoy! Next up is part 3 of 'It's soul covered up'.


David Ruffin – Slow Dance [Domes Edit] (1980)
William Bell – I Forgot To Be Your Lover (1968)
Mighty Sparrow With Byron Lee And The Dragonaires – Only A Fool (1969)
Keith Marshall – Only Crying (1981)
Freda Payne – I Get Carried Away (1974)
Carl 'Sherlock' Holmes – Your Game [The Apple Scruffs Edit] (1974)
Curtis Mayfield – Never Stop Loving Me (1980)
Barry White - Honey Please, Can't Ya See (1973)
Chris Isaak – She's Not You (2011)
Carole King – I Feel The Earth Move [The Apple Scruffs Edit] (1971)
Lee Fields – You're The Kind Of Girl (2012)
Howard Johnson – Keepin' Love New (1982)
Asphalt Jungle – Freakin’ Time Pt.1 (1979)
Rodney Franklin – Endless Flight (1981)
Johnny Bristol – Love No Longer Has A Hold On Me (1980)
The O’Jays – Let Life Flow (1976)
Deborah Bond – 5:35 (2011)
Bobbi Humphrey – Tailor Made (1977)
Kleeer – You Did It Again (1984)
Soulpersona & Princess Freesia – You Did It Again (2011)


pharmacy said…
I love her vintage hair! it looks so cool!

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